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Scope of Standard: This standard covers tests for acceptance of rotodynamic pumps (centrifugal, mixed flow, and axial flow pumps), in this document referred to as pumps. These test types are outlined in the standard:
Applicable Markets: Markets where rotodynamic pumps are used
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Content: Factory performance tests, pump acceptance tests, permissible fluctuations per acceptance grade, performance test acceptance grades (6) and tolerance bands, acceptance grades with bilateral and unilateral tolerances, default acceptance grades based on application (used when there is no specific test acceptance grade in the contract document), test procedures, NPSH tests, test arrangement, hydrostatic pressure testing, test tolerances, string tests and more!
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Who Should Buy This Standard: Test lab managers who must know how to set up labs for pump testing, determine instrumentation needed for testing and record test data to show results. End users and specifiers who need to understand what test tolerances are necessary for their application.
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