How to deal with loud water pump noise
How to deal with noisy water pumps
1. If there is a problem with the design of the water pump or if the materials are used improperly, it can cause the rotating blades to not slide properly, and then there is an exhaust dead gap inside the water pump, which can cause the rotating blades to hit the cylinder wall and produce noise. At this point, it is necessary to repair the water pump in a timely manner, or use an exhaust guide groove to eliminate the dead gap.
2. If the water pump sucks in a relatively large amount of water and the water pump circulates to produce a large amount of oil, the noise generated will also be relatively high, and the valve material will also be damaged to a certain extent. So, it is necessary to control the oil inlet volume well, and the closure of the valve plate also needs to be timely and have good tightness.
3. Then, when the echo inside the water pump or the amount of air generated by bubble rupture is large, the noise emitted will also be greater. In fact, it means that during the ventilation period or during the ventilation period, the noise will become louder. If the gas balance can be adjusted at this time, it would be better to adjust it under appropriate conditions.
4. If the amount of gas and oil discharged is relatively large, it is highly likely to impact components such as the oil plate, which will generate significant noise. If the rigidity of the parts is insufficient or if they are not securely connected, the noise will still increase. This is to ensure that it has sufficient stiffness, and if it needs to be connected to other accessories, the noise generated can be reduced by clamping rubber.
I believe that through the above content, everyone has a certain understanding of the reasons for the excessive noise of water pumps and the specific treatment methods. If you want to improve this aspect of the problem, the most important thing is to first identify the cause and then take targeted measures to ensure that there are abnormal phenomena during the later use of the water pump.