A load on the electric pump corresponds to a current draw on the electric pump motor.
Additionally, an electric pump (50) may be used either to replace the manual pump or as a back-up thereto.
A hydraulic system for a hybrid module which is located between an engine and a transmission includes a parallel arrangement of a mechanical pump and an electric pump.
The electric pump is designed to draw liquid into the bottom portion and to the top portion when the electric pump is activated.
The electric pump alternates the pressures of the sections.
The pump system including the electric submersible pump and an electric motor (22) configured to operate the electric submersible pump.
The system includes an electric submersible pump assembly having an electric motor and a fluid pump that is operably associated with the electric motor.
An electric submersible pump is provided having a pothead connector for use to connect a downhole cable to an electric motor of the submersible pump.
An electrical submersible pump system includes at least one electric motor coupled to a mechanism for hanging the pump system in a wellbore.
The invention relates to an electrical canned/split-cage coolant pump (10) comprising an electric drive motor (24) and a pump module (22).
An electrical motor for an electrical submersible pump wherein the electrical motor has increased heat transfer capabilities.
A method of installing a submersible electrical pump assembly in a well monitors the integrity of the pump assembly and electrical cable while the pump assembly is being run.
The invention requires no electrical or pneumatic pump.
An electric infusion pump system (10) is described.
One embodiment of the invention provides an electrical submersible pump that includes a motor section and a centrifugal pump section.
Optionally but preferably, the means for circulating the wash water in the sink is an electrically driven pump.
A barrel-pump (54) or bellows device (108) can be used as the reciprocal air pump.
An electric submersible pump device having a motor part, a pump part, and a protector part.
A system for monitoring operating parameters for the pump section of an electrical submersible pump.
The invention also relates to the use of the fluid pump as an electric fuel pump or oil pump for a motor vehicle.