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Eductors & Syphons

Water Jet Sand & Mud Eductors and Syphons

Principle of Operation

Fig. 224 Water Jet Sand and Mud Eductors are used in 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. They are ideal for handling the heavy sludge residue from refining operations. A high pressure liquid produces a high velocity jet that entrains the suction material. This mixture is then discharged through a vertical pipe.

Fig. 225 Sand and Mud Syphons are also designed for pumping out pits and receptacles where there is an accumulation of sand, mud, sludge, or similar materials. The Syphon is submerged in the material being handled which it entrains and discharges vertically. A high pressure gas produces a high velocity jet than entrains the suction material. This mixture is then discharged through a vertical pipe.

Advantages

Water Jet Sand and Mud Eductor or Sand and Mud Syphon turbulence created by the agitating jets keeps the solids in suspension for more efficient removal. Like the other eductors and syphons, there are no moving parts and nozzles are easily replaced. Portability of design gives these units ideal flexibility in covering wide areas of sand and mud.

Applications

Sand and Mud Eductor
Used in land bridges in forestry service.
Cleaning hydro pump sumps.
Underwater research vessel.
Sand and Mud Syphon
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.

For more detailed info about Water Jet Sand & Mud Eductors, Bulletin 2M & Bulletin 2M Supp. Literature.

For more detailed info about Sand & Mud Syphons, Bulletin 2A Literature.

To submit a Request for Quote (RFQ) for Water Jet Sand & Mud Eductors and Sand & Mud Syphons, Adobe PDF or submit an online interactive RFQ Form for Eductor / Syphon.


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