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Armstrong Limited

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ASCO Power Technologies LLP

BC Hydro

BigMachines, Inc.

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Buffalo Pumps Div. of Air & Liquid Systems Corp.

Carver Pump Company

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Chempump, a Division of Teikoku USA Inc.

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Dover Pump Solutions Group
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Neptune Chemical Pump Co., Inc.
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Essco Pump Division, Engineers Sales Service Co.

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Flowserve Corporation

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GE Energy - Motors

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Graphite Metallizing Corporation

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Hydro, Inc.

IMO Colfax
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KSB, Inc.

Leistritz Corporation

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Lewis Pumps

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Manitoba Hydro

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Metso Minerals Industries, Inc.

Mid American Energy Company

Moving Water Industries (MWI)

MWH Americas, Inc.

National Pump Company

Nidec Motor Corporation

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LaBour Pump

Pentair Water - Engineered Flow GBU
Aurora Pump
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Fairbanks Morse Pump Corporation
Hydromatic Pumps
Myers

Price Pump Company

ProMinent Fluid Controls Inc. - USA

Pump Design, Development & Diagnostics, LLC

PumpWorks 610

Reddy-Buffaloes Pump, Inc.

Robbins & Myers - Fluid Management Group
Moyno, