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Straight Talk on WOB-LŪ Piston Pumps

Publisher: Combined Fluid Products Co.
Overview:
A step-by-step guide for selecting the appropriate WOB-LŪ piston pump for specific applications is presented in this paper, highlighting the versatility offered by these pumps. It compares the characteristics of the pumps based on WOB-L piston, rotary vane, articulated piston, diaphragm, and linear vacuum and pressure technologies, stating the applications they are best suited for. While it attempts to provide a thorough understanding of the functioning of WOB-L piston pumps with the help of illustrations, the paper lists the various engineering enhancements in WOB-L technology, along with the wide variety of applications of WOB-L piston pumps. The paper also states the top ten factors to be considered while specifying a WOB-L piston pump, explaining their significance, in addition to the top ten list of factors that cover most of the information a pump manufacturer would need to know to recommend or design the best pump for user's application in detail.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Step 1: Assess the Universe of Technologies1-2
1.1WOB-L Piston1
1.2Rotary Vane2
1.3Articulated Piston2
1.4Diaphragm2
1.5Linear2
2.Step 2: Thoroughly Understand the WON-L2-5
2.1A Bit of History3
2.2How It Works3-4
2.3What Makes WOB-L So Popular4-5
2.4Where You'll Find WOB-L Piston Pumps5
2.4.1Medical Devices5
2.4.2Laboratory Devices5
2.4.3Vehicles5
2.4.4Vending Machines5
2.4.5Business Machines5
2.4.6Environmental and Safety Devices5
2.4.7Telecommunications5
2.4.8Art and Decoration5
2.4.9Agriculture5
2.4.10Industry5
2.4.11Printing5
3.Step 3: Document the Application Parameters5-10
3.1Working Range6
3.2Motor Requirements6
3.3Unit Envelope6-7
3.4Operating Life7
3.5Environment7-8
3.6Media to Be Pumped8
3.7Sound and Vibration8
3.8Agency Requirements8-9
3.9Altitude9
3.10Cost Considerations9-10
4.Involve Your Pump Supplier Early on10
5.Figures
5.1Characteristics Comparison for Standard Designs2
5.2Comparison of Common Working Points for Standard Designs2
5.3Key Components of a WOB-LŪ Piston Pump3
5.4Figure 44
5.5Pressure Flow vs. Altitude9
5.6Vacuum Flow vs. Altitude9
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