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Jet Pumps

Jet Pumps

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  1. Eductors, Ejectors & Jet Pumps

    Eductors, Ejectors & Jet Pumps

    Providing a practical alternative to more complicated and expensive methods, Penberthy jet pumps offer simple, more cost-effective ways to pump, mix or heat a wide range of liquids and gases used in the process industry. Jet pumps can operate with a wide variety of motive liquids and gases. If you recognize any of the following, you can probably use a Penberthy jet pump.






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    Penberthy jet pumps have a myriad of uses. Jet pumps not only pump liquids, they can also heat, mix and blend either in-line or in-tank. Jet pumps can evacuate gases, create a vacuum, boost suction pressures, mix granular solids with liquids and move granular solids with compressed air. In fact, you will be suprised at what a jet pump can do to solve your problem.

  2. Heating Liquids In-Line

    Heating Liquids In-Line

    Many process operations can be heated in-line. With Penberthy in-line mixers, you can heat in-line while transporting the process media from one location to another. Steam jet heaters optimize the condensing of steam into the motive media to provide fluid heating. Penberthy in-line jet heaters are perfect for many types of industries including: food processing, petroleum production & refining, chemical processing, distilling/brewing and many other process operations. If you have a heating problem, a Penberthy jet heater may be the solution.

  3. Heating Liquids In-Tank

    Heating Liquids In-Tank

    There is a definite benefit to being able to heat a liquid in an open tank. Penberthy jet pump in-tank heaters optimize and streamline the operation by completing two jobs at the same time—both heating and circulating the mixture. Installed submerged in the tank, open tank heaters are especially suited for cooking, heating & circulating liquids and they maximize the condensation of steam into operating liquids to provide fluid heating.

  4. Mixing Liquids

    Mixing Liquids

    If any part of your processing operation requires mixing, then Penberthy circulating tank eductors, also known as in-tank mixers, may provide a low cost alternative over other mechanical methods. These units promote more thorough mixing action than either mechanical mixing or air sparging. The flow pattern is easily controlled and provides more complete integration of substances in a wide variety of viscosities and liquids. Penberthy in-tank mixers are inherently non-clogging, and with no moving parts require little or no maintenance. Slurries containing abrasive solids can wear out mechanical mixer blades, involving constant maintenance and process down time.

  5. Pumping Gases with Liquid

    Pumping Gases with Liquid

    In many process operations, it is necessary to evacuate or move a gas. One method of doing this is to use a Penberthy liquid jet pump. These specially designed liquid motive jet pumps offer many advantages over other methods of evacuating or moving gases. The simple design for these units features no moving parts; consequently there is no need for lubrication. As a result, there is little chance of the jet pump wearing out. These jet pumps are a low-cost alternative when compared to other methods of moving gases. Installation is easy; the units are compact and can easily be adapted to almost any installation requirements. Plus, no moving parts means trouble-free operation.

  6. Pumping Gases with Steam or Gas

    Pumping Gases with Steam or Gas

    Penberthy jet pumps can also use steam or a gas (air) as the operating media for exhausting, evacuating or priming operations. Primary uses of these types of pumps are for exhausting or evacuating gases. Exhausting means removing gases from an area at a continuous rate while maintaining pressure at a constant level. Evacuation means drawing gases from a defined volume by pumping the vessel down from an initial pressure to a final lower pressure. These steam/gas motive jet pumps meet the industry’s most stringent requirements, while providing a simple, low-cost method of transporting gases, operating flawlessly even in the harshest work environments.

  7. Pumping Liquids with Liquids

    Pumping Liquids with Liquids

    One of the most common applications for a Penberthy jet pump is to pump liquids using a liquid motive. In the process industry, this is perhaps one of the most recognized uses for a jet pump. Like all Penberthy jet pumps, liquid motive jet pumps are simple in design with no moving parts to wear out, they require no lubrication, are virtually maintenance-free and are easy to install without special structures or foundations. All Penberthy jet pumps are self-priming and are available in a variety of materials to suit the specific characteristics of the liquids involved in the process.

  8. Pumping Liquids with Steam

    Pumping Liquids with Steam

    Another method of pumping liquids is to use steam as the motive. This type of jet pump works best in applications where a minimal amount of infusion of the motive media with the liquid to be transported is required. Quiet operating steam motive jet pumps, like liquid motive pumps, are simply designed with no packing glands and no moving parts to wear out. These pumps are attractive to the process industry because of their low initial cost, ease of operation and consistently low maintenance cost.

  9. Transporting Solids

    Transporting Solids

    Jet pumps may also be used to transport dry solids using a gas (e.g., air) as its motive source. The Penberthy Model GST (gasoperated solids transport) jet pump is designed to pneumatically convey powders and bulk solids via dilute phase through a closed piping system. An excellent replacement for conventional auger or belt conveyors, the Model GST has the advantage of ambient pressure solids introduction of vacuum conveying systems and the discharge capabilities of positive pressure conveying systems. These jet pumps use the tendency of a moving stream of air to shear towards a boundary surface. This is known as the Coanda effect. This shearing effect and the geometry of the jet pump causes entrainment of ambient air and solid material in front of the jet pump. This entrained air and solid material are then transported down a length of pipe.

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