Can I Use a Sewage Pump to Pump Out Water From a Hole?

It would be easier to just drive in a shallow well point with a regular pump. It would work much better than the hole scheme

1. What breast pump works the best?

I've heard wonderful stories about the Medula Hospital grade pumps - the ones you get from the stores like Walmart have been getting low ratings. I guess the electric ones are better as they are very close to the sucking motion of the baby

2. squeeky manual breast pump?

my avent manual one done that to. It was really annoying. So i switched to the medela Harmony...and bought the avent conversion kit. the medela pump runs about $30 and the conversion kit is about $10. The medela is QUIET but not as comfortable as the avent

3. any breast pump suggestions?

I know many board certified LC's They suggest the Medela pumps or the Ameda pumps first. If money is a problem, they suggest the Lansinoh However, the Lansinoh double electric pump that Wal-Mart sells is only like 150 dollars. And it literally is the same pump as the Ameda. It's just differently colored plastic. So you would be saving at least a hundred dollars and you would be getting the same pump. Also think of it this way, formula is upwards of 1500-3,000 dollars a year. So 150 dollars is a drop in the bucket. I strongly urge you to get the Lansinoh. It's a great pump

4. What is a good breast pump?

Why even bother with a pump? Unless you have to go back to work and will be forced to be away from your baby you do not need one

5. pump up songs for hockey?

I will go with There and Back Again - Daughtry

6. Breast pump help please?

you can hire hospial grade ones at the chemist for not much at all, there electric so its nice and fast. but if you want a hand held avent is good

7. Breat pump Question, please help?

You should get a good pump, unfortunately you do have to spend money to get a good one. Get a double electric pump (Medela pumps are the best). It does make a difference to get a good pump, especially if you plan on pumping a lot.

8. Calculating COP for Heat Pump

Have I gone somewhere in my calculations?Yes, I believe some of your equations are incorrect. First of all, it appears you have used the wrong equation for work. You have used.$$W=nkT_hln(V_f/V_i)-nkT_hleft(1-fracV_iV_f

ight)$$This is the work done for the reversible heat engine cycle described in your original post. The isothermal expansion work is positive (done by the gas) and the isobaric compression work is negative (work done on the gas). However, for the heat pump the cycle reverses. Work done during the isothermal compression process is negative (done on the gas) and during the isobaric expansion process is positive (done by the gas). I believe equation should then be:$$W=nkT_hln(V_i/V_f)nkT_hleft(1-fracV_iV_f

ight)$$It also appears you used the wrong equation for the heat rejected in the isothermal compression. Your equation is:$$Q_h=nkT_hln(fracT_hT_c)$$Which would yield a positive value for $Q_h$, whereas it should be negative as heat is out of the system. I believe it should be$$Q_h=nkT_hln(fracT_cT_h)$$Since it appears you have used the wrong equations for both work and heat, that would lead you to an in incorrect equation for the COP. I suggest you review the calculations. or am I missing something else?I believe so. I think there is a fundamental problem with considering your cycle as a refrigeration/heat pump cycle. To my knowledge (which is admittedly limited re refrigeration) all such cycles normally involve two fixed temperature environments, the environment to be cooled and the environment to be heated. That is the basis of the Carnot COP that you are comparing your cycle with.In your cycle, if it is to be considered reversible as your previous heat cycle post, it appears there are multiple temperature environments, which makes it unclear what the objective (environment for the desired heat transfer) is.Heat is transferred out in both the isothermal and isochoric processes. Which is the desired heat transfer to be used in the COP?During the heat absorption (isobaric expansion), heat is obtained from a higher (than $T_c$) temperature environment. Is this the same environment where heat is rejected during the isothermal compression? If so,Hope this helps

