Three ways to ventilate diesel engine fire pump


Diesel engine fire pump is a kind of equipment that can automatically control the screen and withstand mechanical, electrical and thermal stress. In order to effectively maintain the use efficiency of the equipment, regular ventilation is also very important. The methods of maintaining equipment ventilation include: There are many, which will be described in detail next.

1. Natural ventilation: In this way, there must be adequately sized vents and vents first. Secondly, the location should ensure that there is enough fresh air for the diesel engine to burn within the forbidden temperature range, so that the water supply radiator can take away the heat of the circulating chilled water and the heat emitted by the surface of the unit.

How to keep a diesel fire pump ventilated?

2. Forced ventilation: This method is adopted when natural ventilation is not perfect. Fans and fans are mainly installed at the vents. The size of the fan and the location of the air inlet and outlet of the engine room should be able to provide sufficient cold air for the diesel engine. At the same time, the hot air in the engine room is taken away, and the smaller air intake of the unit should be 6-7 times that of the diesel engine.

3. Arrange grooves and lay out sewers: By arranging sewers around the unit foundation, a trench is arranged in the middle of the unit foundation. The purpose of this is to facilitate the flushing of sewage and diesel oil, so as to ensure the sanitation of the engine room.

It should be noted that the fire pump should be started at least once a week, run at least 10 minutes with light load and small flow, check whether the system is normal, and record the operating parameters by the computer.
There are three ways to keep the equipment ventilated by diesel engine fire pumps. Each method has corresponding advantages and operation methods. Therefore, users can choose according to their actual situation in order to better achieve the purpose of ventilation. .
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