Buried box pump integrated fire feed pump station XCD series buried box pump integrated fire feed pump station is mainly composed of fixed fire tank, remote control cabinet, fire pumping station, three parts, of which the flow is 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 50 is a fixed fire pump station, and the flow rate is 30 is a remote control fire gun. PSKD series electronically controlled fire cannon is mainly composed of a control system (wireless remote control, wired long-distance electric control), an electric fire main pump body, and a special water supply system for fire protection. All the rotating parts of this product are driven by DC motor, the horizontal rotation control mechanism and the tilt control mechanism can be self-locked at any position, and the magnetic induction switch limit is adopted, which can protect the motor from burning out due to overload caused by mechanical limit. The product is widely used in mining enterprises, petrochemical industry, warehouses, ports and terminals, oil storage tank areas and other places, and is also used to equip fire engines, fire ships, etc. 021. Buried box pump integrated fire pumping stations are widely used in domestic water such as newly built residential areas or office buildings. 2. The integrated fire pump of the buried box pump is widely used in the transformation of the original pneumatic water supply equipment, and can make full use of the original pneumatic tank. 4. Buried box pump integrated fire pumping stations are widely used in those where pools have been built, and can use intelligent pipe network relay boosting (no negative pressure) equipment and water supply methods shared with the pool. In various circulating water systems. Installation of the integrated water tank of the buried tank pump 1. Before installation, carefully check the flow of the pump body for hard matter, so as not to damage the impeller and pump body during operation. 2. The pipeline is not allowed to be added to the pump during installation, so as not to deform the pump and affect the normal operation. 3. Tighten the anchor bolts to avoid the impact of vibration on pump performance when starting. 4. Install regulating valves on the inlet and outlet pipelines of the pump, and the pump force meter to control the operation of the pump within the rated working conditions to ensure the normal use of the pump.