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VIBRATION ACCEPTANCE TESTING FOR CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

OVERHUNG PUMPS

CENTERHUNG PUMPS

VIBRATION ACCEPTANCE

When a performance test is required, bearing housing vibration


shall be measured in the horizontal, vertical, and axial planes. The
measurement shall be taken at the pump's rated speed (+/- 5 pct.)
and from minimum continuous allowable flow to rated flow.
Vibration limits in any plane shall not exceed Vibration limits in
any plane shall not exceed 6.1 mm/sec (0.25 in/sec) 0-peak
velocity.
CENTRIFUGAL FAN

VIBRATION ACCEPTANCE FOR CENTRIFUGAL FANS

Maximum vibration velocity amplitude measured in any plane on the

bearing housing shall not exceed 3.7 mm/sec Pk.

Foundation/ Support Structure class as per ISO 10816-3 :

Rigid Support &Flexible Support :

These support conditions are determined by the relationship


between the machine and foundation flexibilities. If the lowest
natural frequency of the combined machine and support system in
the direction of measurement is higher than its main excitation
frequency by at least 25% , then the support system may be
considered rigid in that direction. All other support systems may be
considered flexible.

As typical examples, large and medium-sized machines with low


speeds, would normally have rigid supports, whereas turbo-
generators or compressors with power greater than 10MW and
vertical machine sets would usually have flexible supports.

In some cases, a support assembly may be rigid in one measuring


direction and flexible in the other. For example, the lowest natural
frequency in the vertical direction may be well above the main
excitation frequency, while the horizontal natural frequency may be
considered less. Such a system would be stiff in the vertical plane
but flexible in the horizontal. In such cases, the vibration should be
evaluated in accordance with the support classification which
corresponds to the measurement direction.

Rigid Support : 3.7mm/sec Pk

Flexible Support : 6.1 mm/sec Pk


Foundation/ Support Structure class as per ISO 10816-3 :

Rigid Support &Flexible Support :

These support conditions are determined by the relationship


between the machine and foundation flexibilities. If the lowest
natural frequency of the combined machine and support system in
the direction of measurement is higher than its main excitation
frequency by at least 25% , then the support system may be
considered rigid in that direction. All other support systems may be
considered flexible.

As typical examples, large and medium-sized machines with low


speeds, would normally have rigid supports, whereas turbo-
generators or compressors with power greater than 10MW and
vertical machine sets would usually have flexible supports.

In some cases, a support assembly may be rigid in one measuring


direction and flexible in the other. For example, the lowest natural
frequency in the vertical direction may be well above the main
excitation frequency, while the horizontal natural frequency may be
considered less. Such a system would be stiff in the vertical plane
but flexible in the horizontal. In such cases, the vibration should be
evaluated in accordance with the support classification which
corresponds to the measurement direction.

Rigid Support : 6.1 mm/sec Pk

Flexible Support : 10.0 mm/sec Pk