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Old Heating Idea Heats Up
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By JULIE V. IOVINEJAN. 4, 2001IF it wasn't bad enough that the fashions and haircuts of the 1970's are back, now we have loose-cannon gas and oil prices.During the 70's energy crisis, the environmental movement offered unwieldy solar panels stuck on the sides of houses, radiant rocks in the basement and monstrous metal windmills grinding in the breeze.Geothermal heat pumps -- using earth's constant temperatures to heat and cool air pumped through buildings -- didn't get the attention that flashier energy choices did. But while solar panels and windmills for the home dropped from favor as fast as Dr. Scholl's sandals, more efficient and economical geothermal systems have steadily gained ground among homeowners and even the environmentally indifferent.''It's a brilliant strategy,'' said William McDonough, an architect known for his environmental work. ''Imagine your building with roots. It's as local as you can get. And all sustainability, like politics, is local.''AdvertisementConverts include President-elect George W. Bush, who installed a geothermal heat pump on his Texas ranch during the election campaign. Howard Newton, a consultant on the job, overheard him explaining to Vice President-elect Dick Cheney and Gen. Colin Powell that geothermal heat is ''environmentally hip.''AdvertisementIn 1993, the Environmental Protection Agency proclaimed geothermal heat pumps -- also known as ground-source heat pumps -- to be the most energy-efficient, environmentally clean and cost-effective heating and air-conditioning systems available. Sara Quinn, a spokeswoman for the Geothermal Heat Pump Consortium, a nonprofit trade organization, says that more than half a million geothermal systems have been installed in the United States, half of them in homes. The annual growth rate since 1994, Ms. Quinn said, has been 20 percent.In 1995, Dr. Jeffrey Palmer of East Hampton, Conn., invested $26,000 in a geothermal pump for his 3,500-square-foot home, partly because of his daughter's allergies. His heating bills now average $800 a year, in contrast to about $1,500 for his neighbors. His air-conditioning bill never exceeds $74 in summer. Of his low bills, Dr. Palmer said: ''I used to brag to all my neighbors. Now that oil prices are going up, I don't want to make them really mad.''For all its promise, geothermal is still unsung and generally unfamiliar to homeowners, especially in Manhattan. Part of the reason is, of course, cost.In Manhattan, Adam Yarinsky of Aro architects, a firm interested in putting new technologies and experimental materials in the home, said: ''I bring it up on every project, and everyone laughs at me. I know it's there theoretically, if only there were some way to take advantage of it.''This is one trend in which the suburbs are leading the cities.In fact, the most common residential geothermal pumps lend themselves best to homes with plenty of yard for digging wells. Geoexchange technology uses basic plumbing equipment and traditional air-conditioning ducts combined with ground loops buried horizontally or vertically to exploit the constant 55-degree temperatures found in soil and water below the frost line, four to six feet down. A simple electric compressor circulates refrigerant the way a freezer or window air-conditioner does, then cools or heats the air to be distributed through the house. The same ducts used by the air-conditioner in summer distribute hot air in winter.That means no oil deliveries, no boilers, no noisy outdoor condensers and no pollution. Andrew Collins, a consulting engineer and advocate of geothermal systems for the home, said that geothermal ''started with the Army needing to house a lot of folks used to having heat and air-conditioning.'' He added, ''It went in fast and had only one appliance to maintain.''The expensive part is drilling to put in ground loops. The loops are filled with water or water mixed with a nontoxic antifreeze. The longer the loop, the more heat it can gather from the earth.AdvertisementPeople think Manhattan is inhospitable to geothermal energy because it is built on bedrock. But granite is excellent for transferring heat. The gravel and sand of Brooklyn and Queens are even better.Without bedrock, wells are typically drilled about 250 feet into the ground, and three are needed to accommodate the 1,500 feet of pipe used by the average 2,500-square-foot home. It costs about $2,500 to drill a single well. Cost efficiency dwindles with increasing size. Carl D. Orio, the president of the Water and Energy Systems Corporation in Atkinson, N.H., and a consultant on geothermal installations since 1974, worked on a 35,000-square-foot home in Sands Point, N.Y., which needed eight wells, five of them just to supply heat and air-conditioning for the master bedroom.S MALL surprise that geothermal energy is perceived as only for the rich. Installation for a suburban house can cost $3,000 to $5,000 more than conventional heating and cooling systems in new homes, which generally cost less than $20,000. The geothermal payback can take at least three years. Some utility companies provide grants or rebates to encourage homeowners to go geothermal.Sy Soobitsky, a teacher in Higganum, Conn., took advantage of a Northeast Utilities program, which offered him $6,000 to offset his $22,000 installation bill. ''We're more than happy,'' he said. ''I was a believer all along, but I never thought it would be possible financially.''Mr. Soobitsky said that his bills for heat and air-conditioning average about $180 a month. In the summer, there is a bonus. The circulating water absorbs the house's heat and can, in turn, heat his water supply free.On a frigid morning last week, Mr. Soobitsky said he was thankful for an electric heater, which turns on automatically when temperatures remain below freezing. Geothermal heat tends to be frustratingly even, and complaints focus on its inability to make a room toasty warm.Others find the dry air unappealing and have installed radiant heat floors (still powered by geothermal energy). And the ducts tend to be placed where they are best for air-conditioning, not heat: up high. ''I object to using the same air ducts,'' Mr. Collins, the consulting engineer, said. ''Coupling it with radiant floors is a marriage made in heaven.''In Manhattan, wells are driven straight through bedrock, sometimes as deep as 1,500 feet, to reach the constant temperatures of groundwater. The first high-profile installation was in 