Elmridge Engineering Inc.

15 Allaura Blvd, Aurora, Ontario, L4G 3N2 Canada View map
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Elmridge Engineering - LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `TGG Series¿ Gas-Jet Ejectors use steam, compressed air, or other pressurized gas as the Motive fluid and operate on the Venturi principle to pump other gases or vapors. Pressurized gas/vapor is discharged through the Ejector nozzle, emerging at a relatively high velocity, creating a zone of lower pressure contained within the Suction Chamber of the Ejector.

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Elmridge Engineering - ME LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - ME LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `ME Series¿ Liqui-Jet Mixing Eductors vigorously and efficiently circulate the liquid contents of tanks without powered impellers or other insertion-type rotating mechanicaldevices.ELMRIDGE`MESeries¿Liqui-JetMixing Eductors operate on the same principle as our standard line of liquid-powered Jet-Apparatus.

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Elmridge Engineering - SE LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - SE LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `SESeries¿ Gas-JetSteamSpargers are used for heating liquids where steam can be directly injected into vented vessels and tanks. The venturi design of these Steam Spargers provides superior injection performance due to the capability of the Sparger to aggressively circulate tank contents, reducing or eliminating thermal gradients.

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Elmridge Engineering - TGS LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - TGS LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `TGS Series¿ Gas-Jet Solids Eductors typically use compressed air or other pressurized gas as the Motive fluid (steam can be used in some applications), and operate on the Venturi principle to pump and convey free-flowing granular solids and powders. Pressurized gas/vapor is discharged through the Eductor nozzle, emerging at a relatively high velocity, creating a zone of lower pressure contained within the Suction Chamber of the Eductor.

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Elmridge Engineering - TLE LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - TLE LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE ¿TLE¿ Series Liqui-Jet Gas & Chemical Infusers use water or other liquids as the motive fluid, and operate on the venturi principle to inject gases or other liquids into a pressurized liquid stream.

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Elmridge Engineering - TLGT LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - TLGT LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE ¿TLGT¿ Series Liqui-Jet Exhausters use water or other liquids as the motive fluid, and pump proportionately small volumes of air or gas at high draft using water or other liquid as the motive fluid.

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Elmridge Engineering - TLH LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - TLH LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE ¿TLH¿ Series Liqui-Jet Line-Type Heaters are a highly efficient and economical means of heating small to large volumes of liquids `in-line.¿ The liquid to be heated is accelerated through a specially designed narrow-angle full-cone converging nozzle where it emerges at high velocity as a multitude of liquid droplets.

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Elmridge Engineering - TLL Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - TLL Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `TLL Series¿ Liqui-Jet Eductors use water or other liquids as the motive fluid, and operate on the Venturi principle to pump other liquids or slurries. Liquid is pumped through the Eductor nozzle, emerging at a relatively high velocity, creating a zone of lower pressure contained within the Suction Chamber of the Eductor.

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Elmridge Engineering - TLLM LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - TLLM LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `TLLM Series¿ Liqui-Jet Eductors use water or other liquids as the motive fluid, and operate on the Venturi principle to pump other liquids or slurries. The principle of operation for the TLLMSeries is the same as for the TLL Series shown previously, however, the TLLM Series eductor has higher Motive Nozzle flowrates for the same Motive Pressure, providing for higher Discharge heads with somewhat lower Suction Flowrates.

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Elmridge Engineering - TLLT LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - TLLT LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `TLLT Series¿ Liqui-Jet Eductors use water or other liquids as the motive fluid, and operate on the Venturi principle to pump other liquids or slurries. The principle of operation for the TLLT Series is the same as for the TLL Series shown previously, however, the TLLT Series eductor has higher Motive Nozzle flowrates for the same Motive Pressure, providing for higher Discharge heads with somewhat lower Suction Flowrates.

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Elmridge Engineering - TLST LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering - TLST LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `TLST Series¿ Liqui-Jet Solids Eductors use liquid under pressure as the Motive fluid, and effectively pump, slurry, or convey granular solids. The principle of operation for the TLST Series is the same as for the TLS Series shown previously, however, the TLST Series Solids eductor has higher Motive Nozzle flowrates for the same Motive Pressure.

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Elmridge Engineering -TLS LIT Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering -TLS LIT Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE `TLS Series¿ Liqui-Jet Solids Eductors use liquid under pressure as the Motive fluid, and effectively pump or convey granular solids or slurries. Inlet liquid pressures for this type of eductor are typically in a range from 10 to 100 psig. Solids flowrate and available discharge pressure are a function of eductor selection and material properties, however, when a dry-feed eductor (dry feed hopper), is used, discharge pressure is generally limited to approximately 10 to 15 psig.

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Elmridge Engineering TLG LIT - Series Catalogue

Elmridge Engineering TLG LIT - Series Catalogue

2016

ELMRIDGE ¿TLG¿ Series Liqui-Jet Gas Scrubbers are designed to entrain and scrub proportionately large volumes of air or gas at low draft using water or other liquid as the motive fluid. The high-velocity jet of liquid from the Scrubber nozzle entrains the suction gas and creates a draft. Gases, vapors, fumes, dust etc., are drawn into the Scrubber where they mix intimately with, and are washed by, the scrubbing liquid.

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