Scope of Standard: The ANSI/HI 7.8 provides piping and accessory requirements used in the installation of metering pumps, and to educate users about the effects and interactions of inlet (suction) and outlet (discharge) piping on metering system performance. This guideline applies to controlled volume metering pumps, specifically those with pulsating flows. Types of positive displacement pumps include, but are not limited to, hydraulic-coupled disc diaphragm, hydraulic-coupled tubular diaphragm, mechanical-coupled disc diaphragm, packed piston, and plunger.
What You Will Learn/Overall Benefits: Understand the required and recommended practices for pump piping which, if followed, should reduce the risk of the system failing to perform properly, help avoid common mistakes, and eliminate misunderstanding the unique needs of the metering pump system.
Application Markets: Most common pump industry segments using controlled-volume metering pumps in various services including chemical, petroleum, slurry, water and wastewater, residential, electric power and more.
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