1997 at the East 64th Street town house of Theodore W. Kheel, the labor negotiator and philanthropist, who wanted to showcase advanced environmental design. The project proved overambitious, and Mr. Kheel abandoned it after two 1,500-foot wells were drilled at a cost of $100,000. Tommy Mottola, the chairman of Sony Music Entertainment, was the next resident, and three weeks ago, said Mr. Orio of Water and Energy Systems, who was the consultant on the job, the geothermal pumps were activated for the first time.AdvertisementA handful of other homes in New York are about to go geothermal. Last week, a geothermal well was struck for a brownstone on West 86th Street. And drilling will begin next week at new town houses on Reade Street (see article, page 7 of this section). John L. Petrarca, the developer of that project, plans to convert a loft building on Laight Street to geothermal. And in Battery Park City, a 26-story ''green'' apartment building will be partly geothermal.The technology does not lend itself to high-rises (it would have taken as many as 300 wells to supply the entire green building in Battery Park City), and finding room to drill presents a special challenge in crowded cities. Since it is hard to maneuver a drilling derrick behind a town house, the sidewalks are the way in. Recent drillings have been made easier because the homeowners, having inherited old coal cellars, also had rights to the sidewalk.And then there are subway tunnels. But ''we certainly don't want to go near them,'' Mr. Orio said, adding, ''Luckily, we have all the maps.''We are continually improving the quality of our text archives. Please send feedback, error reports, and suggestions to .A version of this article appears in print on January 4, 2001, on Page F00001 of the National edition with the headline: . Order Reprints| Today's Paper|Subscribe
How Do You Store Breast Milk After You Pump It?
how do you store breast milk after you pump it?When I was building up a freezer stash- I would pump, refrigerate for a few hours, then put in bags to freeze. Now I just pump and put it in the fridge because I know it will be used in a few days.— — — — — —PRINTER HELP!!! mY PICTURES WONT PRINT i NEED THEM IN A FEW HOURS!?Start Settings Printers and faxes Left click the printer icon Click the small word printer Add a check mark to Use Printer Offline— — — — — —how do i stop getting sick after working out?Working out to a very high point when your body is not used to it can make you feel nauseous and sick for a few hours or even days after exercising. Although you have been in the gym for a few years it is advisable that you start at a lower intensity and work up from there. If it is the fat you are trying to rid yourself of, a properly designed exercise program is probably best. Message me and we can have a chat!— — — — — —Can I warm a bottle of breastmilk and give it to my baby a few hours later?I would not do it. I would keep it cold until you need to warm it up. Why not put some boiling hot water in a thermos and put the bottle in that to warm it up on the road? Good idea, huh? I might do that if I can not work up the courage to nurse in public with this next baby.— — — — — —what do yall think about a 2000 Volkswagon Jetta 1.8T 145,XXX miles on it.?Your A/C could be a $2000 problem to fix. The evaporator is not your compressor. Compressor is lots of cost and a little labor, an evap core is lots of labor and little cost. In both cases, you will need an evac and recharge (they sell you back your refrigerant from a reclaimation device, and any extra you need at insanely high taxed amounts. Thank environmentalists for taxing a green AC gas too) The money you will spend on this A/C will outweigh any gasoline savings you will have (I assume thats a reason why you are getting rid of it?). Check your insurance rates, too. Gasoline is coming back down, but with the democrats in charge, dont expect and pro-drilling political decisions to pass. Expect the price and the tax to go up on it. If he did take care of this car, and DIDNT fix the AC, I would wonder how much he really cared for it - or if it was simply too expensive. Call a VW dealer and ask what the rough cost would be on all parts and labor to replace the compressor on that car. The Service Manager or a Service Writer can tell you from memory, most likely. Figure $100 an hour labor, maybe 6 hours labor and $50 to $100 refrigerant, plus the cost of the compressor. It may even make sense to you to borrow the car for a few hours and pay a mechanic 1 or 2 hours labor to look it over. Check the model year 2000 Consumer Reports for reviews, and also a VW fan site. if he's a kid, I guarantee he's abused the heck out of this car. They are kinda peppy. I would rather have the Yukon, even though I love German engineering (VW prices and quality have been in the toilet for a few years though, and so has the value)— — — — — —Can I roast duck few hours before diner?We did that when I was chef, then took out most of the bones, cook them let them rest, carve, and then reheat, on a baking tray to crisp up the skin, use the duck fat rendered to roast potato's in— — — — — —Poison ivy rash!!! Urgent! Should I apply this?Anything with hydrocortizone (a corticosteroid), yes. I recommend Itch-X. Might burn a little bit at first, but very effective. Alternating with some aloe lotion (not right away, spread them out a few hours) might help too. Try to keep basically everything else off of it, so wear the shortest sleeve shirt you can, and otherwise keep it (gently) clean, dry, and out of the sun.
The Best Heat Pumps [Brands and Models] of 2020 Complete Buyer's Guide
