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TPRK_E - an Immersible Pump with unique Features

09 Apr 2020

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00:33Intro & Taiwan Excellence Award 2020

01:18Walrus Pam Perindustrian & TPRK_E Series

Simon Yen, manager of the international sales dep. talking about immersible pumps and the TPRK_E series highlights

04:14Live Demonstration: Shaft Seal Replacement

Simon Yen and Charles Wu demonstrate how easy the shaft seal replacement on the TPRK_E Series is

06:13TPRK_E IE3/IE4 Motor Features

Simon Yen talks about the CE and RoHs certified high-efficiency motor developed by Walrus

08:07Walrus Immersible Pumps Overview

An in-depth comparison of different immersible pump models by Mark Lin, deputy manager of the international sales department

09:43Feature Showcase: Drain Back Tank

Mark Lin showcases the TPRK_E Series’ unique drain back tank design.

12:18Walrus Industrial Pump Sales & After-Sales Services

Mark Lin talks about how the Walrus team helps customers pick the right pump and what to consider before choosing an industrial pump.

16:09Walrus Taichung Branch Introduction

Sales Manager James Huang on the Taichung as the sales and after-sales hub for Pam Perindustrian made by Walrus

18:44Machine Tools and other Applications

Walrus not only offers Pam Perindustrian for the machine tool industry. James Huang with an overview of all applications

20:05Customer Live Testimonial Youji & Tongtai

Youji & Tongtai, two of the biggest machine tool manufacturers in Taiwan share their experiences with Walrus products

24:41Q&A Session

The Q&A Session delivers answers to the most common questions and after-sales inquiries about immersible pumps in general and the TPRK_E Series.

Apr 9, 2020

TPRK_E - an Immersible Pump with unique Features

TPRK 1T

TPRK 1T

TPRK 3T

TPRK 3T

TPRK 5T

TPRK 5T

Highlights

  • Unique pump body design with double seal
  • Cartridge Type Shaft Seal
  • Drain-Back-Tank
  • High-efficiency IE3/IE4 Motor

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TPH TPHP Series

Cause 1: Check if electrical power source, fuse or circuit breaker failed.

Cause 2: Check if pump is locked up by sand, rust or any foreign objects.

Cause 3: Check if the motor is defective due to overload or other causes.

Cause 1: If it is a three phase motor, please check if the direction of rotation is correct.

Cause 2: Check if the inlet source is sufficient, the suction lift is not too great and the temperature is within the normal range.

Cause 3: Check if there is any leakage in suction pipe,check valve works normal and mechanical seal is not defective etc.

Cause 1: Motor overheat due to excessive suction lift or too high liquid temperature.

Cause 2: Control circuit has cut out (pressure switch or level controller).

TPHK TPK TPAK Series

Cause 1: No electricity supply.

Cause 2: Fuses are blown.

Cause 3: Motor overheating relay tripped.

Cause 4: Defective magnetic contactors.

Cause 5: Control circuit malfunction.

Cause 1: Fuses blown or breakers tripped.

Cause 2: Overheating relay tripped.

Cause 3: Control circuit malfunction.

Cause 4: Pump locked up by foreign objects.

Cause: Pump impeller blocked by impurities.

Cause 1: Suction filter blocked by impurities.

Cause 2: Incorrect rotating direction.

TPCK Series

Cause 1: Supply failure. Remedy:Connect the electricity supply.

Cause 2: Fuses are blown. Remedy:Replace fuses.

Cause 3: Motor starter overload has tripped out. Remedy:Reactivate the motor protection.

Cause 4: Thermal protection has tripped out. Remedy:Reactivate the thermal protection.

Cause 5: Main contacts in motor starter are not making contact or the coil is faulty. Remedy: Replace contacts or magnetic coil.

Cause 6: Control circuit is defective. Remedy:Repair the control circuit.

Cause 7: Motor is defective. Remedy:Replace the motor.

Cause 1: One fuse/automatic circuit breaker is blown. Remedy:Cut in the fuse.

Cause 2: Contacts in motor starter overload are faulty. Remedy:Replace motor starter contacts.

Cause 3: Cable connection is loose or faulty. Remedy:Fasten or replace the cable connection.

Cause 4: Motor winding is defective. Remedy:Replace the motor.

Cause 5: Pump mechanically blocked. Remedy:Remove the mechanical blocking of the pump.

Cause 6: Overload setting is too low. Remedy:Set the motor starter correctly.

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Cause 1: Overload setting is too low. Remedy:Set the motor starter correctly.

Cause 2: Low voltage at peak times. Remedy:Check the electricity supply.

Cause 1: Supply failure. Remedy:Connect the electricity supply.

Cause 2: Fuses are blown. Remedy:Replace fuses.

Cause 3: Thermal protection has tripped out. Remedy:Reactivate the thermal protection.

Cause 4: Main contacts in motor starter are not making contact or the coil is faulty. Remedy: Replace contacts or magnetic coil.

Cause 1: Pump strainer partly blocked by impurities Remedy:Clean the strainer.

Cause 2: Liquid level in tank too low. Remedy:Increase the liquid level.

Cause 3: Pump draws in air. Remedy:Check the suction conditions.

Cause:Shaft seal is defective. Remedy:Replace the shaft seal.

Cause 1: Cavitation occurs in the pump. Remedy:Check the suction conditions.

Cause 2: Pump does not rotate freely (frictional resistance) because of incorrect pump shaft position. Remedy:Adjust the pump shaft.