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Learn how ejectors save your pumps from wear and tear
Durability and reliability are two key words in the shipping industry, and the pumps on a ship are always particularly vulnerable.
The liquid running through the pumps wears them out and there is a constant risk of clogging because the liquid passing through often contains impurities.
Ejectors are assigned to motive media pumps. They are fluid-dynamic, and are applied for delivering, mixing and dosing, and also to generate a vacuum.
Liquids or gases standing under pressure serve as motive media. Apart from liquids or gases, suction media can also be formed of fine or powdery solids. Ellehammer manufactures diverse constructional forms and their designations are derived from the media involved. Find the perfect solution to your challenges here.
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Sometimes a designation other than that most commonly used in the market can be utilised.
For example, for liquid/liquid ejectors in shipbuilding one speaks of so-called bilge, ballast or stripping ejectors.
Or for liquid/gas ejectors, depending to function one speaks of liquid jet gas compressors, liquid jet vacuum pumps or liquid jet ventilators.
What is important for all constructional forms of Ejectors is that they do not have any moving mechanical parts. Therefore they do not show the usual resulting signs of wear which would demand continual maintenance. The Ejector is practically maintenance-free.
The performance of the ejector is influenced directly by the pressures prevailing at the connections and by the flow rates. It is therefore indispensable for optimised performance that individual design and manufacture for the planned later application case is carried out.
Individual design and manufacture is therefore necessary to secure optimised performance.
If standardised ejectors are fitted into your design, it will inevitably lead to heavy losses in performance – often adding to the costs of the pumps or the piping system.