HI Offers Webinar on Pump System Assessments

      Hydraulic Institute Offers Webinars on Pump System Assessments

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      The Hydraulic Institute will be offering two webinars on Pump System Assessments.

      The first webinar, Intro to Pump System Assessments, will take place April 7th at 1:00pm ET. Webinar participants will gain knowledge on how to reduce maintenance costs, increase productivity, and lower all energy costs. Attendees will learn about the Pump Systems Optimization process and will learn how to conduct Pump System Assessments along with how to implement a pump system assessment action plan. This webinar session is an excellent lead into the 2-Part Advanced Pump System Assessment webinar series which will begin April 21st.

      Registration for this webinar session is $119. All registered attendees will earn 1 PDH credit upon completion of the session. Session registration is now open at: http://estore.pumps.org/Education/Intro_Pump_Assessments.aspx.

      The advanced series is a two part webinar that will take place April 21st and 28th at 1:00pm ET. This series provides insight into the key steps in understanding the major components of level 2 and level 3 pump systems assessment processes. Participants will learn how to effectively manage and implement pump system assessments and improve profitability, reduce maintenance costs, increase productivity, and lower energy costs.

      Registration for this webinar series is $229. All registered attendees will earn2 professional development hour (PDH) credits upon completion of the series. Registration is now open at: http://estore.pumps.org/Advanced-Pump-System-Assessments-P1289.aspx.

      Both series will be taught by William C. Livoti of WEG Electric Corp. For more information on both webinars, email Andrea Kucker, Education, Marketing Operations Specialist at akucker@pumps.org or 973-267-9700 x 202.  

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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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