Products/Services for Steam Condensate Pump Stations

  • Lift Stations-Image
    Lift Stations - (79 companies)
    Lift stations, also called pumping stations, contain pumps, valves, and electrical equipment necessary to move liquids (usually water, wastewater, or sewage) from low to high elevation. They may be used to overcome inadequate...
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    Water Pumps - (856 companies)
    ...and the like are best handled by wastewater or sewage pumps, water pumps can handle clear water such as these types: Condensate pumps transport or collect and transport condensate collected from a steam system back into the system for reheating and reuse...
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    Hydraulic Pumps - (677 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...
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    Centrifugal Pumps - (1169 companies)
    ...pumps are powered using a compressed air source. Combustion engine (gasoline or diesel) pumps are powered using a gasoline or diesel engine. Hydraulic pumps are powered by a hydraulic system. Steam pumps are powered by steam. Application Considerations...
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    Steam and Gas Turbines - (75 companies)
    Because steam turbines absorb most of the heat before the condensate returns to the boiler, cycle efficiency is relatively high. During the condensing cycle, however, the exhaust steam is brought to a level lower than atmospheric pressure. The cycle...
    Wastewater Pumps - (467 companies)
    ...types of wastewater pumps include lift stations, mixed flow pumps, sampling pumps, sump pumps, submersible pumps, trash pumps, and utility pumps. Features. Wastewater pumps are available with a variety of features. Adjustable speed pumps can operate...
    Liquid Handling Pumps - (2238 companies)
    Steam - pump is powered by steam. References and Resources. Engineering Toolbox - Classifications of Pumps. Mcnally Institute - Open vs. Closed Impeller Design. PumpScout - Pump Types Guide. Pdhengineer - Pumps - Centrifugal vs. Positive...
    Chemical Pumps - (545 companies)
    Chemical pumps are designed for applications requiring greater reliability and durability than conventional pumps. Chemical pumps are designed to move and withstand chemicals and chemical slurries. They are designed and constructed to handle...
    Injection Pumps - (108 companies)
    Injection pumps are designed to inject measured amounts of fluid into a reservoir or production system. They are often used in vehicles for pumping fuel into the cylinders of the engine. Injection pumps are positive displacement pumps that use...
    Turbine Pumps - (251 companies)
    Turbine pumps are centrifugal pumps that use pressure in combination with a rotary mechanism to transfer fluid. They typically employ blade geometry, which causes fluid circulation around the vanes to add pressure from inlet to outlet. Turbine pumps...

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