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Publisher Summary. The characteristic curves indicate the behavior of a pump under changing operating conditions. The head, power input, and efficiency at constant speed n are plotted against the flow rate. A head-capacity curve of a centrifugal pump is said to be stable when the head curve rises steadily from high flow towards shut-off, i.e., there is always a negative slope. We manufacture more pumps in the United States than any other pump company, setting the standard for innovation, efficiency, reliability and sustainability. Our solutions help our partners move water for residential and commercial buildings, groundwater, industry and municipalities. Selection Tools. End Suction Pumps. Immersible Pumps. Historically, Hydraulic Institute standards have been divided into “1-series” standards covering centrifugal pumps and “2-series” standards covering vertical pumps. As noted in the names of the standards, the old centrifugal and vertical pumps are grouped under the name rotodynamic, which is an improvement in the accuracy of the. These pumps are generally referred to as Prime-assist pumps. They use a vacuum pump or an air compressor to remove the air out of the suction hose and pump body in order to prime the pump. This enables the pump to start dry and re-prime itself without manually adding water. In addition, these pumps can be used when lots of air hasFile Size: 2MB.
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