Comparing pump efficiency just got a whole lot easier thanks to a new rating system developed by the Hydraulic Institute (HI). For the first time ever, pump specifiers or purchasers can go directly to an online tool where they can compare the numerical efficiency scores of any pump….Read More
Under the DOE’s new efficiency standards for pumps, all Pump Efficiency Rating (PER) values use a full size or maximum impeller for a given pump and start at the pump’s best efficiency point (BEP). As you may recall from our last post, the new efficiency standard includes two versions of.....Read More
Heat pumps have them. Air conditioners have them. Even light bulbs have them. And now, for the first time in history, clean water pumps have them too.
We’re talking about efficiency standards, officially issued for pumps by the Department of Energy (DOE) on January 4, 2016. These new pump efficiency standards, which will take effect ...Read More