Power Zone Calculators

Power Zone Equipment specializes in designing and building pumps and packaged pumps systems for a wide variety of industrial applications. Every day we are presented with challenging scenarios where complex calculations are needed in order to provide a turnkey solution to our customers. We have chosen a few of the most common calculations and made user-friendly calculators that our customers can use on the go. Check them out below! If you have any questions, or if the calculators aren’t powerful enough to complete your calculation, call our engineering team for help.

Friction Loss Calculator

The Friction Loss Calculator is used to calculate the pressure drop caused by friction of a fluid moving through a pipeline. It is not intended to be used for highly complex friction loss calculations, but rather to give a quick, reasonably accurate estimate of the friction loss in simple piping systems.

Plunger/Piston Pump Flow Calculator

The Reciprocating Pump Flow Calculator is meant to quickly calculate the flow of a Plunger Pump or Piston Pump by entering in a few basic parameters.


NPSH Calculator

The Net Positive Suction Head calculator is designed to calculate NPSH Available from a system. NPSH (Net Positive Suction Head) is a term referring to fluid supply in a pumping system.

Pump Curve Speed Calculator

Using affinity laws, the performance of a centrifugal pump can be accurately calculated for different speeds.

Centrifugal Pump Power Calculator

This centrifugal pump power calculator is intended to calculate the mechanical power of a centrifugal pump at a set operating point.

Plunger Pump Rod Load Calculator

This reciprocating pump rod load calculator is meant to quickly calculate the rod load of a plunger pump.

Torque, Power, Rotation Speed Calculator

Calculate torque, power or rotation speed.

Volts, Amps, Power Calculator

Calculate volts, amps, watts, or power factor of an AC or DC electric motor.

Cylinder Volume Calculator

The Cylinder Volume calculator is designed to calculate the volume of a cylinder with specified diameter and stroke length.

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Disclaimer: These calculators are for estimation purposes only. They are not intended to provide complete answers to complex problems, but rather for quick reference and estimations. Although Power Zone strives to keep these calculators up to date and accurate, Power Zone is not liable for mistakes made as a result of errors or misinterpretations of these calculators.