HI Pump FAQs

Intake Design, Effects of Liquid Viscosity & Reliability of Pumping Equipment
Corrosion Prevention, Rotodynamic Pump Speed & How Harmonics Affect VFDs
Principles of Controlled-Volume Metering Pumps & Advantages of Dual Seals HI Pump FAQs is produced by the Hydraulic Institute as a service to pump users, contractors, distributors, reps and OEMs.
The Effects of Viscosity on Sealless Pumps & Bearing Selection in Slurry Applications
Recommendations for Rotary Pumps, Diaphragm Pumps and VFDs
Identify Accuracy Challenges in String Tests
Symptoms of Inefficient Pumping, Acceleration Head’s Effect on Pump Performance & Inlet Piping Requirements
Regenerative Turbine Pumps & Hydraulic Resonance Solutions
Viscosity’s Effects, Reducing Extraneous Noise & Monitoring Consumed Power
Understand Specific Speed & Disc Diaphragm Pump Coupling
Understand Nonclog Pumps & Configure Pressure-Measuring Instruments
NPSHR & Booster Pumps
Monitor Power in Rotary Pumps & Submersible Air-Operated Pumps
HI Pump FAQs: October 2012
Bearing Minimum Loads, Stuffing Boxes for Rotodynamic Vertical Pumps & Rotary Pump Operating Temperature
Life-Cycle Costs of Sealless Pumps, Baseplate Designs & Slurry Pump Impellers
Wetted Pump Parts; Foot Valve; Simplex vs. Duplex Air-Operated Pumps
HI Pump FAQs: NPIPA & NPIPR, Vertical Pumps with Hollow-Shaft Drives & Vibration Monitoring
Adverse Effects of Mechanical Processes, Pump Suction Recirculation & NPSH Requirements for Vertical Pumps
Outside- Versus Inside-Mounted Seals, Pump Input Power & Rotodynamic Pump Motor Cooling
Boiler Feed Pumps, Residual Mechanical Unbalance & Process Pump Piping System
Boiler Circulating Pumps, Auxiliary Cooling Water Pumps & Mounting Base for a Sealless Rotodynamic Pump
Boiler Feed Pumps, Chemical Metering Pumps and Hydrostatic Pressure Tests
Outdoor Installations, Rotodynamic Vertical Pumps & Drooping Head
Magnetic Couplings, NPSH Margin & Reverse Runaway Speed
Effects of Solids on Slurry Pumps, Corrosion & the Alignment of Flexible Couplings
Submersible Pump NPSH3, Trench-Type Wet Wells & Starting Torque Requirements
Axial Thrust, NPIPR & Hydraulic-Coupled Tubular Diaphragm
Hydraulic Institute Pump FAQs December 2011
Hydraulic Pump FAQs April 2011
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