HPAR - What does HPAR stand for? The Free Dictionary
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Rated for a maximum flow rate of 750 liters (198 USG) per minute, the HPARS system controls fuel flow through an operated globe valve while a flow meter measures the amount of fuel delivered.
Contained in a steel weatherproof enclosure with its lighting system, the HPARS is ready for deployment anywhere in the world.
Best defined as a portable, durable, method of de-fueling and fueling jet fuel from and to fuel tanker trucks and aircraft, the HPARS uses a self-priming centrifugal pump driven by an electric motor with filtration given by a horizontal filter separator.