in-line pump

in-line pump

A pump supported directly by the system piping (i.e., the piping carries the weight of the pump); usually mounted vertically to save floor space, with its weight centered over the piping.
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This engine improves the heat transfer efficiency of the cooling system by more than 30%, and uses a high pressure injection mechanical in-line pump and exhaust gas recirculation ("EGR") technology.
According to the brochure, the Mark III In-Line Pump is designed with the unique SealSentry[TM] seal chambers including models with flow modifiers which redirect flow from circumferential to axial.
The space-saving integrated design of the gear pump allows additional process tasks to be realized on a screw section arranged downstream from the in-line pump (figure 5).
Mercedes-Benz has never before chosen a rotary pump over an in-line pump for a diesel engine and a dedicated team of Lucas engineers has worked in collaboration with this customer for five years to realize the launch of the EPIC system on the new OM 604 four-valve per cylinder engine which equips the new C 220 diesel passenger car.
The Work includes replacing two existing natural gas fired hot water boilers and four in-line pumps at Osbourn High School.
In-line pumps move the solution through the system under a pressure of about 207 kilopascals (30 pounds per square inch).
In medium and heavy trucks, EUI systems are replacing in-line pumps.