Keeping it simple, reliable heat pumps can provide to a lot of comfort in your living space. Heat pumps have been designed to perform as HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) units. The basic working includes taking heat out of the air (in a particular space) and then transferring it to another vicinity. This means that a heat pump can help you control your house's environment throughout the year. During summer (or the warmer months), such a pump will remove the heat present in your house and direct it outside. During winter (or the cooler months), this same device will absorb heat from the outside and release it inside your house. To properly answer how a heat pump works, we have to dive a bit deeper into the details and technicalities of it all. You should keep in mind that when it comes to a mechanical heat pump, you can think of it as an inside-out refrigerator. Such a pump, similar to a fridge, also makes use of a refrigerant. For those wondering, a refrigerant is a volatile fluid that's highly condensing and evaporating. By compressing this particular fluid, a heat pump makes it hotter on the side that needs to be warmed. The pressure is released on the side where the heat is being absorbed. What Does a Heat Pump Do? You will find heat pumps being used in several domestic settings. Let's go over what a heat pump can help you with! Of course, such a pump is supposed to help with your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning needs. You can select how this device will work. This means you have the power over whether or not you want to warm up space or cool it. The ventilation offered by such a unit can help make your living quarters more comfortable. Yes, you can use such a device to warm up water, too. Such a pump can even be made to heat (or pre-heat) swimming pools. Such pumps are known to be integrated into heating systems used by districts. Heat pumps are an efficient way to control energy consumption and become more environmentally conscious. What Size of Heat Pump Do I Need? The answer to what size of heat pump you need is dependent on numerous factors. However, an average house can make do with a unit that has an output between 4 kW and 16 kW. Of course, the basic rule is a bigger heat pump is needed for larger homes. Normally, a two-bed house will require a pump with 5-4 kW. A well-insulated five-bed house will need a unit with an output of 15-16 kW. Other factors to keep in mind include: Level of insulation the house has To get the best estimates, it's important to reach out to a professional heat pump installer. When you begin browsing for a heat pump to buy, you will come across many different models. That's why you should know what makes a certain unit better than the other. When choosing a heat pump, do go over: SEER stands for Season Energy Efficiency Ratio. You should know that a higher SEER means the system is more efficient. Units with a higher SEER will help you save energy costs. If a unit is single-stage, it denotes the said model is either on or off. This means when the desired temperature is met, the unit will shut itself down. With two-stage, the model can operate at a lower capacity and then switch to giving 100% when required. A multi-stage unit happens to be most energy-efficient. There are heat pumps featuring thermostats that can be operated (through Wi-Fi) when you are not even home. Certain models use displays that are high-end. So, it depends on what level of heat pump convenience and control you require. A good heat pump is one that is not too loud. If you have kids around, opting for a noisy unit is not the best choice. Units that come with warranties give you some relief because you will be purchasing from a company you can trust. Some of you must be wondering about the types of heat pumps available. Do not worry. We got you! Take note; there are, essentially, three types of heat pumps. The differences deal with the source being used. All three types do operate using the same principles we have already mentioned. Such models are called air-to-air units. Such a device takes heat present in the outdoor air and then brings it into the house. Such units happen to be the cheapest to install. They also do not require a lot of space. This kind of model is also called the geothermal unit. Such a pump takes heat energy from the soil around the house's foundation. Due to the ground being warmer than the air in colder months, such units are highly recommended for winter. They are quite expensive to install, though. The third type, as the name states, uses water. You can benefit from it only if your house is close to a body of water. The heat is extracted from the water by pumping it through such a unit. Such models are cheaper to install compared to the ground source units. The sub-categories include the hybrid heat pump, solar heat pump, and the gas-fired, or absorption, heat pump. As someone who is interested in buying a heat pump, it will do you good if you know how to install such a unit! The condenser needs to be installed outside your home. This is the device that will convert, as well as transfer, the warm or cool air to the space you want. Normally, it's recommended that the condenser be installed four feet away from the building. It should also have at least 20 feet of clear space in front of and above it. If it snows in your area, the condenser should be placed on a mount above the usual snow line. As air handler is the unit that will release the air (warm or cool) in your desired area. Typically, the handler is placed at least 30 feet from the condenser. This is because you will need to attach the handler to the condenser through cords. Of course, the mounting plate should be installed before the handler is attached. A ducted air handler will be needed if the temperature of several rooms needs to be controlled. Such an air handler is usually mounted to the roof for easier handling. Each air handler requires proper connections. These connections are refrigerant lines, a drain line, a supply duct, and a return duct. Do watch the video below to get a better idea of what we just shared. We hope our article and accompanying buyer's guide were able to offer you the information you were searching for. Selecting the right heat pump can bring a lot of comfort to your house. So, take time to go over the unit's specifications and see if it can meet your needs. Due to the interesting technology that heat pumps use, it's understandable that many of you have certain questions. It's never wrong to ask as many questions as possible when making a buying decision. Below we have tried to do our best to answer some of the frequently asked questions pertaining to heat pumps. What Size Heat Pump Do I Need for a 1500 Square Foot House? There's not a direct answer to such a question. As mentioned, numerous factors play a role in determining what typeand size of heat pump you need for your home. A factor you should know about is a ton of cooling or heating capacity equals 12,000 BTUs. Normally, a 25,000 BTU capacity should work for 1500 sf. What Size Heat Pump Do I Need for a 2000 Square Foot House? You should know that a ton of cooling or heating capacity offered by a unit is equal to 12,000 BTUs. So, if you have a house that's 2000 square feet, it's recommended you go for a heat pump offering 25,000 to 35,000 BTUs. Again, the unit you should opt for also depends on the size of the space you need to control and the environment you reside in. What Size Heat Pump Do I Need for a 