Humans' earliest use of pumping equipment stemmed largely from a need to transfer water from rivers, lakes, and streams to locations where farmers and villagers could easily access it. Since then, technological advances in hydraulics have led to a vast array of mechanical devices with...

The general public tends to perceive pumping equipment solely as a convenient means to transport fluids, as in the oil industry and water treatment plants. However, rather than maintaining a continuous stream of liquid in a pipeline, sometimes such equipment is necessary to deliver a...

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