Jet Pumps, utilize the kinetic energy of one liquid to cause the flow of another. Jet Pumps operate on the basic principles of flow dynamics. This involves taking a high pressure motive stream and accelerating it through a tapered nozzle to increase the velocity of the fluid (gas or liquid) that is put through the nozzle. This fluid is then carried on through a secondary chamber where the friction between the molecules of it and a secondary fluid (generally referred to as the suction fluid) causes this fluid to be pumped. These fluids are intimately mixed together and discharged from the Jet Pump.