2500 Square Foot House? For a 2500 square foot house, it's recommended that you opt for a heat pump that can give you at least 35,000 BTUs. You might need a higher-performing unit or even a lower one depending on the size of the living space. The type of unit is also dependent on the overall outdoor temperature of the area your house is in. How Long Does a Heat Pump Last? Take note; the length of time a heat pump can last depends on a number of factors. It comes down to the quality and type of unit you have. It's also impacted by how well the unit is maintained. Usually, a heat pump should be able to last you for close to 15 years. How Do I Know if I Have a Heat Pump? Due to ACs and heat pumps looking alike, it can be a bit confusing to tell the two apart. However, you can (or should be able to) easily tell the difference by turning on the heat and seeing if the outside unit is running. You should also be able to tell the difference by looking at the labels present on the air handler and condenser. Analyzing the reversing valve inside the condenser can also let you know. There is a way for you to defrost a heat pump. You should: Allow the model's defrost to run. Let it defrost itself if it's covered in a thin layer of ice. The fan can be turned on to aid with the defrosting process. At What Temperature Does a Heat Pump Stop Working? When it comes to functionality, you should keep in mind that a temperature range will keep your heat pump from working. The said range is 25-30 degrees Fahrenheit. That's -3.8 to -1.1 degrees Celsius. However, the addition of supplemental heating can help certain units to continue working even in the coldest of weather. How Often Should a Heat Pump Cycle On and Off? The heat pump unit is capable of turning a cycle on and off to ensure your home remains at the temperature you want it to. You should know that such units do tend to run more frequently in colder weather. This means that cycling decreases as it begins to grow colder outdoors. How to Tell if You Have a 2-Stage Heat Pump To tell if you have a two-stage heat pump, you should consider taking off the thermostat and looking at the wires. You should pay attention to the wires leading into the terminals. These particular terminals are the W, W1, Y, and the Y1. In a two-stage heating unit, the wires will be leading into terminals W1 and W2. For a two-stage cooling unit, the wires will be leading into Y1 and Y2. Also, you can always search for the model number online to be sure whether a unit is a two-stage model, or not.1. what does the heat exchanger in a vw engine do?If you are talking about an old air cooled VW, they heat up to give you heat in an old bug or van2. Central Air and Heat-Heat troubles?the fan motor itself could be shutting off on overload. if it's bad bearings in the motor it will be noisy when running and the butt of the fan motor will be hot to the touch, sometimes. it could also be a thing called a limit switch or a flame sensor. fan motor would be the worst case. put it in fan mode and see if the fan runs. that will tell you more.3. Detect heat wavesTry it online!quite bad one
Should a Furnace Condensate Pump Do Double Duty for Basement Dehumidifier?
It seems both sources of water are low-flow resulting from condensation (one incidental, one deliberate) so you shouldn't challenge the condensate pump. I'd do itWe have a moisture problem in the basement, and are trying to combat it with a dehumidifier. Despite my region being in drought, the humidifier's reservoir sometimes fills up twice in a day. The basement has no floor drain or laundry sink, but it does have our HVAC system, which was installed with a condensate pump. The contractor ran the drain hose for the condensate pump in a way that makes it difficult to add an additional hose, but I thought I might be able to drain the dehumidifier with the existing condensate pump.Would it be safe or wise to run the drain line from the dehumidifier into the reservoir of a the furnace's condensate pump?·OTHER ANSWER:We have a moisture problem in the basement, and are trying to combat it with a dehumidifier. Despite my region being in drought, the humidifier's reservoir sometimes fills up twice in a day. The basement has no floor drain or laundry sink, but it does have our HVAC system, which was installed with a condensate pump. The contractor ran the drain hose for the condensate pump in a way that makes it difficult to add an additional hose, but I thought I might be able to drain the dehumidifier with the existing condensate pump.Would it be safe or wise to run the drain line from the dehumidifier into the reservoir of a the furnace's condensate pump?
What Is a Water Pressure Pump?
A water pressure pump is basically a pressure booster. It's used to increase the pressure of the water coming into your home. Low water pressure can come from the city supply or it can happen to those who are tapped into a well, but you can easily fix this problem by installing a pressure pump. These pumps can instantly and easily increase the water pressure coming out of all of your faucets and appliances.Too much pressure on babies?You are not being pushy by stimulating your baby's senses. This is how babies learn. Now, when she is older and you've got her on 5 sports teams AND dance class AND pageants, THEN you are being pushy. Remember a newborn does not feel any pressure to learn. And toddlers are naturally curious. By buying educational toys you are not being pushy.instead of pressurizing an entire spacesuit with oxygen could oxygen just pressurize the head and the rest of the body be pressurized with water?"Held down" does not work so well in weightlessness. Water would move around inside the suit, climb up the astronaut's neck and put them in danger.This happened to ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano when doing a space walk at the ISS. See Space. com's Italian Astronaut Recounts Near-Drowning in Spacesuit (Video)Air Pressure, Weather?The effect of earths rotation on a object Ex. the curving of global winds Sub-tropical & PolarWhich is more of a violation? Pressuring someone to have sex, or pressuring them not to?This is simple: Have sex when you feel you are ready to and use protection. This is acceptable and the correct way to go about this. It is no ones business if a person has sex or not unless the person is underage. Then it is only the parents' and child's business.what are the units of pressure?D) psiLow oil pressure issueCAR WILL SHUT DOWN WITH LOW OR NO OIL IN ENGINE. CHECK FOR OIL LEAKS. CHANGE YOUR OIL APPROX. EVERY 3,000 MILES. ENGINE