pump off

pump off

[′pəmp ‚ȯf]
(petroleum engineering)
In an oil well, to pump so rapidly that the oil level drops below the pump's standing valve.
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We couldn't find another SCADA system that was capable of supporting applications for metering, compressors, salt water disposal, and pump off controllers.
If your pump will be unattended, consider installing a float that automatically shuts the pump off when the water level becomes too low, then restarts as the level rises.
Shutting the pump off at a high vacuum level will only mean it will cycle on and off.
If they see you walk away, some places, they'll shut the pump off,'' he said.
It can remove up to 8000 litres per hour, dirt and debris up to 25mm in diameter and operates using an intelligent float switch system which turns the pump off when the water level drops below operating height.
Operators can simply pump off the clear water and remove the settled solids with a loader.
The expansion is driven by Cygnet's strategy to develop pumps for landfills sites that pump off water and enable the extraction of gas.
Operators are then faced with running motors at lower pumping rates to keep motor temperatures in safe operating areas, and also with a larger head of fluid to make sure the pump does not pump off.
Big-hitters seem likely to flourish (Charl Schwartzel, Ernie Els, Alvaro Quiros and Pablo Martin are former winners who possess plenty of pump off the tee) and those with experience of Leopard Creek, which is staging its seventh Dunhill, should hit the ground running Key attribute Power
I remember hitting a puddle coming home from a race and I ripped the fuel pump off the bottom so my poor dad had to come out and tow me home.
We met some of those crewmen on board Fedra a couple of days later when we were starting to pump off the oil.
2 [degrees]F C Well Pump On 88 [degrees]F C Well Pump Off 75 [degrees]F H Well Pump On 40 [degrees]F H Well Pump Off 49 [degrees]F Loop Pump kW 8.