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ANSI/HI 1.1-1.2-2008 Secure PDF
ANSI/HI 1.1-1.2 offers a basic educational overview on rotodynamic centrifugal pumps, providing nomenclature and definitions that apply to different parts of pumps.
Scope: ANSI/HI 1.3 covers pump classifications, industry nomenclature, mechanical features, performance selection criteria and noise levels pertaining to the selection of the right rotodynamic pump for a specific application.
Scope: ANSI/HI 1.4 serves as a guide in creating a pump manual so users have complete information on pump installation, operations and maintenance.
Scope: ANSI/HI 5.1-5.6 offers a basic educational overview on sealless rotodynamic pumps including design and application considerations related to the selection of the right pump for a specific industry use, pump operating and maintenance procedures as well as different types of tests that can be conducted on pumps to ensure their performance.
Scope: ANSI/HI 9.1-9.5 provides general guidelines on how to measure sound levels and decontaminate returned part pumps for a large variety of positive displacement and kinetic pumps.
Scope: Today’s higher speed, higher energy density pumps might not achieve acceptable service life without an adequate NPSH Margin that ensures pumps operate without excessive vibration and cavitation. ANSI/HI 9.6.1 serves as a guideline for NPSH margin for rotodynamic pumps with power levels as high as 5300 hp and impeller tip speeds less than 130 feet per second.
Scope: Excessive loads to pump nozzles can cause misalignment between the driver and pump, physical pump deformation and comprise internal pump condition.
Scope: ANSI/HI 9.6.3 discusses the effects of operating a rotodynamic pump at flow rates greater than or less than the rate of flow at the pump’s best efficiency point (BEP). As these effects influence the power consumption and life of pump components, considering the operating rate of flow is essential to reliable, efficient pump operation.
Scope: ANSI/HI 9.6.4 covers the vibration measurement made on non-rotating parts (bearing housings) of most industrial/commercial centrifugal and vertical pumps.
Scope: ANSI/HI 9.6.5 offers pump monitoring and failure detection techniques for rotodynamic (centrifugal and vertical) pumps, both sealed and sealless designs.
Scope: ANSI/HI 9.6.6 details pump piping requirements for rotodynamic pumps and effects of inlet/outlet piping on pump performance. Standards are applicable to all piping downstream and upstream from the pump but not when entering tank, vessel or intake structure.
Scope: ANSI/HI 9.67 outlines method for predicting performance of rotodynamic pumps in Newtonian liquids of viscosity greater than water. The standard applies to single and multi-stage rotodynamic (centrifugal and vertical) pumps having radial impellers ns = 60, (Ns = 3000), handling liquids exhibiting Newtonian behavior, and a kinematic viscosity greater than 1 and less than 4000 centistokes.
These centrifugal pump standards, developed by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers,are sold through the Hydraulic Institute in secure PDF format.
The purpose of HI Electronic Data Exchange is to define a common industry standard for the electronic exchange of technical data commonly used to describe pumping equipment. All software applications or systems that adhere to this standard are able to exchange technical data reliably and efficiently with all other systems that comply with this standard.
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