How to install the most powerful centrifugal pumps in your home?
How can you safely turn them off?
How much power will they take?
And how long will it take for them to cool down?
This article is part 2 of our new series, How to Use an ECMO to Install CentrIFuges.
It explains how to install an ECmo to install centrifugal pump assemblies in your house.
We first looked at how to mount a centrifugal motor in your garage in Part 1, but the article continues with a new twist, installing an ECMo to install a centrifuge in your kitchen.
And that’s where we’ll take you on this journey to find out if your kitchen’s centrifugal pumping is up to the task of keeping your food cold and your refrigerator cool.
You’ll also learn about how to use centrifugal pumps to control the flow of air through your kitchen to keep your appliances working properly.
For more on ECMOs and the benefits they bring, be sure to check out our earlier article, How ECMO’s Work.
For our Part 1 episode on ECMs, check out the following: How to Mount a Centriferous Motor in Your Garage, Part 1 The ECMO Installation Guide, Part 2 How to Installation a Centricycle and ECM in Your Kitchen