Components » Jet pumps

The apparatus for convincing saving effects by ingenious use of physical basics used in the processes

 Baelz-hydrodynamic® for fluids and

 Baelz-vapordynamic® for steam.

The principle of the jet pump is based on Bernoulli's equation set up by the Swiss mathematician and physicist Daniel Bernoulli (1700 - 1782) as well as on the Venturi effect discovered by the Italian physicist Giovanni Battista Venturi (1746 - 1822).

By means of conventional lift force, the flow cross-section in the jet pump is changed by a steam nozzle. If the cross-section is reduced, for example, this action results in an increase of the flow speed, thus producing a suction effect which is caused by the fact that the static pressure of the flowing medium (P01) is smaller than the pressure of the adjacent medium (P03).



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