Summer is the time when cooling towers are used more frequently. When cooling towers are frequently used, how should you maintain your cooling towers? In order to have a clearer understanding of the maintenance of cooling towers, the following trlon is small The editor will give you a detailed introduction to the basic knowledge of the maintenance of the cooling tower water pump. Let me see.
When testing the water pump, the power supply of the water pump must be disconnected. Sometimes it is very dangerous to start the pump suddenly due to automatic operation.
1. Frequent starting and stopping will burn the motor quickly. Please select the number of power-on benchmark operations below.
Motor power start times: 6 times/hour below 7.5kw; 4 times/hour below 11kw.
2. When the pressure, flow, current, vibration, noise, etc. are very different from usual, it is a precursor to the failure. It is very important to carry out the treatment, so please keep a running diary.
3. If the valve at the outlet of the water pump is closed for long-term operation, it will burn the inside, so pay attention to it.
4. Long-term stop operation or maintenance, if the water inside the pump stops in winter, if the water freezes, the pump will freeze out. Be sure to keep the pump warm or drain the water inside.
5. When the vibration is large, please check whether the piping equipment is difficult or the foundation bolts are loose. Sometimes it is caused by the vibration of circulating water. When making piping, consider equipment flexible joints, pressure vibration or adsorption equipment.
The above is the basic common sense of cooling tower water pump maintenance shared by the editor of Cuming Energy-saving air conditioner. Welcome to discuss with trlon about the basic common sense of closed cooling tower, and promote the development of closed cooling tower water and electricity saving!
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