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Lawrence Pump and Engine Company Patents
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Lawrence Pump and Engine Company
Address:
Lawrence, MA
No. of patents:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4584865 Device and method for testing for motor bearing wear April 29, 1986
A canned motor pump has a bearing wear sensing device comprising a pair of ring elements having opposing surfaces. The outer element is mounted fixed with respect to the stator and the inner element is mounted for rotation with the rotor. The outer, fixed element is coated with polyt

 
 
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