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Suction lift
Suction lift refers to the pressure (negative pressure) on the suction side of the pump.
Suction lift
Suction lift refers to the pressure (negative pressure) on the suction side of the pump.
Suction superheater
The purpose of the suction superheater in a cooling system is to protect the compressor from liquid drops, and to increase the evaporating section of the evaporator.
Superheating
Superheating is a technical expression for a refrigerant in gas phase at a temperature higher than the corresponding evaporation temperature related to the actual pressure.
Suspended solids
Particles which remain in suspension in water are called suspended solids.
System characteristic
The system characteristic describes the connection between volume flow-rate and pressure loss in a given pipe system.
System characteristics
The system characteristics show the pressure loss in the system as a function of the flow
Tandem seal
Tandem seal is Grundfos’ name for a shaft seal system, where an additional sealing chamber has been mounted on the existing shaft seal.
Temperature
The primary unit of temperature is degrees Celsius. However, temperature can also be specified in other units, such as Fahrenheit [°F] and Kelvin [K]
Temperature control mode
Temperature control mode is used in circulating systems without control valves to generate a variable flow, and systems where it is impor­tant to have a constant temperature