The system has 1/2-inch tubing and a recirculation pump capacity of 1,000 liters per hour.
What does LPH stand for?
LPH stands for Liters Per Hour
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The pumps are designed for continuous transfer and metering applications, with flow rates from 1 to 800 liters per hour (0.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The system uses magnetic coupling technology so all electrical connections are isolated from the fluid flow (urea is highly corrosive, so this isolation is important); the compact brushless motor and gerotor pump allow controlled flow of 5 to 50 liters per hour.
Ultra FoamMix applicators feature advanced controls and pinpoint temperature control that can melt and deliver up to 300 liters per hour of low to medium viscosity foamed material.
In a wide range of operating parameters and adjusted product viscosities, recirculation throughputs of 1000 liters per hour and more can be achieved.
The Scottish press reports that Aberdeenshire ice-cream maker Mackie's of Scotland is more than doubling its production capacity, from 2,000 liters per hour to 5,000 liters, as it aims to take a bigger share of the UK market.
Data taken between 1999 and 2003 during summer months, when the water table on land was high, showed large volumes of groundwater seeping into the bay--on average, about 200 liters per hour for each square meter of discharge zone.