• Rotodynamic Centrifugal Pumps for Design and Application (ANSI/HI 1.3-2013)

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Scope of Standard: ANSI/HI 1.3 covers pump classifications, industry nomenclature, mechanical features, performance selection criteria and noise levels pertaining to the selection of the right rotodynamic pump for a specific application.

The standard addresses 20 different rotodynamic centrifugal pump categories:

  • Overhung impeller, flexibly coupled
  • Overhung impeller, integral bearing frame
  • Overhung impeller, rigidly coupled
  • Overhung impeller, closed-coupled
  • High-speed integral gear, close coupled
  • Impeller between bearings
  • Regenerative turbine
  • Sump pump
  • Pitot tube pumps of all industrial/commercial types except vertical single and multistage diffuser pump types

What You Will Learn/Overall Benefits:

  • Learn the difference between pumps to choose the best one for a specific application
  • Understand how to select the right pump based on flow, head and pressure characteristics. (i.e. an impeller pump sensitive to high pressures would not be appropriate in high pressure applications) 

Applicable Markets: 
Most common pump industry segments using rotodynamic centrifugal pumps in various services including chemical, petroleum, pulp and paper, slurry, water and wastewater, residential, electric power and more.

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ISBN: 978-1-935762-16-4
Pages: 196
Approval Date: 2013
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Content: Pump classifications and preferred units for applications, impeller types, mechanical features, calculations, performance selection criteria, guidelines for lubrication, bearings, coupling and seals, BEP, NPSHA corrections, application considerations and more.

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Who Should Buy This Standard:  Application engineers, engineering consultants and specifiers who must know how to select the right rotodynamic pump for an application based on flow, head and pressure characteristics to get the best performance.


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