Properly applying pumps can be a complex business. In this section you'll find information that can help in understanding pump basics, fluid dynamics, and other relevant information that can help in the process.
English measures - unless otherwise designated, are those used in the United States, and the units of weight and mass are avoirdupois units.
Gallon - designates the U.S. gallon. To convert into the Imperial gallon, multiply the U.S. gallon by 0.83267. Likewise, the word ton designates a short ton, 2,000 pounds.
Properties of water- it freezes at 32°F., and is at its maximum density at 39.2°F. In the multipliers using the properties of water, calculations are based on water at 39.2°F. in a vacuum, weighing 62.427 pounds per cubic foot, or 8.345 pounds per U.S. gallon
- Decimal and Millimeter Equivalents of Fractions
- Qwik Convert Tables
- Temperature Conversion Chart (Centrigrade(Celsius)-Farhenheit)
- Atmospheric Pressure and Barometer Readings at Different Altitudes
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