Update Your Technical Library with ANSI/HI Pump Standards

Keep your pump standards up-to-date

Within the past several years, new and updated ANSI/HI pump standards have been published by HI, which means that some or all of the standards in your technical library may be out-of-date. Review the following list of standards and confirm you are utilizing current standards:

- Rotodynamic Centrifugal Pumps for Design and Application (ANSI/HI 1.3—2013)
- Rotodynamic Vertical Pumps of Radial, Mixed, and Axial Flow Types for Design and Application (ANSI/HI 2.3—2013)
- Controlled-Volume Metering Pumps (ANSI/HI 7.1-7.5—2013)
- Rotary Pumps - Guidelines for Condition Monitoring (ANSI/HI 9.6.9—2013)
- Intake Design for Rotodynamic Pumps (ANSI/HI 9.8—2012)
- Rotodynamic Pumps for Hydraulic Performance Acceptance Tests (ANSI/HI 14.6—2011)

View the full collection of ANSI/HI pump standards in the HI eStore ...

ANSI/HI Pump Standard Web Subscriptions

15% off through October 30th

ANSI/HI Pump Standards by Web Subscription enables company-wide access for your entire engineering team in the office and in the field. Your web subscription is always up-to-date, ensuring that the pump standards you are referencing are always current. When new standards are published, they are automatically added to your subscription. There’s no need to keep track of your standards; HI does the work for you. What’s more, each package is 15% off now through October 30th. Take advantage of this offer today! Use promo code 15OFFWS during checkout in the HI eStore to save 15%. Subscribe and save today ...

Non-North American Manufacturers Now Eligible to Join HI

Join HI and enjoy the benefits of membership today!

Recent changes in the HI by-laws now allow companies that manufacture wholly outside of North America, but sell into the North American market, to join the Institute and take advantage of the full complement of member benefits including a complimentary copy of the European Industrial Forecasting╠▒s World Pump Market Report. Interested? For more information, contact Membership@Pumps.org or click here to view the benefits of membership ...

The Pump Systems Optimization (PSO) Course Comes to Massachusetts

Iwaki America, Inc. and LEWA-Nikkiso America, Inc. to co-host course in Holliston, MA

The upcoming PSO course will take place October 16, 2014 at the Iwaki America headquarters and participants will be led by William C. Livoti of WEG Electric Corp. Attendees of this one-day course will gain valuable new skills to help improve system efficiency to reduce energy and operating costs while earning seven Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits. All attendees receive a FREE copy of the guidebook Optimizing Pumping Systems: A Guide to Improved Energy Efficiency, Reliability & Profitability, a $195 value! Interested in attending? Course registration is now open. Register today ...

NEW: Dynamics of Pumping Machinery 3-Part Webinar Series

Series begins October 29, 2014

The Hydraulic Institute has collaborated with Jack Claxton, Vice President, Engineering with Patterson Pump Company and other HI committee members to create this one-of-a-kind pump training experience on Dynamics of Pumping Machinery.

To ensure improper pump dynamics don’t result in undue expense associated with troubleshooting and field modifications to attain acceptable operations, dynamic analyses may be required for pumps with substantial new designs, significant modifications or those being adapted to a non-typical application prior to installation.

In some applications, the dynamic characteristics of pump equipment may also be influenced by the installation, including piping systems, mounting or drive systems. In these cases, as well, some type of dynamic analysis may be needed to assess equipment during the design phase. All paid attendees earn 3 professional development hour (PDH) credits after series completion. Register now ...

NEW: Gasketing Principles and Best Practices 2-Part Webinar Series

Series begins November 4, 2014

If you or anybody with your organization is interested in learning about gasketing principles and best practices, then this is a must-attend series. The Hydraulic Institute has collaborated with the Fluid Sealing Association to present this new series. Charlie Miskell of YMT/Inertech will lead attendees through this new 2-part series.

More information is being gathered and will be live on the registration page within the next week. All paid attendees earn 2 professional development hour (PDH) credits after series completion. Register now ...

Introduction to Mechanical Seals 4-Part Webinar Series

Series begins November 11, 2014

This 4-part webinar series is based on the Hydraulic Institute guidebook, Mechanical Seals for Pumps: Application Guidelines, which was published in cooperation with the Fluid Sealing Association. Each webinar will last approximately 1 hour, including Q&A. Audio broadcast will be via your computer speakers or teleconference bridge.

Attendees learn about mechanical seal types and operating principles in session one, while session two covers construction and design. Session three discusses installation, connections, and commissioning and the final session covers seal environment and failure analysis. All paid attendees earn 4 professional development hour (PDH) credits after series completion. Register now ...

NEW: Advanced Mechanical Seals 201: Demystifying Piping Plans & Support Systems 4-Part Series

Series begins December 9, 2014

The Advanced Mechanical Seals 201 webinar series provides an overview of the most common piping plans used today. In addition to outlining the pros and cons of over 15 different piping plans, this four-part webinar series discusses the auxiliary equipment, design considerations, operating parameters, installation, monitoring, as well as troubleshooting associated with each. In cases where multiple options are available to the user, piping plan benefits and limitations are compared. Basic calculations for estimating the performance of piping plans as well as a spreadsheet to assist with evaluating systems also are featured in the webinar. A Q&A session is conducted at the end of each section. All paid attendees earn 4 professional development hour (PDH) credits after series completion. Register now ...

 
Volume 6, Issue 10
October 2014

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