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    Submersible Pumps - (763 companies)
    ...centrifugal pumps, condensate pumps, dewatering pumps, fountain pumps, grinder pumps, macerator pumps, micro pumps, sampling pumps, trash pumps, utility pumps and well pumps. An Introduction to Hydraulic Driven Submersible Pump Systems  ... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hydraulic Pumps - (681 companies)
    Hydraulic pumps deliver high-pressure fluid flow to the pump outlet. Hydraulic pumps are powered by mechanical energy sources to pressurize fluid. How to Select Hydraulic Pumps. Image Credit: Haskel International, Inc. | Grainger Industrial Supply... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Centrifugal Pumps - (1198 companies)
    Centrifugal pumps consist of a set of rotating vanes, enclosed within a housing or casing, that are used to impart energy to a fluid through centrifugal force. How to Select Centrifugal Pumps. Image Credit: Lutz-JESCO American Corp. | Price Pump... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Water Pumps - (855 companies)
    ...not contain suspended solids or particulates. These pumps are not so much a type of pump as they are a classification based on the media being transferred. Nearly every pump type that is defined by either a complementary application (fountain water... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Wastewater Pumps - (479 companies)
    ...system. Dosing pumps are low-volume fluid pumps with controllable discharge rates that are used to inject chemical additives into mixing or pumping systems. Fountain pumps supply flow to fountains, grinder pumps shred solids, macerator pumps empty... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Sump Pumps - (346 companies)
    ...and ballast pumps, centrifugal pumps, cantilever pumps, sewage pump pumps, submersible sump pumps and utility pumps, among others. All of these styles may be driven by any of the following power sources, AC power, DC power, hydraulically actuation... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Well Pumps - (193 companies)
    ...a number of other pump types, such as jet pumps, submersible pumps, mud pumps, and bladder pumps. Well pumps may be used for other applications beyond well water collection, such as unloading barges, small tankers or storage tanks, and may include pumping... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Fountain Pumps - (46 companies)
    ...such as waterfalls. Image Credit: PondUSA. Types. Fountain pumps can be classified into types based on a number of factors: operating method, application, and whether the pump is external or submersible. Operation. All pumps are designed to operate... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Condensate Pumps - (202 companies)
    ...displacement pumps operate using expanding and contracting cavities through which the fluid travels. They provide steady, low capacity flow and high pressure. Both of these pump types are subject to cavitation which occurs if pressure inside the pump is too... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Gear Pumps - (524 companies)
    ...piping. Flow in gear pumps is determined by the size of the cavity (volume) between the gear teeth, the speed of rotation (rpm) of the gears, and the amount of slippage (reverse flow). Slip increases as the pump wears. The volumetric efficiency of gear... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...to achieve the. desired hydraulic performance. Past practices have approximated head and fl ow at best. effi ciency for new designs, but it has been diffi cult to predict. In centrifugal pumps which utilize a chopping action between. A submersible centrif-. the impeller and suction plate, the main...

...by a series of electric submersible pumps. of the water mixed with the groundwater. At. with higher permeability and a potential to pump significantly. the surface, there will be two pipelines. One will be the driv-. higher groundwater volumes per well than could be pumped by. ing (pressure...

submersible pumps, liquid level sensors and control systems. The nature of wastewater, storm water, sewage and refuse pumped through lift stations requires material compatibility with moderately harsh and corrosive media. Lift station storage tanks are often constructed of concrete. Submersible pumps...

...individual, submersible pumps for each well rather than multiple wellpoints that connect to a common pump. Deep wells are high volume systems that can pump up to thousands of gallons of water per minute.      . Horizontal wells are another system that can be implemented using horizontal directional...

...eight lift stations, with 16 ITT. tionally correcting the unstable F/M. lowed by 2 hours of settling, and then. Flygt submersible pumps, ranging. ratio. 2 hours of decant/idle to complete the. from 7.5 hp up to 100 hp. The 12-inch. Marietta, Ga.-based Gaskins. cycle. The decanted supernatant is di...

...of water to control the ship 's buoyancy or center of gravity, balance, draft, and propeller immersion. Ballast tanks are located at the bottom of a ship 's hull at the fore, aft, and sides of the ship in order to maintain a low center of gravity and balance. Industrial pressure transmitters are used...

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