single-stage pump

single-stage pump

[′siŋ·gəl ¦stāj ′pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A pump in which the head is developed by a single impeller.
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110 - centrifugal, vertical, single-stage pump unit with single-entry impeller
Changes in the single-stage pump efficiency of the all metal screw pump are used to analyze the effect of the clearance on the pump efficiency.
They include two double-entry pumps from 1913 and a single-stage pump from 1916.
Pfeiffer's rotary vane pumps are offered in two configurations: a single-stage pump system with a cover inlet pressure range of 1,000 to approximately 0.
The standard 1,950 USgpm (7,3811pm) single-stage pump provides fire suppression output to all discharges at 240psi, delivering full capacity of all discharges simultaneously.
In the standard hydraulics package, a Parker single-stage pump is belt driven off the engine.
The UNO 30M rotary vane pump is a single-stage pump with magnetic coupling to maximize uptime performance and eliminate oil leaks.
The power plants include four single-stage pump turbines 250 mw with a variable-speed motor / generator as well as auxiliary and auxiliary systems.
integrated water tank, 500 gpm single-stage pump, 50 gal.
Each HEWATT is each equipped with a 2,500 gallon integrated water tank, 500 gpm single-stage pump, 50 gallon foam cell, 250 gpm front bumper mounted turret/monitor, Detroit Diesel 8V92TA electronic engine, two-person seating, an 8 x 8 axle configuration, Oshkosh two-speed transfer case and LED lighting.
The new HL160M is a single-stage pump set capable of heads tO 600 ft.
They also use more horsepower than the single-stage pumps to create higher vacuums, up to 12"Hg.