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Brand Name: GalileoStar
Standard or Nonstandard: Standard
Usage: Oil
Place of Origin: Shanghai China
Theory: Rotary Pump
Fuel: electric
Model Number: WCB204
Structure: Gear Pump
Application: Vacuum
Pressure: Low Pressure
Power: 0.37~75kw204
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 60X25X35 cm
Single gross weight: 35.0 KG
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Note: If it is used for flammable and explosive materials such as gasoline, please be sure to install explosion-proof motor. Ordinary motors can only be used for diesel/kerosene.


[Micro gear oil pump WCB type] Product introduction:

WCB gear oil pump is a low pressure, miniature portable energy-saving oil pump, which is most suitable for the sale of unit oil drum shaft oil without power supply. It is also suitable for refinery, power plant, power station, substation (room) and oil depot to transport diesel. Lubricating oil, crude oil, heavy oil, etc., the conventional gear is a 45-gauge steel gear, and the copper gear can be used to transport low-flash liquid such as gasoline, and the stainless steel gear can transport alcohol. Stainless steel pump heads can be used in the food industry to transport beverages, milk, animal and vegetable oils, etc. The cast iron material can transport media with a maximum temperature of ≤60 °C, and stainless steel can transport media with a maximum temperature of ≤100 °C.
The gear pump is equipped with a recirculating device and can be directly equipped with a refueling gun for refueling equipment. The motor can be continuously operated during use.



[Micro gear oil pump WCB type] Performance parameters:




[Micro gear oil pump WCB type] Structural features:

WCB type micro gear oil pump mainly consists of gear, shaft, pump body and shaft end seal. The gears are heat treated to have a high hardness and strength and are mounted with the shaft in a replaceable bushing. Lubrication of all parts in the pump is automatically achieved using the output medium while the pump is operating.
 The pump has a well-designed oil drain and oil return groove, which is the smallest torque force that the gear can withstand during operation. Therefore, the bearing load is small, the wear is small, and the pump efficiency is high.
 The pump is equipped with a safety valve as overload protection. The full return pressure of the safety valve is 1.5 times the rated pressure of the pump. It can also be adjusted according to actual needs within the allowable discharge pressure range. However, note that this safety valve cannot be used for long-term work of the pressure reducing valve. It can be installed separately on the pipeline when needed.
 Seen from the overhanging end of the spindle to the pump, it rotates clockwise.


[Micro gear oil pump WCB type] Application range:

The WCB type micro gear oil pump can be used as a transmission booster pump in the oil transportation system; it can be used as a fuel pump for conveying, pressurizing and injecting in the fuel system; and can be used as a hydraulic pump for providing hydraulic power in the hydraulic transmission system; It can be used as a lubricating oil pump in all industrial fields.


[Micro gear oil pump WCB type] Product use:

The WCB micro gear oil pump can transport a neutral oil with a viscosity of 1-8 °E (for example, mineral oil such as motor oil, kerosene, diesel oil and various vegetable oils) from one container to another. It can improve work efficiency and reduce labor intensity. Therefore, it is suitable for oil transportation in commercial, industrial, agricultural and other industries.
 Suitable for conveying lubricating oils or similar lubricants containing no solid particles and fibers, non-corrosive, temperature not higher than 80 ° C, viscosity 5×10-6~1.5×10-3 m2/s (5-1500 cSt) Other liquids.


[Micro gear oil pump WCB type] Features:

WCB type miniature gear oil pump is simple and compact. Easy to use and maintain,
The WCB micro gear oil pump has good self-priming ability, so it does not need to fill the liquid before each pump is turned on.
The lubrication of the WCB miniature gear oil pump is automatically achieved by the liquid delivered. Therefore, no additional lubricating fluid is required for daily work.
 The use of a flexible coupling to transmit power compensates for minor deviations caused by installation. When the pump is subjected to the inevitable hydraulic shock, it can play a better buffering role.


