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Liquid End Types Parts and Assembly

Figure 6.10 — Piston assembly

Figure 6.11 — Bull and snap piston

Figure 6.12 — Cup type piston

Figure 6.13 — Slush piston

Figure 6.14 — Individual ring piston

Figure 6.15 — Plunger

Figure 6.16 — Stuffing box

Figure 6.17 — Packing

Figure 6.18 — Gland

Figure 6.19 — Lantern ring

Figure 6.2 — Horizontal single-acting plunger power pump

Figure 6.20 — Plate valve assembly

Figure 6.21 — Disc valve assembly

Figure 6.22 — Wing guided valve assembly

Figure 6.23 — Ball valve assembly

Figure 6.24 — Upper crosshead

Figure 6.25 — Liquid end, horizontal plunger power pump

Figure 6.26 — Liquid end, vertical plunger power pump

Figure 6.27 — Liquid end, horizontal side pot piston pump

Figure 6.28 — Liquid end, horizontal valve plate piston pump

Figure 6.3 — Vertical single-acting plunger power pump

Figure 6.4 — Horizontal double-acting piston power pump

Figure 6.5 — Horizontal double-acting plunger power pump

Figure 6.6 — Horizontal triplex plunger pump, on base, belt drive

Figure 6.7 — Vertical triplex plunger pump, on base, gear reduction

Figure 6.8 — Liquid cylinder

Figure 6.9 — Manifold

Power End Types Parts and Assembly

Figure 6.29 — Power frame (one piece)

Figure 6.30 — Crankshaft

Figure 6.31 — Sleeve bearing

Figure 6.32 — Tapered roller bearing

Figure 6.33 — Connecting rod

Figure 6.34 — Crankpin bearing

Figure 6.35 — Power crosshead

Figure 6.36 — Wrist pin bearing

Figure 6.37 — Crosshead extension

Figure 6.38 — Frame extension

Figure 6.39 — Power end, horizontal plunger power pump

Figure 6.40 — Power end, vertical plunger power pump

Figure 6.41 — Power end, horizontal duplex power pump with integral gears

 

ANSI/HI Standards
ANSI/HI Pump Standards
Essential Tools of the Trade

ANSI/HI Pump Standards are Invaluable Business Assets

Developed in the public interest and designed to help eliminate misunderstandings between pump manufacturers and pump users, ANSI/HI Pump Standards assist the user to:

  • Select, purchase and test the proper pump for a particular need
  • Decrease design costs and avoid miscommunication
  • Increase pump and systems reliability
  • Accurately determine pump performance
  • Train and appropriately teach others in an organization
  • Reduce life cycle costs, improve pump systems efficiency and save money

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  • CD-ROMIdeal for single‑users who seek convenience, efficiency and portability. A complete set of Standards with searchable electronic indices to locate any topic quickly. Single-user license entitles two installations for desktop/laptop, office/field use.
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