Hydraulic Institute releases ANSI/HI Standards on CD-ROM

April 18, 2006

ANSI/HI Pump Standards on CD-ROM, Version 2.0, is now available, also known as HI product code CD2005, is available at a reduced price of $750.00, with discounts available for volume purchases. That’s a $1,050.00 savings on purchasing the complete hardcopy set, and a $1,455.00 savings on purchasing the entire library individually! For more information, or to order, visit the HI e-Store at www.pumps.org, or call (973) 267-9700 X10.

Version 2.0 contains the full text of all ANSI/HI Standards, and features several enhanced search and navigation features. It has 1500+ pages of content and 26 Standards, including four landmark ANSI/HI Standards, new for version 2.0:

  • Effects of Liquid Viscosity on Rotodynamic Pump Performance Standard – replaces 40+ year old HI viscosity correction nomographs; was developed to predict the performance change of rotodynamic pumps operated on viscous liquids relative to their performance on water. (ANSI/HI 9.6.7)
  • Rotodynamic (Centrifugal) Slurry Pump Standard (including Slurry Pump Test) – includes slurry pump types, types of slurries, slurry limitations, slurry solids’ effect on pumps, pump froth, pump wear and applications. (ANSI/HI 12.1-12.6)
  • Air-Operated Pump Standard – includes positive displacement reciprocating pumps used for general fluid transfer, which are driven by means of a compressed gas. (ANSI/HI 10.1-10.5)
  • Air-Operated Pump Test Standard – provides uniform procedures for mechanical and other pump performance testing and for recording the test results of air-operated diaphragm and bellows pumps. (ANSI/HI 10.6)
Convenient Search Capability: In addition to expanded content, Version 2.0 includes a variety of convenient navigation features. To find specific information, users can search the extensive Master Index, or click a hyperlink in the Index or Table of Contents in any individual Standard to jump directly to the desired page. In addition, all Standards are in Adobe® Acrobat® format, allowing users to utilize bookmarks, annotations, printing, and multiple page views. Stay current with the latest HI standards – order your copy today.

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