To prevent corrosion and problems with operation, heating and air-conditioning systems must be constructed so that air can be removed both when the system is filled and during subsequent operation.
The airlift pump – also called mammoth pump – exploits the increase of the oxygen intake in water under pressure. At the same time, rising air is used to lift – and therefore circulate – water. This makes the mammoth pump suitable for aerating and circulating large volumes of water. An airlift pump is often used in situations where maintenance needs to be kept to an absolute minimum.
“Ambient conditions” is a set of parameters used by designers for dimensioning ventilation and cooling systems. Ambient conditions typically include temperature, humidity and air pressure.