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Pumping

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This is due to their design characteristics that allow them to self-prime, run dry, maintain suction lift up to 30 feet (9 meters or 14.7 psia), withstand deadhead pumping conditions, operate while completely submerged and pass solids up to 3 inches (76 mm) in diameter.
Pumping applications account for more than 20% of global electric motor energy consumption and conscientious plant owners have been trying to maximise the efficiency of this equipment for many years.
The contract is for the supply of aggregates and marine pumps in the range: Task 1 pumping units; Task 2 horizontal centrifugal pumps; Task 3 pumping units screw pumps; Task 4 Centrifugal pumps sea water.
They provide a particularly gentle, virtually pulsation-free pumping operation.
Thompson Pump & Manufacturing Co., Port Orange, FL, is now celebrating its 40th year of providing pumps and pumping solutions.
In one of its projects it supplied pumps for a water supply pumping station serving a distance of 140 km.
While in the past 10 years, major technological breakthroughs have occurred in the design of pumping systems--giving design engineers more flexibility than ever before--many engineers are not aware of them.
"They're constantly pumping out the stuff the cell doesn't want inside," Daughton says.
As a companion to the Hydraulic Institute Standards, together with the HI Test Standards, the Engineering Data Book completes the data for solving problems related to the pumping and transfer of fluids.
The meter-mix machine must be capable of pumping a wide range of material viscosities.