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1. Shipment Style: By Truck. 运输方式：陆运。
2. Delivery Time: Goods will be ready for delivery within 1weeks after receipt of 100% payment.
发货时间：货物将在收到 100%货款后 1 周内发运。
3. Payment Terms: 30% down payment by T/T within 1 week after order.
款：合同签订后 1 周内电汇支付 30%货款。
4. Beneficiary of Contract: Camp Faction Valve (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
5. Price Basis: Price quoted above is in RMB.
6. Jobsite Service: None. 现场服务：无。
7. Standard & Method of Inspection& Acceptance: According to the packing list and cargo acceptance,
if any objections, must be presented within one week after arrival.
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采取积极主动的预防措施，确保重要的维护服务不会被忽视，防止泵停机，时间浪费，维修成本增加等问题造成的多米诺骨牌效应。这很简单直接 - 泵的维护现在意味着更少的问题。
Pump maintenance: Keep it pumping
Performing preventative maintenance helps prevent pump downtime
A dependable pump isn’t truly appreciated when it’s working properly, but that dependability is really missed if a pump’s performance declines or worse, the unit stops working altogether. To avoid pump downtime and subsequent headaches, a preventative maintenance program must be followed.
If you carry pumps as part of your rental inventory, here’s how to make sure your pumps are ready to go when your customers need them and what your customers need to do to keep pumps running properly.
· Start each day with a pump inspection. Among the most important daily checks is the quality and level of engine oil. Oil that’s contaminated can cause serious problems and decrease the life of an engine, likewise if there’s an insufficient amount of it. Change the oil or add if necessary to reach the level as per the manufacturer’s recommendation.
Check the gasoline level as well, making sure the tank is full or at least full enough for the day’s usage. Also, look for any evidence of fuel or oil leaks. If a fluid is dripping, inspect the area for any parts that may need to be tightened or replaced.
Cleaning or changing the air filter is another important practice that can prevent significant damage down the pipeline. A clogged, wet, dirty or damaged air filter can lead to a loss in power and shorten the life of an engine by allowing dirt or water into sensitive areas. A foam filter can be cleaned and reused, so it’s fine to check daily. A paper air filter, on the other hand, always should be replaced upon removal. It’s best to follow a recommended schedule to replace paper air filters in a timely fashion.
Inspect the condition of the hoses regularly as well. If they are worn, frayed or have any holes, the air gaps likely will cause the pump to lose suction. Patch any holes and seal leaking joints. A severely worn hose should be replaced. Finally, check the rest of the machine for broken bolts, nuts or loose parts.
Of all the pre-operation checks, perhaps the most important thing to remember for daily maintenance is priming the pump before starting. Running a pump dry will damage the seals, causing a chain reaction of further problems. If it’s a self-priming pump, simply add water. The term “self-priming” is somewhat of a misnomer, as water must be added to the pump each time it is used. The pump will then take over, build pressure within the volute and begin discharging. Once the pump has been prepped, it’s ready to go to work.
· In addition to daily checks, a pump requires other maintenance checks and services. While these items don’t need to be done daily, they are crucial to the pump’s life and should be kept up with on a regular schedule. Generally, quality pump engines can operate up to 2,500 hours, and following recommended maintenance schedules can only increase that time and the pump’s return on investment.
A few things need to be checked a couple of times a month, others even less frequently. For instance, a paper air filter should be changed monthly. Although a foam filter can be cleaned and re-used, it’s still a good idea to change it monthly.
Dirty spark plugs can cause a decrease in power and poor starting performance, so the spark plugs should be checked semimonthly for dirt, damage or excessive carbon build-up. Clean spark plugs with a wire brush or spark plug cleaner. Immediately replace any spark plugs with cracked porcelain.
In addition, it is important to clean and inspect the fuel strainer and fuel filter every month. Fuel can become contaminated during operation and, if it’s not removed, can lead to trouble with engine starts. Replacing the fuel line and carburetor is expensive, so it is essential to prevent unnecessary damage caused by contaminated fuel.
On an annual basis, give the pump a thorough inspection for dirty, broken or misaligned parts. Such parts can cause problems with the engine or pump components. Inspecting the entire machine gives the most comprehensive view of what needs to be cleaned and repaired.
It’s also worth noting that dusty conditions typically shorten the length of time between regular services, as extreme dust can clog filter elements or contaminate fuel and oil.
Depending on the pump’s environment, maintenance schedules may need to be adjusted to accommodate for less-than-optimal conditions.
· Tips for troubleshooting. Knowing what to look for and addressing it quickly will keep problems from turning into more expensive, time-intensive repairs. Even with a regular, proper preventative maintenance program, pumps still may experience problems. This is unfortunate, but common.
If a pump simply won’t run, the culprit is likely the impeller or engine. If the impeller is sticking, simply disassemble it, clean and reinstall. As for the engine, several different things could affect it and prevent it from starting.
The first thing to check is the spark plug. If it’s dirty, clean it. If it’s damaged, replace it. If it’s clean and damage-free, connect it to the plug cap and ground the plug against the engine body. Pull the starter to see if the spark is weak or nonexistent. If a new plug doesn’t spark, the ignition system is faulty and will need repairs.
The engine also might not start if the spark plug is loose or if the plug is wet with fuel. If the spark plug is wet, check to see that the fuel cock is closed. If so, close the choke lever and pull the starter handle a half-dozen times to see if the electrode becomes wet. If so, the problem may be that the fuel is stale, in which case it should be drained and refilled with fresh fuel. If the electrode is dry, the problem may be with the fuel intake of the carburetor. Try to see where the fuel stops in the engine.
A number of other things could prevent a pump from self-priming. Start by checking the air on the suction side of the pump and tighten the suction hose or pipe, if needed. Check the drain plug as well, to ensure that it has been tightened completely. Insufficient water inside the pump casing also will prevent the pump from priming.
Engine speed also can affect pumping volume. If the pumping volume has dropped, check the wear on the impeller, see if the suction hose may be too thin or too long, or retighten any loose parts on the suction chamber. This also might be caused by a high suction lift that would need to be lowered, water leaking from the water passage, a broken mechanical seal or a drop in engine output or speed.
Adopting a proactive preventative approach ensures that crucial maintenance services won’t be neglected, preventing a domino-effect of problems as the pump goes down, time is lost and repair costs add up. It’s simple and straightforward — pump maintenance now will mean fewer issues later.
Following a good maintenance program, such as the steps detailed above, is among the best ways to keep a pump flowing.
The Kaysen Pumps GmbH in Schw?bischGmünd, Germany, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of fluid centrifugal pumps and diaphragm pumps. For more than 60 years, Kaisen has achieved the highest standards of reliability and quality of "Made in Germany". With our comprehensive product portfolio, we support customers around the world to successfully grasp the harsh pumping tasks of water supply, mining, industry, chemical, paper, electricity, food, pharmaceutical, sewage and marine industries. As a leading provider of innovative technology in these areas, we are the perfect partner for liquids to be safe, efficient and economical to transport. ,
Germany Kaysen always adhere to the "quality, stresses credibility" for the purpose. Products are selling all over the country, and has gradually developed overseas markets. The company has repeatedly been rated as "the contract with the letter" business, won the trust of users and extensive praise.
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