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Controlled-Volume Metering Pumps (ANSI/HI 7.1-7.5-2017 - secure PDF)
Scope: ANSI/HI 7.1-7.5 offers a basic educational overview on controlled-volume metering pumps, design and application considerations in choosing the right pump for a specific industry use as well as pump operating and maintenance procedures.
Controlled-Volume Metering Pumps for Test (ANSI/HI 7.6-2018 - secure PDF)
Scope: The ANSI/HI 7.6 standard provides detailed procedures for controlled-volume metering pump performance testing along with an optional NPSH test.
Controlled Volume Metering Pump Piping Guideline (ANSI/HI 7.8-2016 - secure PDF)

Content:  Detailed diagram of pump components, nomenclature, definitions, basic pump design, guidelines for applications, differences between sealless and mechanically sealed rotodynamic pumps, operating advantages and limitations, temperature considerations, piping plans, proper selection, installation, operation, and maintenance as well as different types of test procedures.

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Who Should Buy This Standard:  Engineers and consulting companies looking to gain a basic understanding of sealless rotodyanmic 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. 

The standard also guides manufacturers who primarily test pumps in the factory and pump OEMS, engineering and consulting firms and purchasing agents who need to understand pump test standards and what tests have been conducted on rotary pumps before they are purchased and shipped to manufacturing operations.

General Guidelines (ANSI/HI 9.1-9.5-2015 - secure PDF)
Scope: ANSI/HI 9.1-9.5 provides general guidelines on how to measure sound levels and decontaminate returned part pumps for a large variety of positive displacement and kinetic pumps.