MAY BE EATING OIL.I bought a honda pressure washer on ebay- has no pressure what to do?Sounds like the pump is bad...I rebuilt mine and lasted few years then it went out completly and I ordered a whole new pump online...still was cheaper than buying a whole new pressure washer! good luck!.Ferguson adds to Chelsea pressure??Yeah I saw that... Chelsea never said anything about it being easyIntermittent Water Pressure on a WellCheck all the things that @Nathan suggested, then remember that a well pump will only pump a certain amount of water, so if you open too many faucets the well pump will not keep up and the pressure could fall. Please state the type of tank you have and is it a tank with a bladder. I would again drain the tank completely, pre-charge it to the 38 lbs, install a new "good quality" pressure gauge, turn on the well and see if that corrects the pressure problems. Please state the type and name of the tank you haveFamily pressuring into getting boyfriend?Haha relax girly xD I swear you sound so much like me I got a little scared, do not worry about it. You are still young, the guys you've been with seems to majorily have been strange people (I can relate hah). I think you should just focus on your college years and forget about guys, for some odd reason iI've seen that "independence" seems to be a factor in attraction. You are fine :) my parents are the same way, tell them to relax. Keep yourself busy and maybe after graduation, when you are working in what you love you will find somebody similar to you :> Deep Breath :) Somebody will find youLow water pressure in the?Your shower head most likely has a water-saving washer inside of it. Unscrew the head, and either remove it, or clean out the sediment blocking the opening. Then wrap the threads of the shower arm with teflon tape, making sure you wrap it clockwise, and screw the head back on. You should have no problems after that.What is the partial pressure of SOBr2?why do we have to convert it to atm?
How Long Should Freon Refrigerant Last in a Heat Pump Air Conditioner?
I work in the a/c business, though not a tech so I can pretty much tell you that the newer units are somewhat cheap & not lasting as long as some older models. Every day I get calls on 2 yr old units & up (usually under 7 yrs old) not working right. On the flip side of that we service 30 & 40 yr old units, but the secret to their longevity is yearly maintenance as well as being made in a different time. Everything now is seems like it is disposable & not meant to last - it's called repeat business I guess. We do not make them here, just service & install them. Although the units are designed to withstand the elements, they do collect dust, cobwebs & anything else that is blowing in the wind & just as you would regularly change the oil in your car, so too you should regularly have the air conditioner & furnace tuned up & cleaned once a year. I recommend a spring tune up for a/c & a fall tune up for the furnace. Be picky as to who you have out & let work on your unit (call BBB) - if it is still under warranty, check with those who installed it - they may do tune ups & you do not want to void your warranty1. How do I know if the heat pump in my home has supplemental heat?The indoor unit will have more than a 15 amp two pole breaker. A 15 amp 220 volt breaker is all that you would have for controls and a blower motor for the inside unit. If you had some resistance heat (electric heat) you will have additional breakers for the indoor unit (double 220 volt).2. Do natural gas heat pumps produce more moisture in the winter than an electric heat pump?Then you must reside near Scranton or up in the Poconos. Natural gas as it comes out of the well has a lot of moisture, but by the time it goes through the separator and then into whatever pipeline it is going into the gas is relatively dry. I would still not hesitate to use a Humidifier for any type of heat, especially in the winter when everything is shut up.3. Electrical- What size wire and breaker for Geothermal heat pump install?It should be labeled minimum circuit amps. #10 wire up to 30 amps. Should also be labeled maximum fuse size. Probably a 45 or 50 amp breaker. Read the label on the unit carefully and you should find what you need.4. When I turn on my central heat, it blows cold air and does not heat up. I think it is a heat pump system. Help?Knock on it see if it fix, at least temporary, the problem5. Does anyone know how intall a thermostat for a heat pump?what-a-what? can u explain your situation more?6. If we place a refrigerator in a temperature lower than the refrigerator can provide, will the refrigerator act as a heat pump or as a refrigerator?A refrigerator is always by definition, a heat pump. So I assume the question you mean to ask is, will the inside the refrigerator become warmer than the outside. In short, no. Refrigerators normally have the temperature sensor in the fresh food compartment. So if the cold control is satisfied, (the fridge temperature is at or below the set-point) the compressor wo not come on. The fridge and freezer temperatures will eventually equalize* with the temperature outside the machine. Some refrigerators have the sensor in the freezer compartment. Once again, the compressor will run until the sensor is satisfied and (assuming the room is colder than the freezer set-point) both freezer and fridge will eventually cool off to match the ambient temperature.Let's suppose you could trick the compressor into running all the time. Thing about a refrigerator is, it's a heat pump designed to work in one direction only. The refrigerant cools when it changes phase from liquid to gas. This happens only (and immediately) after it exits the expansion valve. And the refrigerant gets hot when it is compressed (causing it to condense into a liquid. ) The refrigerant, and therefore the heat, can only move in one direction:n1. Compressorn2. Condenser (smaller high-pressure tubing)n3. Expansion Valve (most commonly a capillary tube)n4. Evaporator (larger, low pressure tubing in the freezer section)n5. Compressor.In order to get heat from ambient into the freezer compartment, you have to move the refrigerant from:n1. Compressorn2. "Evaporator" (tubing in the freezer section)n3. Expansion Valve (most commonly a capillary tube)n4. "Condenser" (tubing under the fridge)n5. Compressor.In a refrigerator there's no way to make the gas flow in the other direction. A standard "heat pump" uses a couple of solenoid controlled valves to accomplish this (and the tubing is sized differently. )R-134a (the most common refrigerant in residential refrigerators) wo not evaporate below -20F. If you managed to set up the conditions (ambient air temperature
