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yanyan Jan 8

The hydraulic ejector is a mechanical device with three kinds of effective energy such as vacuuming, condensing and draining. It uses a certain pressure of water to be sprayed through a nozzle that is symmetrically evenly inclined to a certain angle and is concentrated at a focus.

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Due to the high jet flow velocity, a negative pressure is generated around the chamber to create a vacuum in the chamber, and the secondary steam is in direct contact with the jet stream to exchange heat. Most of the steam is condensed into water and a small amount of uncondensed steam. The non-condensed gas is also rubbed against the high-speed jet of water, mixed and squeezed, and is removed by the diffuser tube to create a higher vacuum in the chamber.

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Hydraulic ejector is widely used in vacuum and evaporation systems, vacuum pumping, vacuum evaporation, vacuum filtration, vacuum crystallization, drying, deodorization, etc. It is sugar, pharmaceutical, chemical, food, salt, monosodium glutamate, milk. , fermentation, and some equipment that is widely needed by light industry and the defense sector. However, the current manufacturer of hydraulic ejector is small and the variety is not complete. For this reason, our unit has continuously improved its design in recent years.

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Multi-nozzle and steam ring (guide plate) and other structures, as well as multi-stage pump water inlet, low-level installation, only need to install a height of 4.5 meters, improve and improve its working performance, have a certain advanced, is a vacuum condensing equipment An innovation. Our unit special stainless steel hydraulic ejector is a kind of high-strength acid-proof, anti-corrosion and vacuuming equipment according to the needs of users. It is especially beneficial to chemical and pharmaceutical factories, and is well received by local users.

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