Products/Services for Aviation Fuel Pump

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    Fuels and Fuel Products - (403 companies)
    ...such as butane and propane, and other combustible fluids or materials. They are used mainly in the aviation, marine, and automotive industries. Most fuels and fuel products are supplied, refined and distributed by different organizations. In the United... Learn More
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    Fuel Dispensing Equipment - (96 companies)
    Fuel dispensing equipment dispenses and monitors all types of liquid and gaseous fuel. Fuel dispensing equipment dispenses and monitors liquid or gaseous fuel. Fuel dispensers are used to pump liquid fuels such as gasoline, diesel fuel, oil... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hydraulic Pumps - (674 companies)
    Hydraulic pumps deliver high-pressure fluid flow to the pump outlet. Hydraulic pumps are powered by mechanical energy sources to pressurize fluid. Hydraulic pumps are positive displacement pumps which pressurize hydraulic fluid in order to do work... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fluid Transfer Pump Systems - (285 companies)
    ...this compression in fluid transfer pump systems. Fluid transfer pump systems use many different types of fluid transfer pumps: axial, bladder, cantilever, centrifugal, circumferential piston, diaphragm, double diaphragm, dosing or metering, drum, gear, hand... Learn More
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    Booster Pumps - (279 companies)
    ...system. Booster pumps are considered centrifugal pumps, relying on one or more impellers to draw and move fluid. For more information on the principles of centrifugal pump operation, visit the Centrifugal Pumps page on Engineering360. Specifications... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fueling Nozzles and Receptacles - (59 companies)
    ...regulatory requirements and quality standards. Simplex fuel nozzles, duplex fuel nozzles, and specialized fueling nozzles and receptacles for aviation fuels (avgas) are also available. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Combustion Engines - (242 companies)
    ...aircraft use kerosene-based jet fuel, while aircraft with piston or Wankel engines use what is called avgas (aviation gasoline). Other fuels that can be used to power certain types of engines include vegetable oil, hydrogen, butane, and wood (via... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Handles and Pulls (industrial) - (458 companies)
    Industrial handles and industrial pulls are hardware components that are grasped by hand and manipulated to perform a service. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Storage Tanks and Process Tanks - (1800 companies)
    ...of construction will dictate the application that is suitable for the tank. Common industries and applications that use storage tanks and process tanks include: Chemical processing. Cosmetics processing. Food and beverage processing. Oil and fuel... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fuel Testers - (32 companies)
    ...naphtha, propane, and natural gas or methane. Fuel testers for aviation fuel or jet fuel, gasoline, fuel oil, hydrogen, naphtha, and wood are also available. Diesel fuels are made from petroleum or from natural sources such as vegetable oils... Search by Specification | Learn More

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The aviation industry continues to grow and expand. Form the smallest airstrip to the largest international airport, all planes require fuel. This can range from fueling a 2- seater Cessna with an FM approved 210A HAND PUMP to refueling a Boeing 777. With the strainers, filterseparators, meters...

...and regeneratively cooled; liquid fuel cools the engines before being burned. The engines burn isopropyl alcohol and liquid oxygen. To get fuel to the engine, Xcor engineers decided to pressurize the fuel tanks rather than adding pumps. So the team had to add a cylindrical fuel tank beneath the fuselage...

...that changes its buoyancy, a form of gravity, to float on the surface of the sea or cruise 300 ft below it. If the design pans out, the plane won't need any fossil fuel and will have a virtually unlimited range. Hunter, an aviation enthusiast and president of , Pass Christian, Miss. ( ), says...

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