[Micro gear oil pump WCB type] Maintenance during work:

a. Note that the pressure gauge and vacuum gauge readings of the pump should be within the specifications specified by the pump.
b. When the pump has abnormal noise or excessive temperature rise during operation, stop pump check immediately.
c. Under normal circumstances, the safety valve should not be adjusted arbitrarily. If adjustment is needed, it should be calibrated with the instrument. Make the shutoff pressure of the safety valve the pump
d. 1.5-2 times the rated pressure.
Pump stop
a. Turn off the power.
b. Close the inlet and outlet piping valves.


[Micro gear oil pump WCB type] Check before work:

a. Whether the fasteners of the pump are secure.
b. Whether the rotation of the drive shaft is light and heavy.
c. Is the valve in and out of the pipe open?
d. Whether the direction of rotation of the pump meets the requirements.
e. Inject appropriate amount of media into the pump before initial use





[KCB/2CY Gear Pump] Product Description:

2CY, KCB gear type oil pump:
1. This pump is suitable for conveying various lubricated liquids. The temperature is not higher than 70 °C. If the temperature is 200 °C, contact with the unit can be used with high temperature resistant materials. The viscosity is 5×10-5~1.5. ×10-3m2/s.
2, the pump is not suitable for transporting corrosive, hard particles or fibers, highly volatile or low flash point liquids, such as gasoline, stupid and so on.

[KCB/2CY Gear Pump] Performance parameter:


[KCB/2CY gear oil pump] Features advantages:

1.2CY, KCB gear oil pump structure is simple and compact. Easy to use and maintain,
2.2CY, KCB gear type oil pump has good self-priming, no need to fill the liquid before each pump is opened.
The lubrication of 3.2CY, KCB gear type oil pump is automatically achieved by the liquid conveyed. Therefore, no additional lubricating fluid is required for daily work.
4. The use of a flexible coupling to transmit power compensates for minor deviations caused by installation. When the pump is subjected to the inevitable hydraulic shock, it can play a buffering role.


[KCB/2CY gear oil pump] working principle:

The 2CY and KCB gear-type oil pumps are equipped with a pair of slewing gears in the pump body. One active and one passive, relying on the mutual meshing of the two gears, the whole working cavity in the pump is divided into two separate parts. A is the suction chamber, and B is the discharge chamber. When the pump is running, the driving gear drives the driven gear to rotate. When the toothing is engaged to disengage, a partial vacuum is formed on the suction side (A), and the liquid is sucked. The sucked liquid fills the respective valleys of the gear and is brought to the discharge side (B). When the gear enters the mesh, the liquid is squeezed out to form a high-pressure liquid and discharged out of the pump through the discharge port of the pump.


[KCB/2CY gear oil pump] Structural features:

1.2CY, KCB gear type oil pump is a horizontal rotary pump, which mainly consists of pump body, gear, bearing seat, safety valve, bearing and sealing device.
2. The pump body and bearing housing are made of gray iron. The gears are made of high-quality carbon steel, and can also be made of copper or stainless steel according to the special needs of users.
3. The housing has a stuffing box chamber for axial sealing. 2CYl00/3, 2CYl20/3, 2CYl50/3, KCB-300-960 type pump adopts skeleton sealing device. The bearings are single row radial ball bearings. The KCB-18.3~83.3 pump is composed of three oil-resistant rubber rings and a retaining ring with a middle lining. The two nuts on the pressing cover are adjusted to adjust the degree of sealing. The bearing is made of copper-based powder oil bearing. In addition, this series of pumps can be filled with packing for flexibility, high temperature and low temperature, chemically stable and self-lubricating flexible graphite as a filler.
4. The pump is equipped with a safety valve. When the pump or the discharge pipe fails or the discharge valve is completely closed to generate high pressure and high pressure shock, the safety valve will automatically open, and some or all of the high pressure liquid will be removed and returned to the low pressure chamber. And the pipeline plays a safety role.
5. It is directly connected to the drive motor with a flexible coupling and mounted on a common cast iron chassis.


