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Hi Obi, You would need to determine the H/p requirement for the pump. The pump manufacturer would be my first choice. Contact them if you don't have information on this pump. They should be able to tell
Hi thank you for the additional Information. I would re torque the bolts and return to operation than do an inspection after about a day. keep an eye on it. It almost seems that the bolts were not properly
Hi this is a normal reaction to thermal expansion and or vibration. When the exchanger cools the bolts contract or shrink. This process creates internal leaks within the exchanger. I have always added
Hi You need to look at the loading characteristics such as: Torque and HP required to move peak loads, Min to max HP requirements and load variations. Soft or hard start will determine coupling size as
Hi John, Good question. I have never been involved in this side of the building trade but lets think about this one. I think it is due to the efficiency of modern pumps. Today, pumps can move water much