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Install Mechanical Seal into Series 432 Pump
Setting End Clearance
Install Mechanical Seal into Stuffing Box
Install Behind the Rotor Mechanical Seal
Series 32 Pump Repair Kit Installation
Series 432 Pump Repair Kit Installation
Series 493, 495, 4193, 4195, 4197 Pump Repair Kit Installation
Series 4124B / 4224B Seal Dissasembly, Repair & Reassembly
Series 123A / 223A Seal Dissasembly, Repair & Reassembly
Series 124A / 224A / 124AE Seal Dissasembly, Repair & Reassembly
Series 126A / 226A Seal Dissasembly, Repair & Reassembly
Series 127A / 227A Seal Dissasembly, Repair & Reassembly
Series 4123A / 4223A with Stuffing Box Component Seals Repair Kit Installation
Series 4124A / 4124AE / 4224A / 4224AE with Stuffing Box Component Seals Repair Kit Installation
Series 4126A / 4226A with Stuffing Box Component Seals Repair Kit Installation
Series 4127A / 4227A with Stuffing Box Component Seals Repair Kit Installation
Series 4223AX / 4223AX, 4127AX/4327AX Bearing Replacement
Series 4123AA/4223AA/4323AA, 4127AA/4227AA/4327AA Bearing Replacement
Series 4195 Repair
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Pumpschool.com is an introduction to positive displacement (PD) pumps, and in particular, rotary pumps. Study as long as you want and recess whenever you feel like it. Pump School is always open.
Viking pumps can handle a wide variety of liquids, each with its own characteristics. To learn more about some of the liquids commonly pumped by Viking pumps, either scroll down the list, or select the letter to narrow your search. NOTE: This is not a complete list. If you handle a liquid not found on this list, please contact your local stocking distributor, found on the contact us page, for handling recommendations.
Energy Savings Calculator
Welcome to the Viking Pump Energy Calculator! Use it to understand the annual energy cost of any pump or motor-driven equipment. Or, compare the operational costs per year between two alternative pumps or other motor-driven equipment in the same service as part of a life cycle cost evaluation.
UCONEER is a downloadable unit conversion tool tailored to the needs of Engineers involved in pump selection and system design work. There are common conversions such as Pressure, Power, Torque, and Flow, but also more specific conversions such as Viscosity, Mass to Volumetric Flow, Reynolds Numbers, and many more. (Windows 7, Vista, XP, 10)