Specific volumes of common pure polymers such as low- and high-density poly(ethylene), poly(n-butyl methacrylate), poly(styrene), and poly(o-methylstyrene) were calculated by the NLF and the MF-NLF equations of state, which were developed from nonrandom lattice-hole theory. Both models contain only two molecular parameters for a pure r-mer. The NLF model is based on the rigorous approximation of lattice-hole theory and thus it is somewhat complicated in practice. The MF-NLF model is based on the two-fluid approximation of the same lattice-hole theory and thus is relatively more semi-empirical than the NLF, while preserving comparable accuracy. In this work the models were comparatively applied to the calculation of the specific volumes of pure polymers, and the results obtainedto date were presented with emphasis on the practical utility of the models.