• Pump Application Guideline for Commercial Building Services

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A Guide for Pump Applicatication on Commercial Building Services:
The industry is currently in a state of flux. In recent years, there has been a
notable shift in priorities from a lowest capital cost paradigm to a focus on
reducing energy consumption. As global energy costs continue to rise, new
and repurposed technologies are introduced into the industry to help end
users operate the equipment as efficiently as possible. To stimulate eco-friendly
behavior, there are now multiple government programs and utility incentives
which are driving a shift in purchasing philosophy, subsidizing the installation
of Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), smart control systems, and energy manage-
ment software in pump systems. Along with their energy consciousness, these
systems offer system designers and users alike more control of the systems,
reduction of power requirements, and most importantly, lower operating
energy costs. Programs such as Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
(LEED) and other Green Building initiatives are driving designers and facility
owners to rethink buildings from the basic building materials to system integra-
tion to minimize carbon footprints and the life cycle costs (LCC) of the facility.
This guideline has been created to provide engineers, trainers, maintenance staff,
and plant operators with the knowledge necessary to effectively specify pumps
in North America. The material in this publication has been compiled by the
Hydraulic Institute (HI) Pump Application Guidelines Committee and is intended
to capture the experience and collective knowledge of pump and pumping sys-
tems experts for reference by system designers, constructors, and end users.
ISBN: 978-1-935762-75-1
Pages: 176
Approval Date: 2019
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