Scope of Standard: ANSI/HI 6.6 is for reciprocating power pumps, which are driven by power from an outside source applied to thecrankshaft. It includes procedures for testing such pumps.
What You Will Learn/Overall Benefits: Understand how hydrostatic, hydraulic and mechanical pump performance tests are conducted on reciprocating power pumps to verify that correct tests were conducted by the manufacturer to demonstrate the pumps’ ability to perform satisfactorily, both mechanically and hydraulically.
Applicable Markets: Niche markets including oil and gas, mining and sludge.
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Content: Types of tests, terminology, symbols, different test procedures, performance test instrumentation, measurement of rate of flow, pressure, power, speed and temperature.
Hot Link to TOC: http://www.pumps.org/estore/stdi/6.6.pdf
Who Should Buy This Standard: Pump OEMS, engineering and consulting firms as well as purchasing agents who need to understand pump test standards and determine what tests have been or should be conducted on reciprocating pumps before they are purchased and shipped to manufacturing operations.
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