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).
This makes them ideal for demanding applications such as in-line pumps; booster, centrifugal and non-clog pumps; vertical turbine; mix flow; and propeller pumps.
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.
TVA employee Norman Bookout suggested the replacement of a central 50 hp (37 kW) pump and one 5 hp (3.7 kW) pump with 46 in-line pumps that cycle on and off with each heat pump.