Cornell Pump Toolkit Metric
The right mobile app to answer your questions about centrifugal pumps! ALL NEW METRIC VERSION! Powerful, with detailed pump curves and pump recommendations, the mobile app can be used to calculate:
Total Dynamic Head
Net Positive Suction Head
And, save and share your calculations
Plus, suggest pumps from Cornells robust and efficient catalog to meet your system needs.
Cornell Pump Toolkit Metric can be used on Android devicesallowing functionality without needing to be connected to the internet. The application is freeideal for use by project managers, engineers, operators, mechanics, and distributors in agricultural, industrial, municipal, mining, and rental applications.
Cornell Pump Toolkit Metric is used as an approximating tool for pumps and systems. While the Toolkit has been examined by Cornell staff, including professional engineers, and found to be accurate, Cornell offers more detailed and precise calculations through tools available on our website. Cornell Pump Toolkit Metric is a quick check for in field operations, and narrowing pump selections.
Calculations are made assuming 15 degree Celsius water; water at significantly different temperatures or liquids with different specific gravity may yield substantially divergent results. Piping friction loss is calculated using Hazen-Williams hydraulic equationsas the diameter of pumps get smaller than 7 cm or larger than 30 cm there is less accuracy in the calculation that is not corrected by the toolkit. Care should be used in comparing smaller or larger piping with the toolkit.