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How To Deal With Pump Common Fault?
- Dec 31, 2017 -

Pumps common faults are divided into mechanical failure and hydraulic fault two categories. The major faults that occur during use and their possible causes are as follows:

(1) the pump does not water. The main causes of this failure are: the pump is not filled with liquid; the suction height is too large; the suction pipe has air or air leaks; the liquid being transported is too hot; the suction valve is blocked; the steering is wrong.

(2) pump vibration. The main reasons leading to this failure are: the center of the pump and the prime mover is not within the standard range; the pump body angle screw loosening, or the foundation is not solid; bearing cap is not enough, so that the bearing in the body beating; rotor quality Imbalance; rotor natural frequency and excitation frequency proportional relationship; small flow and flow instability, or the middle of the recycling door damage.

(3) lack of traffic. The main reasons leading to this failure are: suction valve or impeller is clogged; inhalation height is too large; into the pipe elbow too much resistance; pump or suction pipe leaks; packing leaks; seal wear too much Impeller corrosion, wear.

(4) The output pressure is insufficient: The main reason leading to this kind of breakdown is: There is gas in the medium; The impeller is corroded or severely damaged.

(5) power consumption is too large: The main reasons leading to such failures are: packing gland is too tight, stuffing box fever; coupling aprons too tight; rotating part of the axis of the curtain is too large; centerline offset; parts stuck .

(6) bearing overheating. The main causes of this failure are: centerline offset; lack of oil or oil is not clean; oil ring rotation is not flexible; bearing damage.

(7) seal leakage is too large. The main reasons leading to this failure are: filler or seal material selection wrong; shaft or sleeve wear; axis bending; centerline offset; rotor imbalance, vibration is too large; dynamic and static ring corrosion deformation; sealing surface is zoned Injury; lack of spring failure or pressure; lack of cooling water or blockage.