Most tests are performed using water as the motive fluid and air as the suction gas, at the specified temperatures and full operating pressures for each specific application.
Various factors are applied, if required, to correct the resulting performance data for different fluid compositions. The methodology used for data correction has been proven by physical testing, using different fluids, operating experience all supported by CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) validation studies.
Single Nozzle Liquid – Gas Ejectors (LJCs)
Transvac has the capability to test most Single-Nozzle Liquid – Gas Ejectors at full-scale liquid and gas flows. Where this is not possible, due to high flows, flow-scaled tests are performed using proven methodology.
Multi-Channel Liquid – Gas Ejectors (MJCs)
Multi-Channel, Liquid – Gas Ejectors comprise a number of Channels (Nozzles and Diffusers) installed in a common body and are typically used for high liquid and gas flow applications.
Transvac has the capability to test one single Channel at full-scale liquid and gas flows. The performance of a complete a Multi-Channel, Liquid – Gas Ejector becomes simply the performance of a single Channel multiplied by the number of Channel installed.
Using this proven methodology, Transvac can offer performance testing of the largest Multi-Channel, Liquid – Gas Ejectors.