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BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM)

  BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM) - A Europump Guide The Pump industry has investigated the current requirements from the construction industry to achieve BIM Level 2 acceptance. The conclusion was to develop a...
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Category: Technical Information

PUMP VIBRATION STANDARDS GUIDELINES

  PUMP VIBRATION STANDARDS  - A Europump Guide The diversity of standards applicable to the pump industry is probably greater on the subject of vibration than any other field. These standards can appear to be...
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Category: Technical Information

EXTENDED PRODUCT APPROACH FOR PUMPS

  EXTENDED PRODUCT APPROACH FOR PUMPS - A Europump Guide Guideline on the application of Commission Regulation 641/2009/EC and the amendment 622/2012/EC with regard to eco design requirements for circulators ...
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Category: Technical Information

BPMA Golf Day 2017
The results

  The 2017 BPMA Golf day took place this year on 25th May, on the Bainbridge Course at Heythrop Park,...
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Category: Events

BPMA's 75th Anniversary Dinner
75 Years Celebrated in Style

To help celebrate three-quarters of a century serving the British pump industry, the BPMA recently staged a special Anniversary...
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Category: Events

Job seekers looking for work

If  you are looking for work within the Pump Industry, you can send a copy of your CV to s.smith@bpma.org.uk  and the BPMA and will promote you on our website and distribute your CV to any...
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Category: Careers in Pumping

Pump Working Pressure

Pumps require, in order to ensure trouble-free operation, a minimum static inlet pressure at the pump suction port, which is generally termed the minimum available net positive suction head (NPSH). This available inlet pressure decreases...
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Category: Pumping Fundamentals

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