Scope of Standard: ANSI/HI 4.1-4.6 offers a basic educational overview on sealless, magnetically driven rotary pumps, design and application considerations related to the selection of the right pump for a specific industry use, installation/ operation/maintenance procedures as well as different types of tests that can be conducted on pumps. The standard addresses the following types of rotary pumps:
What You Will Learn/Overall Benefits:
Applicable Markets: Most common pump industry segments using sealless, magnetically driven rotary pumps in various services including chemical, petroleum, slurry, water and wastewater, residential, electric power and more.
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Content: Detailed diagram of pump components, nomenclature, definitions, basic pump design, guidelines for applications, environmental considerations, life cycle cost evaluation, selection guideline, proper installation, operation, maintenance and tests including procedures and acceptance criteria.
Hot Link to TOC: http://www.pumps.org/estore/stdi/4.1-4.6a.pdf
Who Should Buy This Standard: Engineers and consulting companies looking to gain a basic understanding of sealless, magnetically driven rotary pumps as well as specifiers and application engineers who must understand how to choose the right pump for an application to get the best performance.
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