Scope of Standard: ANSI/HI 3.6 provides detailed procedures on what is required in a hydrostatic test as well as four types of performance tests that can be conducted on rotary pumps including:
What You Will Learn/Overall Benefits: Understand what type of testing is required for a rotary pump to determine if the manufacturer has conducted or should conduct specific tests to demonstrate the pumps’ ability to perform satisfactorily, both mechanically and hydraulically.
Application Markets: Most common pump industry segments using rotary pumps in various services including chemical, petroleum, slurry, water and wastewater, residential, electric power, pulp and paper and more.
Click the "More Details" tab above for additional product information.
Content: Detailed terminology, test instrumentation, current test procedures, conditions affecting tests, acceptable test deviations, test tabulation, presentation of results.
Hot Link to TOC: http://www.pumps.org/estore/stdi/3.6b.pdf
Who Should Buy This Standard: Pump OEMS, engineering and consulting firms as well as purchasing agents who need to understand rotary pump test standards to determine what tests have been or should be conducted on pumps before they are purchased and shipped to manufacturing operations.
This standard is available for immediate download in secure PDF format. Standards in this format are a single-user license and are encrypted for security purposes. Each standard is authorized to a single login and password on a single desktop or laptop computer. The end-user license prohibits installation of these files on a network server or their shared use in an network environment. These files may be transferred from an old computer to a new computer by following the instructions provided upon purchase or available online at estore.pumps.org/about.aspx.
To view HI Standards in this format requires the download of the free Adobe® Reader®. Authorization requires download of an Adobe-approved plug-in from FileOpen Systems, Inc. and Internet access to complete the authorization process. Security permissions of these files allow printing and the addition of comments. Once authorized these files may be accessed with or without connection to the Internet.