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Eductors & Syphons

Water Jet Eductors Overview

Water Jet Eductors utilize a high pressure fluid to handle a low pressure fluid and discharge the mixture against an intermediate pressure using the venturi principle. Ejectors of this type are used throughout industry for pumping and mixing operations.

Water Jet Eductors consist of a converging diverging nozzle, a body and a diffuser.


Water Jet Eductor Types

Water Jet Eductor
(designed for liquid pumping and mixing operations and can handle some solids in the liquid stream)
Automatic Water Jet Eductor
(used to pump out sumps (pits, tanks, etc.); specially designed snap valve allows for automatic operation without electrical connections or external power)
Condensate and Mixing Eductor
(designed to mix two liquids intimately in various proportions in operations where the pressure liquid is the greater proportion of the mixture)
Tank Mixing Eductor
(used to agitate liquid and to mix two or more liquids intimately within a tank or other vessel without the use of baffles or moving parts inside the tank)
Hopper-Equipped Eductor
(made for handling slurries or dry solids in granular form)
Annular Multi-Nozzle Eductor
(have high air handling capacities and are particularly well suited for priming large pumps such as dredging pumps which frequently encounter air pockets)
Water Jet Sand and Mud Eductor
(ideal for pumping out wells, pits, tanks, or sumps where there is an accumulation of sand, mud, or other material not easily handled by the standard eductor)

Steam Jet Syphons Overview

Steam Jet Syphons are similar to the Water Jet Eductor however, they use steam as the motive force to pump, mix liquids and handle solids. In operation, steam under pressure discharges at high velocity through a nozzle and entrains the suction liquid or slurry. Both the Water Jet Eductor and the Steam Jet Syphon can be used for the handling of corrosive or abrasive liquids and solids. Their design simplicity, absence of moving parts, and because they can be made from any machineable material, make them ideal for a multitude of applications.


Steam Jet Syphon Types

Steam Jet Syphon
(Steam, air or gas under pressure is used to pump, mix liquids and handle solids)
Automatic Steam Jet Syphon
(used to pump out sumps (pits, tanks, etc.); specially designed snap valve allows for automatic operation without electrical connections or external power)
Jet Syphon
(designed for use where solids or semi-solids must be passed through the pump)
Sand and Mud Syphon
(designed for pumping out pits and receptacles where there is an accumulation of sand, mud, sludge, or similar materials)

General Applications:

Pressurize liquid to entrain another liquid; Lifting pumping mixing and agitating liquids granular solids and slurries; Draining flooded areas, Emptying tanks and sumps; Pumping and mixing operations in oil treating systems; Dewatering sand and coal barges; Continuous blending; Pumping food products; Pumping sand and filter clay; Tank mixing and blending; Control water level; Removal of condensate; Handling granular solids; Condensing and mixing; Automatic pumping; Waste treatment operation; Introduce water treating compound into boiler feed water; Producing emulsions; Control level in latex sump in chemical processing; Control level of waste in photo and glass sumps in chemical processing; Supplying heated water to jackets of stills and graining bowls; Intermittent pumping of liquids from tanks and pits; Pipeline heater; Pumping waste water from quench tanks and cleaning inline pipes with heated water in steel processing; Draining large receptacles of waste process; Introducing anti-knock agents and coloring additives into gasoline; Removal of condensate in power industry; Mixing hydrocarbons with caustic in power generation; Blending chemical solutions; Tank liquid agitation; Maintain solids in suspension; Handling granular solids and combine into solutions; Used to wet down gelgard, use for aerial fire fighting in chemical processing plants; Carbon transfer and waste carbon system; Mix dry powder into solutions; Batch mixing of dry powder in tank feeds; Eliminate need for mechanical mixers in tanks; Pumping sludge without clogging; Pumping sludge out of petroleum refinery tanks; Waste treatment operation in petroleum refineries; Used in land bridges in forestry service; Cleaning hydro pump sumps; Underwater research vessel; Uses waste steam from turbines to drain open outside holding sumps in power industry; Aboard ship for drainage of laundry holding tank; Hatchery and fish transport; Pumping filtrate from vacuum vessels and condensate from surface condensers; Supplying heated water to the jackets of stills and graining bowls; Removing liquid from pickling baths; Extracting chemicals in reaction chambers; Moving powdered material or material in granular form; Filling and emptying gas holder tanks; Handling soap solutions in textile plants; Pumping sugar juice and various liquids in canning plants.


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