in-line pump

in-line pump

A pump supported directly by the system piping (i.e., the piping carries the weight of the pump); usually mounted vertically to save floor space, with its weight centered over the piping.
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The Grundfos CR vertical, multistage, centrifugal in-line pump family works for water supply, water treatment and almost any industrial solution - including those for high-pressure, hot, dangerous, flammable and aggressive liquids.
According to the brochure, the Mark III In-Line Pump is designed with the unique SealSentry[TM] seal chambers including models with flow modifiers which redirect flow from circumferential to axial.
The space-saving integrated design of the gear pump allows additional process tasks to be realized on a screw section arranged downstream from the in-line pump (figure 5).
Among accomplishments, Armstrong was one of the first to offer the vertical in-line pump (1969) and sensorless pump control (1997).
The 180 employees working at the facility produce The Irvine, California facility manufacturers and supports airframe fuel pumps and systems including boost pumps, transfer pumps, in-line pumps refueling sub-systems, fuel feed sub-systems, aerial refueling pumps, and fuel computers.
The EnviroFlo[TM] VIL series of vertical in-line pumps from Patterson Pump comes in split-coupled and close-coupled configurations.
Its OEM portfolio includes the Gold-Flo, Posi-Flo, Dura-Lift, High Pressure Injector In-Tank and In-line pumps and modules.
In-line pumps move the solution through the system under a pressure of about 207 kilopascals (30 pounds per square inch).
Because of the additional piping required, two larger in-line pumps were selected to replace the previous compressor recirculating glycol pumps.
The Work includes replacing two existing natural gas fired hot water boilers and four in-line pumps at Osbourn High School.
7 kW) pump with 46 in-line pumps that cycle on and off with each heat pump.