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Current Version: ANSI/HI 11.6-2012
Next Version: 2017
Scope: 'A submersible pump is defined as a close-coupled pump/motor unit designed to operate submerged in the pumped liquid. This definition includes submersible pumps operating in either a wet-pit or dry-pit environment. A standard test measures pump performance from suction flange to discharge flange and electrical input power. It does not include accessory items, such as discharge elbows, suction fittings, or valves, unless specified by a contractual agreement.
Chair: Paul Ruzicka - Xylem Inc.-Applied Water Systems
Vice Chair: James McKee - Pentair-Berkeley
Currently Not Seeking Members
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Current Version: ANSI/HI 14.6-2011
Next Version: 2016
Scope: 'This standard covers hydraulic performance tests for acceptance of rotodynamic pumps (centrifugal, mixed flow, and axial flow pumps), in this document referred to as pumps.
Chair: Al Iseppon - Pentair-Berkeley
Vice Chair: Michael Coussens - Peerless Pump Company
Current Version: None
Next Version: June 2016
Scope: 'Pumps and extended products that are subject to U.S. DOE efficiency regulations
Chair: Mark Chaffee - TACO, Inc.
Vice Chair: Patrick Hogg - Nidec Motor Corporation
Vice Chair: Jeff Bergman - Danfoss Drives
Currently Seeking Members
Current Version: HI 40.6-2014
Scope: 'This standard covers testing of rotodynamic pumps,
hereafter in this document referred to as pumps,
establishing minimum testing protocols for verification of pump efficiency.
Co-Chair: Arnold Sdano - Pentair - Fairbanks Nijhuis
Co-Chair: Paul Ruzicka - Xylem Inc.- Applied Water Systems
Current Version: HI 40.7-2015
Next Version: TBD
Scope: 'Participants in the pump test lab approval program include any organization, such as a corporation, research institution, laboratory, etc., whether domestic or international, that have the capability to test pumps and extended products to applicable test standards.
Co-Chair : Michael Coussens - Peerless Pump Company
Co-Chair: Mark Heiser - Xylem Inc.- Applied Water Systems