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Specification Sheets

Specification Sheets

Specification Sheets

I'm looking for some standards specifications sheet (Excel format or similar), for pumps, heat exchanger, etc. Do they exist for free? Can anyone tell me how to get them?
Thank you

RE: Specification Sheets


I went to the Norsok website and couldn't find the mechanical standards (R-001) that Mogens claims are there.  I also tried his second URL and got an error message that that page has been removed.  I wanted to see what Norsok has come up with and if they have a quality of spec sheet to match the ones I have.  I have developed spec sheets that I am still improving and upgrading.  However, to date I have failed to find anyone that matches the degree of quality and detail that I've put into mine.

If you'd like to see mine, send me an email to:

and I'll send you a couple of copies of what I have.

This is a very important subject and item in the life of new process and plant engineers, and I've dedicated a lot of time to produce something of worth in this area of engineering expertise.

Art Montemayor
Spring, TX

RE: Specification Sheets


I copied the link from a previous thread, but the NORSOK homepage have changed. Now download the datasheets as a zip file at this page link.



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