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Booster Pump Definition


booster pump definition
    booster pump
  • In addition to the filter pump, a booster pump may be necessary to power some automatic pool cleaners.
  • A pump for circulating the heat transfer fluid in a hydronic heating system.
  • A pump which maintains positive pressure between the fuel tank and the engine, thus intensifying the flow. Any pump to increase the pressure of the liquid in some part of a pipe circuit.
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  • An exact statement or description of the nature, scope, or meaning of something
  • a concise explanation of the meaning of a word or phrase or symbol
  • clarity of outline; "exercise had given his muscles superior definition"
  • (define) specify: determine the essential quality of
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booster pump definition - Arizona Mist
Arizona Mist 92100 Booster Pump
Arizona Mist 92100 Booster Pump
This mist booster pump is energy efficient and increases regular misting system line pressure to 160 PSI. This misting system pump from Orbit easily mounts to a wall and connects to your mist system water source with Slip-Lok connections. The mist system pump allows a water mist system's effectiveness to be increased for cool and enjoyable comfort during hot summer months. This mist booster pump has a convenient on/off switch to easily control your cooling mist system.
Features and Benefits
Mounts easily to any wall
Boosts water line pressure to 160 PSI
Has Slip-Lok connections to attach quickly to a water source
Has a flow rate of .167 GPM and requires .35 amps
Connects to 110 volt electrical source

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Crossacres Booster (Water Pumping) Station, Crossacres Rd., Wythenshawe
Crossacres Booster (Water Pumping) Station, Crossacres Rd., Wythenshawe
At the side of the electricity substation — DANGER, both high voltage electricity (for pumping) and high pressure water involved. In Photopaint Studio, 'Filters', 'Luminescent Light', then experiment with saturation etc.
Water System Booster Pump, Columbus, TX
Water System Booster Pump, Columbus, TX
One of the booster pumps in the City of Columbus water system. This pump helps maintain water pressure in the system. (18APR-P4185563)

booster pump definition
booster pump definition
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Despite the prodigious research and money devoted to new product development, nearly nine in ten new products fail to solve a perceived need--and are gone within their first two years. This unique new book introduces and explains Market-Driven Product Definition (MDPD), a proven methodology for identifying and understanding customer-value-based needs, then turning them into products that consistently break through the clutter of the marketplace.
Drawing on techniques developed by experts from MIT, the University of Chicago, and the Center for Management of Quality, as well as product development experiences from inside hundreds of top companies, including Abbott, Compaq, and Cisco, the book reveals MDPD techniques managers can use to:

* Determine customer needs and value-based requirements
* Choose which requirements to satisfy in order to distinguish their products from the competition
* Determine which trade-offs can--and must--be made in product development
* Decrease time to market by up to 40 percent and minimize time to profit.

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