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filter pump

[′fil·tər ‚pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
An aspirator or vacuum pump which creates a negative pressure on the filtrate side of the filter to hasten the process of filtering.
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Plant engineers are well aware that the initial capital cost of a filter pump system pales into insignificance when considering total operating costs.
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