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What is new in API 610 11th Ed. (ISO 13709 2nd Ed.)?

12.01.2010  |  Korkowski, F. ,  Flowserve, Vernon, CaliforniaJones, R. L.,  Consultant, Houston, TexasSanders, J. D. ,  Fluor, Sugar Land, Texas

Updates to global specifications address pump reliability and much more

Keywords: [pumps] [bearings] [safety] [design] [design standards] [API]

Whenever a new edition of a global specification such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) or the American Petroleum Institute (API) is released, there is often confusion about the explicit details and rationale of the changes made. This article will address changes that have been incorporated into the new ISO 13709 2nd Edition - ANSI/API Standard 610 11th Edition, Centrifugal pumps for petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries. It will specifically discuss significant changes that will impact pump reliability as well as other key changes.

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