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Specifications
   Discharge Size       Size of the pump discharge or outlet connection. 
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   Horsepower       Horsepower (hp) is a unit in the foot-pound-second (fps) or English system. Used to express the rate at which mechanical energy is expended. Horsepower is the work done at the rate of 550 foot-pounds per second and it is equivalent to 745.7 watts. 
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   Maximum Discharge Flow       The maximum flow the pump is designed to generate. This value is dependent on the system or pressure head the pump must enter. 
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   Maximum Discharge Pressure       The maximum pressure the pump is designed to generate.  
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Power Source
           
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   None, Pump Only       Pump mechanism only. The pump is not supplied with a power source. Typically, a drive shaft for connection of motor or other power source is provided. 
   AC Powered       Pump operates on a form of AC voltage. 
   DC Powered       Pump operates on a form of DC voltage. 
   Air / Pneumatic       Pump is powered by a compressed air source. 
   Gasoline / Diesel Engine       Pump is powered by either a gasoline or diesel engine. 
   Hydraulic       Pump is powered by a hydraulic system.  
   Manual       Pump is driven manually by hand or foot power. 
   Natural Gas       Pump is powered by natural gas. 
   Solar Powered       A pump that gets its power from solar energy. 
   Steam       Pump is powered by steam. 
   Water       Pump is powered by a flowing or pressurized water source. 
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Pump Type
           
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   Agitator Pumps       For industrial, mining, milling, and power plants or anywhere slurry solids accumulate. These pumps agitate the media around the inlet. Since water always flows to the path of least resistance, a pump without mechanical agitation will only pump the water, leaving the solids behind to accumulate around your pump intake, and eventually starving the pump by blocking the intake. Agitator pumps deliver kinetic energy to slurry solids surrounding the pump intake, re-suspending them into a fluid state. These solids, which would have otherwise buried and starved the pump of liquid, are pulled into the pump and pushed on through the discharge, keeping the intake clear and free of slurry accumulation. 
   Bilge / Ballast Pumps       Pumps used onboard boats and ships to remove water from the bilge or to load or remove water for ballast. 
   Cantilever Pumps       Motor and seals are kept away from the pumped media. The pump has an elongated drive shaft and is submerged in the media. They have no submerged seals, bearings, bushings, or suction check valves. The cantilever or overhung shaft is supported by heavy-duty ball bearings that are located above the pumped liquid.  
   Circulation Pumps       Pumps that are used to keep media circulating through the distribution or process system. 
   Diaphragm Pumps       Diaphragm pumps are the most common industrial PD pumps. They are sometimes referred to as a membrane pump. A typical configuration consists of a single diaphragm, a chamber, and suction and discharge check valves to prevent backflow. The piston can either be directly coupled to the diaphragm or can force a hydraulic oil to drive the diaphragm. Variations include bellows-type diaphragms, hydraulically actuated double diaphragms, and air-operated, reciprocating double-diaphragms. 
   Dosing Pumps       Dosing pumps are low-volume fluid pumps with controllable discharge rates to inject chemical additives into the mixing or pumping system. They are frequently used to efficiently inject difficult-to-mix fluids into batch-tank systems because of their low volume. 
   Fountain Pumps       Pumps that are designed to supply flow to fountains. Fountains are used for esthetic purposes, as well as aeration in residential, commercial, and industrial applications. 
   Grinder Pumps       A mechanical device that shreds solids and raises sewage to a higher elevation through pressure sewers. A sewage grinder pump will discharge a finely ground slurry into a small diameter pressure pipe. In a low-pressure sewer system (LPSS) the piping downstream of the grinder pump will typically be under low pressure, 60psi or less. 
   Lift Stations       A pump station that contains pumps, valves and electrical equipment necessary to pump water or wastewater. 
   Macerator Pumps       Macerator pumps are designed to empty holding tanks of sewage. They typically include a bronze cutter to grind waste down to a small particle size. 
   Mixing Pumps       Mixing pumps are used for mixing applications within the contents of a drum, tank or other container. 
   Mixed Flow Pumps       A centrifugal pump in which the pressure is developed partly by centrifugal force and partly by the lifting action of the impellers on the water. 
   Progressing Cavity Pumps       Progressing cavity pumps are a type of rotary positive displacement pump designed to transfer fluid or media with suspended solids or slurries from the suction side of the pump to the discharge side of the pump from storage tanks or through pipelines. Advantages of progressing cavity pumps include moving viscous media at lower velocities.  
   Positive Displacement Pumps       Positive displacement pumps use a mechanical force to push liquid through and out of the pump. Rotating gears, reciprocating pistons or diaphragms are the most common types of positive displacement pumps. These pumps are suitable for higher viscosity liquids or when pressure requirements are high. 
   Sampling Pumps       Pumps used for extracting a small amount media from its main body for analysis. 
   Sump Pumps       A sump pump is an automatic water pump installed in a contained compartment to remove unwanted water build-up that threatens to encroach on living or equipment space. 
   Submersible Pumps       These pumps are mounted in the tank with the solution. The motor is normally contained in an oil filled cavity that is protected for contact with the liquid by a lip or mechanical seal. They can be designed to pump large solids or grind solids to smaller sizes, transfer wastewater at large flow rates or high pressures, or just pick up water off the floor or the bottom of a tank. 
   Trash Pumps       Portable pump and power source typically for dewatering applications. Can handle media with high solids content. 
   Utility Pumps       Pumps for the general transfer of fluids. 
   Wastewater Treatment Pumps       All types of pumps used in the process of wastewater treatment. 
   Other       Other unlisted or specialized pumps. 
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