Pumping gases using a liquid or gas (steam or air) motive is an effective means of exhausting, evacuating and priming and can be used in a wide variety of operations and industries. These Pentair Penberthy Jet Pumps offer many advantages over other methods of moving gases; they have no moving parts and provide a very simple cost effective method of handling a wide variety of gases and processes. These units are used for all aspects of water treatment, refrigeration, petroleum, petro chemical, brewing, distilling and general process industries.
- Simple two-piece construction
- No moving parts to wear out
- No lubrication
- Wide variety of special material to suit the most diverse applications
- Virtually maintenance free
- Cost effective and inexpensive
- No power or special installation requirements
Threaded (Standard) or flanged connections
Operating Pressure Range 20 to 200 psig
Application Range, inches HG. ABS. 0.5 to 30
Bronze, Ductile Iron, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, PVC, PP, PVDF
Wide variety of special materials also available
Typical applications involve either exhausting or evacuating. Similar information is needed in order to determine the specific jet pump for your application. Using the information required (listed below), fill out an application form and submit to Penberthy sales representative or the factory to determine the correct pump for your needs.
If Exhausting (Continuous Suction Flow)
If Evacuating (Sealed Vessel-Pump Down)
GL series jets have a motive pressure range of 60-120 psig and suction range of 6-30 inches.
GH series jets have a motive pressure range of 20-80 psig and a suction range of 6.5-30 inches.
Cast eductors can be made from 1/2 inch size to 4 inch size.
Fabricated eductors are 4 inches and up.
Non-Metallic are 1/2 to 3 inch size, these are PVC, Poly Pro, and Kynar.
The common metals are Cast Iron, Low Lead Bronze, Carbon Steel and 316L Stainless Steel.