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ram

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We have a backpullout centrifugal pump used for water services. recently we encountered bearing failure.bearing supplier asked the radial and axial loads of pump.how can I get it
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Contact the pump supplier
John from PA

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Contact the pump supplier


Good advice from Danny but http://www.skf.com/binary/26-154513/100-955-Bearings-in-centrifugal-pumps.pdf might be of some help as well.  Keep in mind that when you contact the pump manufacturer they will likely ask you the operating conditions.
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This is a very unusual way to evaluate technical cause and assess responsibility for a bearing failure! Where all the details related to this bearing failure?

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No name given for the pump.

See if yours is listed here.

https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?hspart=lvs&hsimp=yhs-awc&type=lvs__webcompa__1_0__ya__ch_WCYID10242__161124__yaff&p=backpullout+centrifugal+pump

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ram

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It is a mattherplatt make pump


Walt Strong

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Mather and Platt pump tells us nothing! They make centrifugal pumps, but even their website has no information.

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Mather and Platt pump tells us nothing! They make centrifugal pumps, but even their website has no information.

Walt


A simple Google search indicates that Mather and Platt became part of Wilo SE (Germany) in 2005.  Short work at the Wilo home page (http://www.wilo.com/home/#.WRYaN1UrK00) indicates that numerous types of pumps are made and catalogs are available for each type, although at present we don't know anything about the exact pump (type or size).  I would suggest the OP go to the site and make use of the "contact" area to get in touch with the company.

 


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While we continue to guess, here is a "back pull-out" centrifugal pump design:

http://productfinder.wilo.com/com/en/Wilo/c0000002a0003a82e00010023/c0000002a0003a86000010023/c000000650000a69100020023/product.html

Walt
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