Scope of Standard:
The standard addresses the following pump categories:
This standard is for types, nomenclature, and definitions of vertical turbine, mixed flow, axial flow vertical diffuser, submersible motor deep-well and short-set pumps, commonly defined as vertically suspended rotor types VS0, VS1, VS2, VS3, VS6, VS7, and VS8, as well as vertical overhung impeller types VS4 and VS5 that are driven by vertical electric motors or horizontal engines with right-angle gears.
What You Will Learn/Overall Benefits:
Applicable Markets: Most common pump industry segments using rotodynamic vertical pumps in various services including chemical, petroleum, slurry, water and wastewater, residential, electric power, residential, electric power and more.
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Content: Pump part and operation definitions; illustrated industry practices; enhanced family trees showing pump designations unique to each pump type; cross sectional drawings showing details of pump parts; explanation of pump pressures, rated conditions, rate of flow, head, power and efficiency; explanation of the relevance of specific speed… and much more.
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Who Should Buy This Standard: Young engineers, specifiers and engineering consultants who are unfamiliar with the terminology associated with rotodynamic vertical pumps.
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