rotary pump


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rotary pump

n
(General Engineering) engineering a pump in which a liquid is displaced through a shaped stator by a shaped rotor
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- Vacuum exhaust system: Turbo molecular pump, Rotary pump
Lime-scale build-up which can throw the rotor out of balance and lead to premature seal and bearings failure on a pitot-type rotary pump is never a problem with a Cat Pumps reciprocating pump as all the rotating parts are outside the liquid chamber.
Lunn Engineering was established in 1938 as the Rotary Pump Company by Fred and Sidney Lunn.
They will be pressurized by a high pressure rotary pump. The block, bedplate design and crankshaft dimensions are similar to the JCB Dieselmax engine.
To provide that resistance, a rotary pump was mounted so it was driven by the vehicle's jack shaft sprocket.
A shower unit will have a rotary pump attached to a bicycle chain which will take water from the shower tray and pump it up into a ceiling mounted shower head.
The company said Thompson quickly became the market leader as the rotary pump proved to be very efficient at wellpoint dewatering.
One common GA fuel pump is a simple rotary pump with motor-driven vanes rotating inside a chamber, physically moving the fuel from the inlet to the outlet.
The concept behind the rotary pump is particularly ingenious because its rotor, silently sweeping blood along its path, is the only moving part in the device.
"A rotary pump not only pulls air out of the tank, it can reverse the air flow and push air into the tank to discharge it," said Buckner.
Applications for the KT Single-Stage Rotary Pump include vacuum packaging, vacuum furnaces and vacuum coating.