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CEN - EN 17038-1

Pumps - Methods of qualification and verification of the Energy Efficiency Index for rotodynamic pump units - Part 1: General requirements and procedures for testing and calculation of Energy Efficiency Index (EEI)

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Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 May 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 38
ICS Code (Pumps): 23.080
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This document describes a methodology to evaluate energy efficiency performance of pump units based on a non-dimensional numerical value called Energy Efficiency Index (EEI).

This document covers pump units consisting of:

- one single or several rotodynamic water pump(s), including where integrated in other products, and driven by a motor system, consisting of an electrical motor, and either:

- a terminal box which only enables to operate the pump unit at constant motor stator frequency and thereby (nearly) constant rotational speed, or

- a CDM (Complete Drive Module) which enables to operate the pump unit at variable rotational speed depending on a varying demand of flow rate and/or discharge or differential pressure.

NOTE A CDM is also often called VSD (Variable Speed Drive).

Pump units as defined above are treated as extended products in respect to their energy efficiency.

Document History

EN 17038-1
May 1, 2019
Pumps - Methods of qualification and verification of the Energy Efficiency Index for rotodynamic pump units - Part 1: General requirements and procedures for testing and calculation of Energy Efficiency Index (EEI)
This document describes a methodology to evaluate energy efficiency performance of pump units based on a non-dimensional numerical value called Energy Efficiency Index (EEI). This document covers...

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