Resources Contact Us Home
Submersible pump

Image Number 11 for United States Patent #8517700.

The present invention relates to a submersible pump and a submersible pump system for pumping liquid to a marine structure, the pump being adapted to be located in a tube. The pump comprises an upper portion and a lower portion. The upper portion is adapted to be connected to means for suspending the pump in the tube. The pump has a vertical direction extending from the lower portion to the upper portion. The pump further comprises an inlet for allowing the liquid into the pump and an outlet for allowing the liquid out of the pump. The pump further comprises a sealing means located downstream of the inlet and the outlet in the vertical direction, the sealing means being adapted to seal against an inner surface of the tube. The invention further relates to an arrangement for hydraulic drive of the submersible pump and to a semi-submersible unit comprising the submersible pump system.

  Recently Added Patents
Process for preparing soybean curd using micronized solution of soybean curd
Optical channel transport unit frames transmission having interleaved parity
Method and apparatus for generating images using a color field sequential display
Translation system adapted for query translation via a reranking framework
Cable exit trough with insert
Method, apparatus, and system for energy efficiency and energy conservation including dynamic cache sizing and cache operating voltage management for optimal power performance
Stabilized redispersible polymer powder compositions
  Randomly Featured Patents
Bacillus thuringiensis strains and their insecticidal proteins
Static drop mercury electrode
Display carton
Picosecond delay device
Rocket motor case using plank sections and methods of manufacturing
Reusable ultrasonic surgical instrument with removable outer sheath
Bore forming sealed coupling and process
Low noise amplifier for wireless communications
Communication method for integrated circuit chips on a multi-chip module
Electrolytic methods for production of high density copper powder