Just cleaning your filters regularly can boost pump performance dramatically.
What does BP stand for?
BP stands for Boost Pump
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- Boat People (people escaping Vietnam by boat after 1975)
- Boiling Point
- Boîte Postale (French: Postal Box)
- Bolivar Peninsula (near Galveston Island, TX, USA)
- Bollard Pull
- Bonding Protocol (ISDN)
- Bonum Publicum (Latin: the Public Good)
- Boogiepop Phantom (anime)
- Booklet Pane (philately)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The two bottles are set up to run the boost pump for high-pressure servicing but can be used for normal servicing if the bypass valve is opened.
The PLC cycles the roles of the three S300 dosing pumps; two are assigned the roles of duty & standby pump operating at a rate of 450 litres per hour while the third acts as a boost pump running at 650 litres per hour.
Where no pigging is required 100% flooding can be achieved, depending on the operation being undertaken; in deep water over 99% pigging can be achieved without a completion boost pump being required.
A short time later, the right generator also failed which automatically activated the emergency generator and fuel boost pump.
2 million wind turbine at Lake Palmdale is intended to power a water treatment plant and to boost pump facility.
However, these factors will be offset by ongoing industrial development in regions such as Latin America and Eastern Europe, which will boost pump demand as a matter of course.
Tradeshow attendees will also see how the company manages supply and boost pump operations for energized fluid fracturing.