Plunger Pump


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plunger pump

[′plən·jər ‚pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A reciprocating pump where the packing is on the stationary casing instead of the moving piston.

Plunger Pump

 

(also ram pump), a positive-displacement simple lift pump with an actuating member in the form of a plunger. Plunger pumps are used mostly for the metered transfer of liquids under high pressure.

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