November 2006

Misc

Field-installed vibration values for centrifugal pumps

HEINZ P. BLOCH, Reliability/ Equipment Editor       Comments? Write: HB@HydrocarbonProcessing.com In 2000, the New Jersey-based Hydraulic Institute issued..

HEINZ P. BLOCH, Reliability/ Equipment Editor       Comments? Write: HB@HydrocarbonProcessing.com In 2000, the New Jersey-based Hydraulic Institute issued Standard ANSI/ HI9.6.2, dealing with Allowable Vibration of Centrifugal Pumps. Both horizontal and vertical pumps are covered1 and "Hydraulic Institute allowable" all-pass (or RMS) vibration is given in Table 1 as a function of pump type and style. Just as the standards of the American Petroleum Institute, the standards of the Hydraulic Institute reflect decades of combined user and manufacturer experience in pump d

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