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Liquid Eductors

Model Model SL Model ML Model HL Model SG Model HG
Motive Media Liquid Liquid Liquid Steam Steam
Motive Pressure (PSIG) 15-250 15-250 15-250 30-150 20-150
Pressure Recovery % 10-15 30-35 40-50 15-20 30-35
Maximum Suction Lift -27ft -27ft -27ft -20ft -20ft
Minimum Required NPSH 3ft 3ft 3ft 13ft 13ft
* Pumping water, 68°F
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General Specifications

Jacoby Tarbox Eductors Water jet eductors also known as jet pumps, utilize the kinetic energy of one liquid to cause the flow of another. Eductors operate on the basic principles of flow dynamics.  This involves taking a high pressure motive stream and accelerating it through a tapered nozzle to increase the velocity of the fluid (gas or liquid) that is put through the nozzle.  This fluid is then carried on through a secondary chamber where the friction between the molecules of it and a secondary fluid (generally referred to as the suction fluid) causes this fluid to be pumped.  These fluids are intimately mixed together and discharged from the eductor.

 

There are three connections common to all venturi eductors.

(1) Eductor MOTIVE Connection: This connection is where the power for the eductor is generated, by increasing the velocity of the motive fluid. The Jacoby-Tarbox eductor nozzle in this section takes advantage of the physical properties of the motive fluid. Eductors with liquid motives use a converging nozzle as liquids are not generally compressible. Eductors with gas motives utilize converging-diverging nozzles to achieve maximum benefit from the compressibility of the gas. All Jacoby-Tarbox eductor nozzles for eductors have smooth flow paths. Flow paths with sudden steps or roughness on these high velocity surfaces cause jet pumps to operate less efficiently.

 

(2) SUCTION Connection: This connection of the eductor is where the pumping action of the eductor takes place. The motive fluid passes through the suction chamber, entraining the suction fluid as it passes. The friction between the fluids causes the chamber to be evacuated. This allows pressure in the suction vessel to push additional fluid into the suction connection of the jet pump. The high velocity of the motive stream in this section of the eductor directs the combined fluids toward the outlet section of the eductor.

 

(3) Discharge Connection: As the motive fluid entrains the suction fluid, part of the kinetic energy of the motive fluid is imparted to the suction fluid. This allows the resulting mixture to discharge at an intermediate pressure. The percentage of the motive pressure that can be recovered is dependent upon the ratio of motive flow to suction flow and the amount of suction pressure pulled on the suction port. The mixture then passes through the diverging taper that converts the kinetic energy back to pressure. The combined fluid then leaves the outlet.

 
Typical Applications
Liquid Motive Fluid - Models: SL, ML, HL Steam Motive Fluid - Models: SG, HG
Pump from Tank Pump from Tank
Pump from Sump Pump from Sump
Dilute in Line Heat Liquid
Transport Liquid Evacuate Liquid Lines
 
Other applications include:
Draining flooded areas, de-watering sand and coal barges, continuous blending, acidifying, causticizing of oils, pumping food products.
 
Related Page Links:
Liquid Pulling Liquids Eductor Brochure - (PDF)
How to Size Liquid Motive Eductors for Pumping Liquids
How to Determine Net Positive Suction Head
How to Size Steam Motive Eductors for Pumping Liquids
Sizing Liquid Motive & Liquid Suction Table 1
Sizing Liquid Motive & Liquid Suction Table 2
Sizing Steam Motive & Liquid Suction Table
Eductors for Pumping Gases
Dimensional Drawing for Eductors - (133 KB PDF)
Dimensional Drawing for (Weld Neck) Flanged Eductors - (146 KB PDF)
Dimensional Drawing for (Slip-On) Flanged Eductors - (146 KB PDF)

Jacoby Tarbox Eductor Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual

 
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