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The Pulsometer pump is a pistonless pump which was patented in 1872 by Charles Henry Hall. They have the ability to pump water containing a large proportion of mud and other solids, so were mostly used for drainage on construction sites. Originally driven by steam, many are now powered by compressed air.

Media in category "Pulsometer"

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