Scope of Standard: ANSI/HI 3.1–3.5. offers a basic educational overview on rotary pumps, design and application considerations related to the selection of the right rotary pump for a specific industry use as well as the installation, maintenance and operating procedures. The standard addresses seven basic types of rotary pumps:
What You Will Learn/Overall Benefits:
Applicable Markets: Most common pump industry segments using rotary pumps in various services including chemical, petroleum, slurry, water and wastewater, residential, electric power and more.
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Content: Rotary pump types and nomenclature, definitions, illustrated pump diagrams, pump classifications and preferred units for applications, design and application considerations such as temperature, viscosity, inlet pressure and other parameters, slurry effects, rotary pump noise, installation guide, operations and maintenance with table on solving pump malfunctions.
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Who Should Buy This Standard: Young engineers, specifiers and engineering consultants who are unfamiliar with the terminology associated with rotary pumps as well as application engineers, engineering consultants who must know how to select the right rotary pumps for an application to get the best performance. End users who maintain and troubleshoot pumps.
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