gravel pump

gravel pump

[′grav·əl ‚pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A centrifugal pump with renewable impellers and lining, used to pump a mixture of gravel and water.
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As a result there was a 36% drop in the number of mines in operation in the gravel pump sector which accounts for 43% of total production.
Size gravel pumps (minimum) j: suction 12 inches, 10 inches stamping,
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