Stainless steel submersible pumps can be divided into the following categories according to different classification methods:
Classification according to the purpose: can be divided into sewage submersible pumps, well submersible pumps, deep well submersible pumps, etc.;
Classification according to impeller structure: can be divided into centrifugal submersible pump, shear submersible pump, self-priming submersible pump, etc.;
According to the structure of the motor, it can be divided into oil-immersed submersible pumps, dry submersible pumps, etc.;
According to the pump body material classification: can be divided into plastic submersible pumps, stainless steel submersible pumps, cast iron submersible pumps, etc.;
Classified according to the working method: it can be divided into manual submersible pump, automatic submersible pump and so on.
Among them, the stainless steel submersible pump
is a submersible pump made of stainless steel, which is suitable for transporting clean water and chemical liquids.
How many years is the design life of stainless steel submersible pump?
The design life of a stainless steel submersible pump depends on many factors, such as the use environment, use conditions, water quality, etc. Under normal circumstances, the design life of a stainless steel submersible pump under normal use conditions can reach about 10-15 years, but if there are factors such as harsh environment, frequent use or improper use conditions during use, its life may be shortened.
In order to prolong the service life of the stainless steel submersible pump, it is necessary to carry out regular maintenance, regular cleaning, inspection and replacement of wearing parts, etc., to ensure its normal operation and improve its service life. In addition, proper use and maintenance can also reduce the possibility of submersible pump failure and damage, further extending its service life.
What are the common faults of stainless steel submersible pumps?
The water pump is difficult to start or cannot be started: it may be caused by power supply problems, motor failure, water pump overload, etc.
Reduced water output of the water pump or no water output: it may be caused by blockage of the pump inlet, damage to the impeller, aging of the shaft seal, blockage of the pipeline, etc.
Increased noise of the water pump: it may be caused by damage to the impeller, damage to the bearing, aging of the shaft seal, etc.
Water pump leakage: It may be caused by shaft seal aging, seal damage, pump body cracking and other reasons.
Excessive heating of the water pump motor: it may be caused by excessive motor load, short circuit of winding, unstable power supply voltage and other reasons.
Frequent shutdown or automatic protection of the water pump: it may be caused by overload, overheating, unstable power supply and other reasons.
In order to avoid these failures, stainless steel submersible pumps
should be maintained regularly, such as regular cleaning, inspection and replacement of wearing parts, etc., to ensure their normal operation and extend their service life. If the above faults occur, they should be repaired in time to avoid affecting the normal use of the pump.