October 2016

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Codes and Standards: Overcome technical difficulties in field pumps ordered to API 610/ISO 13709

The continued objective of this column series is to increase awareness of code requirements, interpretations and limitations as they stand today, and the options available to engineers for “alternative engineering.”

Murti, D. G., The Augustus Group

The continued objective of this column series is to increase awareness of code requirements, interpretations and limitations as they stand today, and the options available to engineers for “alternative engineering.” Another intention is to forewarn end users of the pitfalls of adhering to codes and standards indiscriminately, particularly those that have recently undergone major changes. The information provided here is based on actual field implementations and the resulting satisfactory experiences. If engineering or other professional services are required, then the assistance of a competent professional authority should be sought. The American Petroleum Institute’s API Standard 610, “Cen

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