I Assume That If the Hose Leading From the Bottom of the Radiator to the Water Pump Is Cool After Ru
I assume that if the hose leading from the bottom of the radiator to the water pump is cool after running.....?well for one your thermostat may not have opened after 20 minutes of run time or your thermostat may not be opening at all. the water pump does not have enough pressure to force open the thermostat so dont rule it out just yet— — — — — —How a water pump is selected?First, you look at the requirements. The pump will deliver water from a source to a destination. If the destination is higher than the source, you need a pump. The difference in elevation will tell you what pressure the pump needs to provide. The amount of water that needs to be delivered will tell you the capacity of the pump. Most pumps have a volume versus pressure chart that will tell you if it will work for your situation. Donu2019t forget the pressure drop caused by the pipeu2019s resistance to flow. That will give you an idea of the size of pipe that will be required. Then there is the issue of power required. The pump will require some kind of power input. Usually this is electricity, but electricity may not be available at the location and you have to run power lines. The place where you put the pump makes a difference. For example, if the requirement is to start and stop the flow that is downhill and the high point between the inlet and outlet is less than about 20 feet, a siphon can be used. To start the flow, pull the air out of the tube until the water flows and then turn off the pump. No outside power source required. I have seen this used as the spillway control on a low dam. If the flow is to be uphill, then you have to consider the fluid friction in the pipe. This requires energy to overcome. Using too small a pipe will make the pump work harder and cost more for the energy. However, the larger pipe will cost more but thatu2019s a one-time cost. The additional pump power for a smaller pipe will be a continuing cost. If the location is not served by electrical power, then some other power source will be required. This may a windmill, a water wheel, a steam engine, or human power. A water wheel in a stream can provide power to pump some of the water uphill. Itu2019s not hard to do these things but it can get tedious.How a water pump is selected?How do you choose a water pump?— — — — — —Could my Water pump be weak?could be the thermostat, if its the water pump it will leak, may need to flush your system and check the thermostat— — — — — —Is $260 too much to pay to replace the water pump in my 94 Jeep Cher. 2.5, 4 cyl., parts & labor?It's not unreasonable at all once you include labor charges. It's very unreasonable when you consider how easy it is to do yourself. Jeeps have very accessible engines. Drain the radiator fluid, remove the belt, and the water pump is very accessible and very easy to replace. Then again, you could say the same thing about oil changes. I do not see why anyone pays someone else to do those, either. (On the other hand, a Ford would be worth the price to have someone else do it. I changed the water pump on an old LTD and I swear the engineers designing that engine were responding to a barroom bet, "Is it possible to start with a water pump and mount the rest of the engine onto a single part?")— — — — — —How do i replace a water pump pulley? For a mazda protege?i have two cars of yours and never even with my older cars happend to me before i guess you tighten the belt too strong and thats why it get broken but any way ill told you how to do it (take over both belts, and if you will more confortable take out the p/s pump too) the water pump has 4 10mm bolts so you need a long wrench, you will use the circle section of the wrench that will prevent bad coupling on the bolt and here it comes the bad part of it the water pump will spin when you try to loose the bolts so you will need a vise grip (is pressure thing for hold things, my bad english sorry) in spanish is alicate de presion for hold the water pump from spinning and you are done is not an easy task make the vise grip hold the water pump but is better than replace the water pump because you will need to change timming on the car too
How Do I Replace Water Pump 2002 Saturn Vue, 6 Cyl.?
i dont really know what the engine looks like in that car but changing the water pump isnt an easy thing. you have to remove the timing belts and there might be more then one. drain all the coolant out of your car (there should be a drain hole somewere at the bottome of the ratiator) remove the botom radiator hose that is attached to the water pump then you take out the bolts mounitng holding the waterpump, and depending one how you engine is posioned it might be the biggest pain in the world to just reach your water pump! let along wrap a rachet around it! well anyway if you get that far, you pull it out then make sure to remove the gasket was left behind on the engine block, and then just do that backwards with the new one! haha i know this isnt a really indeatail explanation but its the general idea. i would suggest on buying a repair manual for the car, it will have what you have to do to change the water pump and everything else you could posible want to fix on your car, and it comes with pictures! haha its a good investment (lol its only like $20) good luck! sorry i couldnt be of any more help!1. 03 saturn vue dim headlights?You could have the wrong headlight bulb installed. The headlight lens could be less clear. It could be poorly aimed. If you have daytime running lights then is a control relay connected to the left rail, up under the front left tire. If you turn your wheels to the right and grab a flashlight you will see it mounted right out in the open. It's the size of a business card and does rot out. I worked at a collision center for a few years and we did many Vue's and a few had this issue. Your parts dept. will be able to show you an image of it's location if you pay them a visit. Inspect it and if one of the wires are bad that may be the issue. If the Saturn dealer has a few in stock it may be this very reason as it's a common on those vehicles. Very bad location to install a headlamp relay.2. I have a 2006 Saturn VUE that is terrible & dangerous on slick surfaces. Besides tires what could cause this?I am going to throw out, for discussion purposes, that you consider that it might be the way YOU