Stainless Steel Pump Head Circulation Pump

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Stainless Steel Pump Head Circulation Pump Industry Knowledge Extension

What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Stainless Steel Pump Head Circulation Compared with Brass Pump Heads?

Compared with brass pump heads, stainless steel pump heads have the following advantages:
1. Better corrosion resistance: The stainless steel pump head has better corrosion resistance and can be used in a wider range of working environments to avoid damage to the pump head due to corrosion of the medium.
2. Higher strength: The stainless steel pump head has higher strength, making it more able to withstand the use under high pressure, high temperature and other harsh conditions.
3. Easier to clean: The stainless steel pump head has a smooth surface, which is not easy to breed bacteria and other dirt, making it easier to clean.
4. Longer service life: Due to the better corrosion resistance of the stainless steel pump head, its service life is longer than that of the brass pump head.
However, stainless steel pump heads also have the following disadvantages:
1. Higher price: The stainless steel material is more expensive relative to the brass material, making the stainless steel pump head more expensive.
2. Heavier weight: Stainless steel pump heads are heavier than brass pump heads and may require a larger support structure to support them.
3. Poor thermal conductivity: Stainless steel does not conduct heat as well as brass, so stainless steel pump heads may exhibit poorer performance under some high-temperature conditions.


What Common Problems Will Occur During the Use of the Stainless Steel Pump Head Circulating Pump? How to Solve?

The stainless steel pump head circulating pump is a commonly used pump product, and the following common problems may occur during use:
1. Leakage of the pump head: The water leakage of the pump head may be caused by aging and wear of the seals. The solution is to replace the seal or pump head.
2. Noise from the pump body: Noise from the pump body may be caused by damaged bearings, loose pump body, etc. The solution is to replace the bearing or tighten the pump body screws.
3. Erratic pump operation: Erratic pump operation can be caused by incorrect or damaged inlet or outlet valves, fluctuations in the inlet or outlet piping, etc. The solution is to adjust the valve or replace the pipe.
4. Difficult pump starting: Difficult pump starting can be caused by, for example, the air in the pump inlet or outlet piping or a stuck pump impeller. The solution is to remove the gas in the pipeline or clean the pump impeller.
5. Decreased pump volume or head: Decreased pump volume or head may be caused by clogged pump inlet or outlet pipes or worn pump impellers. The solution is to clean the pipe or replace the pump impeller.

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