As a fire-fighting latest equipment, XBC Diesel Engine Driven Fire Fighting Water Centrifugal Pump group series are developed successfully, strictly complying with national standard GB6245-2006, The Performance Requirement and Testing Method of Fire Fighting Pumps and with NFPA20, Installation of Centrifugal Fire-fighting Pumps.
Classified by coupled pump head types (single stage single suction type, single stage double suction type, multi-section multistage type), this equipment can fall into three sub-categories: XBC-IS, XBC-S and XBC-D. The equipment is widely used in many occasions.
This equipment can use high quality diesel engines from domestic market or foreign countries, so it is the fire protection equipment with advantages as follows, stable start, high capacity, compact structure, easy maintenance, high automation and advanced and dependable performance. This pump can also be used in salt sea area and for salt water liquid.
Altitude: ≤1000m Ambient temperature: +5°c~+40°c Relative Air humidity: ≤90%
♦18.5KW more external circulating water pump automatic cooling, to ensure the safe operation of the electric pump at the lowest level status.
♦the upper end of the pump and motor oil chamber equipped with water probe for monitoring the implementation of the water pump mechanical seal, once the leak, the control system will alarm protection.
♦Vice impeller for balancing mechanical seal external pressure, prevent water from entering the oil chamber, thus extending the life of the pump.
♦Impeller design unique, large passage through the long fibers and dirt, anti-clogging, anti-winding, high flow capacity.
♦Fitted between the impeller and volute lower end of the replaceable wear sleeve to keep the pump running at optimum efficiency.
♦ the motor rated voltage 380V, frequency 50HZ three-phase AC power.
♦the transmission medium temperature does not exceed 40oC.
♦transmission fluid medium PH value 4-10.
♦the solid phase material transport medium volume ratio of less than 2%.
♦the transmission medium density of less than 1.2 × 103Kg / m3