drive on those slick surfaces. MANY people fail to adjust the way they drive for different weather conditions. In other words, they drive exactly the same way on wet roads as they do on dry surfaces. They depend, too much, on the technology and equipment to keep them safe, and not consider that the operator of the vehicle has to make adjustments, because the car cannot.3. Car taking a long time to accelerate? (Saturn Vue 2003)?Did one of your spark plug wires come loose or off?4. where is the theromstat on a 2002 saturn vue V6?i own a repair shop,and all you have to do is follow the top radiator hose down to the engine,and you,ll see a housing,,its under that housing,,you,ll have to drain some of the coolant off of it though,and then you can remove it,,just be sure and clean the old gasket off before you install the new one,and do not over tighten the bolts,,other than that there real easy to replace,,good luck with it,i hope this help,s.,,have a good x-mas5. Why is Vue.js being adopted so slowly?If this observation is based on the fact that VueJS does not get a lot of visibility as compared to ReactJS, Angular and other JS frameworks making the headlines in the programming community (Reddit, HackerNews), then YES, it is quite easy to assume that VueJS is being adopted slowly.Part of the reason as well is that VueJS does not have the backing of corporate bigwigs, who can advertise and push their products to the developers and decision makers across.We also need to take account the herd mentality prevalent among people - that is, using the stuff that everyone seems to be raving about. In essence though, it is a very good time to be a developer given with the choices we have at hand to build and ship software products. At the end of the day, organizations whose core business is anything other than software, their focus is having a solid product that caters to their needs
Baseline Testing - Do Water Pumps Suck Power? - Hot Rod Magazine
Baseline Testing - Do Water Pumps Suck Power? - Hot Rod MagazineThe Premise In our world, engine accessories are a power-robbing necessity. That's why aftermarket companies have come up with parts to minimize the losses. But is the power lost by spinning these accessories worth the money spent trying to offset the losses? We wondered how much power it took to spin a high-flow water pump versus a stocker, so we dyno-tested both setups on an engine, then compared the results with the same engine using an electric water pump. We went a step further and bolted up a set of underdrive pulleys to see if we could get back some of the power eaten up by the mechanical water pumps. Finally, we put a high-output alternator into the mix to see how much power it ate up when under a load. The Stuff Our baseline testing was done using a Meziere Series 100 electric water pump (PN WP101U, $309.95 at This pump flows 35 gallons per minute, draws 8 amps of current, and weighs just 51?2 pounds. We also picked two mechanical water pumps from Summit. The first was an aluminum Weiand Action Plus (PN WND9240, $97.95), which weighs 6.85 pounds. Its six-blade, stamped-steel impeller not only flows better than a stocker but is said to reduce cavitation at high speeds. The Action Plus is a street/strip type of pump with a heavy-duty shaft and premium bearing, and it's leak-tested at the factory. The second pump was an iron GMB North America replacement pump (PN 130-1250, $35.95) that features a high-flow impeller, sealed bearings, and a forged housing designed to increase flow. It weighed 13.15 pounds. Finally, we added a Powermaster high-output alternator (PN 478021, $188.95) to the accessory drive to see how much power it consumed. This one-wire alternator puts out 80 amps at idle speed and 140 amps max, more than enough to power electric fuel pumps, a huge audio system, or whatever else you want to attach to the battery. 78) was used here. We made three pulls with each combination of parts, made sure the water and oil temps were identical at the start of each pull, then averaged the results using SuperFlow's Windyn software. The Results Using the Meziere electric pump and no other accessories, the small-block put out 531.2 hp at 6,600 rpm and 475.9 lb-ft of torque at 5,300 rpm (as an average of the three pulls). We bolted on the Weiand Action Plus water pump and Trans-Dapt 1.0:1 billet aluminum pulleys and found 527.5 hp and 474.5 lb-ft of torque at the same rpm points, resulting in a loss of 3.7 hp and 1.4 lb-ft. Next, we simulated the restriction that a pressurized, closed cooling system would place on the water pump by installing a restrictor plate with a 5/8-inch hole in the water neck. We found no difference in power. We used the Weiand water pump when we tested the Powermaster alternator, wiring it directly to the battery powering the dyno. The battery had a full charge but still needed to power the MSD Digital 7 spark box and Aeromotive A1000 electric fuel pump. The alternator ate up 8.1 hp and almost 4 lb-ft of torque. Conclusions The lightest and most powerful combination of parts was the simplest--the Meziere electric water pump. It was also the most expensive at $309.95. The Weiand/March pulley combo yielded almost the same amount of power output as the electric pump--equipped engine did for $291.83. The Weiand mechanical pump also required less power to turn than the GMB pump, but the GMB pump was $62 cheaper. The question remains as to how well any these cooling combos will cool on the street. An engine dyno wo not tell you that no matter how nicely you ask it. The alternator did sap a substantial amount of power, but if you have a lot of electronics in your hot rod it's certainly an acceptable loss. If you are really concerned about the power loss, you can rig a setup to bypass the alternator at WOT. Bottom Line For some, the simplicity of the electric water pump (no belts or pulleys to fail) is often overshadowed by their worry about it failing, though many of the cars at Drag Week and elsewhere have proved they are pretty reliable. For max power and minimum weight, it's the way to go. Electric water pumps also allow you to cool the engine without having to run it. If the sight of belts spinning pulleys makes you happy, and you do not mind losing a few ponies to parasitic losses, then go with mechanical cooling. The underdrive pulleys will make up most of the lost power, anyway. Finally, we learned that Powermaster makes a really powerful alternator that requires almost double-digit power numbers to spin when it's under load.
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