HI Offers Webinar Series to Assist Pump Industry Navigate the Requirements of the New DOE Pump Rulemaking

      Hydraulic Institute Offers Pump Webinar Series to Assist Pump Industry Navigate the Requirements of the New DOE Pump Rulemaking

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      The Hydraulic Institute (HI) is offering a new webinar series on Navigating the Requirements of the DOE Test Procedure. This two-part webinar series begins May 10th and continues May 17th and will build on May 3rds complimentary overview training. Both sessions begin at 1:00pm ET.

      Session 1 will be instructed by Arnie Sdano of Pentair Flow Technologies and covers the requirements to test pumps in accordance with the DOE Test Procedure for Pumps and will delve into HI 40.6-2014 Methods for Rotodynamic Pump Efficiency Testing as incorporated by reference in the final DOE Test Procedure for Pumps.

      Session 2 will be instructed by Peter Gaydon of the Hydraulic Institute. This session covers the five options to calculate the performance metrics outlined in the DOE Energy Conservation Standard and Test Procedure for Pumps. Attendees will learn how to calculate constant load or variable load Pump Energy Index (PEI) for various clean water pump configurations.

      The registration fee for this webinar series has been reduced to $189. Upon completion of the series, all registered attendees earn up to 2 professional development hour (PDH) credits. Registration is available now at http://estore.pumps.org/Navigating-the-Requirements-of-the-DOE-Test-Procedure-Webinar-Series-P1303.aspx.

      For more information about this series, email Kaitlyn Reynolds, Marketing Engagement Associate, at kreynolds@pumps.org or 973-267-9700 x 112.

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      The Hydraulic Institute: Advancing the pump manufacturing industry by becoming the world’s resource for pumping solutions by:

      • Addressing Pump Systems
      • Developing Standards
      • Expanding Knowledge and Resources
      • Educating the Marketplace
      • Advocating for the Industry

      For more information on the Hydraulic Institute, visit www.Pumps.org.

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