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Explore the Potential of Jet Pumps- GEA

Jet pumps, also known as ejectors, are proven and reliable devices for conveying, compressing, mixing and heating gases, liquids or solids. Combined with condensers, they are very successfully used for vacuum generation and vacuum cooling.

Simple in design, almost maintenance free and made of various materials, even for use with highly corrosive media.

Jet pumps can be used almost everywhere, in labs or refineries, for water treatment or steel degassing, for tank mixing and in heating systems.

Learn more about the functional principle, variety and application areas of GEA Jet Pumps. 

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