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EVS-EN 16644:2014

Pumps - Rotodynamic pumps - Glandless circulators having a rated power input not exceeding 200 W for heating installations and domestic hot water installations - Noise test code (vibro-acoustics) for measuring structure- and fluid-borne noise

General information
Valid from 12.01.2015
Base Documents
EN 16644:2014
ICS Groups
23.080 Pumps
Directives or regulations
None
Standard history
Status
Date
Type
Name
12.01.2015
Main
07.02.2008
Corrigendum
05.07.2006
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This European Standard specifies a test code for the vibro-acoustic characterization of glandless circulators with pump housing having a rated power input P1 ≤ 200W, intended to be used in heating installations, domestic hot water service installations and cooling systems, and is limited to glandless circulators with threaded connections of 11/2 inch. The test code comprises the test rig, the measurement method and the test conditions. This European Standard applies to glandless circulators, which are manufactured after the date of issue of this European Standard. The characterization principle is based on measuring the structure-borne and the fluid-borne power transmitted respectively by vibration and pressure fluctuations in the pipe connected to a glandless circulator.
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