suction pump


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suction pump

[′sək·shən ‚pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A pump that raises water by the force of atmospheric pressure pushing it into a partial vacuum under the valved piston, which retreats on the upstroke.

suction pump

A pump which raises water, or draws water in plumbing, by producing a partial vacuum within a pipe.
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A wireless receiver 18 is monitoring the temperature of the backsheet and as soon as it complies with the desired set point (a temperature gradient), it will close an electrical circuit that will turn on the suction pump 19.
The investigation by the DEHNR revealed that the wading pool where this injury occurred had a three-quarter-horsepower suction pump that was not linked to the adjacent adult pool or any other outlet.
It amplifies washer agitation by a suction pump that removes flake from the pre-separation wash unit and pumps it into the float/sink tank.
Officers also found a suction pump and chemicals from eastern Europe believed to be used in abortions.
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05 C, powerful pressure and suction pump system, a built-in programmer with timer for temperature ramping, digital and analog interfaces for seamless integration, and safety and early warning functions.
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Supply of an agricultural tractor with trailer for public cleaning works, two 4 M3 exhaustion tanks & a suction pump with the driving shaft.
Contract notice: Supply of vehicle (auto) 4x4 suction pump of 6 000 liters minimum capacity for speis of donostia-san sebastin.