[KCB/2CY gear oil pump] main use:

1. KCB and 2CY series gear-type oil pumps are suitable for conveying various oils, such as heavy oil, diesel oil and lubricating oil. Copper gears can be used to transport low liquids such as gas oil and benzene. The unit also produces stainless steel gears. The pump delivers beverages and corrosive liquids.
2. KCB and 2CY series gear-type oil pumps are not suitable for hard particles or fibers. The applicable viscosity is 5*10 -5~1.5*103m2/s. The temperature is not high at 70 ° C. If you need to transport high temperature liquid, please use high temperature gear pump to transport liquid below 300 °C.


[KCB/2CY gear oil pump] Note for use:

1, installation
a. Before installation, check whether the pump is damaged during transportation, such as whether the motor is damp, whether the dust cover of the pump inlet and outlet is damaged, and the dirt enters the pump chamber.
b. Clean the inner wall of the pipe with clean water or steam before installing the pipe. When installing, avoid the weight of the pipeline to be borne by the pump, so as not to affect the accuracy and life of the pump.
c. The oil pump should be as close as possible to the oil pool; the joints of the pipelines must not leak or leak, otherwise there will be no liquid absorption.
d. In order to prevent dirt such as particle shields from entering the pump, a metal filter should be installed at the suction port with a filtration accuracy of 30 mesh/in and a filtration area that is more than three times larger than the cross-sectional area of the inlet pipe.
e. Import and export pipelines It is recommended to install a vacuum gauge and a pressure gauge to monitor the working condition of the pump.
f. When the oil pool is deep, the suction line is long or the medium viscosity is high and the vacuum is too high, the inlet pipe can be thickened first. The bottom valve should also be installed when the suction line is long.
2. Inspection before work
a. Whether the fasteners of the pump are secure.
b. Whether the rotation of the drive shaft is light and heavy.
c. Is the valve in and out of the pipe open?
d. Whether the direction of rotation of the pump meets the requirements.
e. Inject the appropriate amount of media into the pump before initial use.
3. Maintenance at work
a. Note that the pressure gauge and vacuum gauge readings of the pump should be within the specifications specified by the pump.
b. When the pump has abnormal noise or excessive temperature rise during operation, stop pump check immediately.
c. Under normal circumstances, the safety valve should not be adjusted arbitrarily. If adjustment is needed, it should be calibrated with the instrument. Make the shutoff pressure of the safety valve the pump
d. 1.5-2 times the rated pressure. 4, the pump stops
a. Turn off the power.
b. Close the inlet and outlet piping valves.



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These events which crowded the beginning of the twentieth century stirred and troubled public opinion in a manner which not only Mr Cobden who died in 1865 but almost equally Mr Gladstone who survived him by more than thirty years would have utterly refused to credit Both these statesmen had been convinced that the world was moving steadily towards a settled peace and that before another century had passed awaypossibly even in a single generationtheir dreams of general disarmament would be approaching fulfilment

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Although we failed to perceive or acknowledge the danger until some nine months ago it had been there for at least fifteen years probably for twice that number

German antagonism to England has been compounded of envy of our possessions contempt for our character and hatred of our good fortune What galled our rival more than anything else was the fact that we enjoyed our prosperity and held our vast Empire upon too easy terms The German people had made and were continuing to make sacrifices to maintain their position in the world while the British people in their view were making none And if we measure national sacrifices by personal service and not merely in money payments it is difficult to see what answer is to be given to this charge

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We may end this war without winning it and at the same time without being defeated And although it appears to be still believed by some persons that we can win in some sort of fashion without accepting the principle of national service even those who entertain this dangerous confidence will hardly dare to deny that after a war which ends without a crowning victory we shall have to accept conscription at once upon the signature of peace

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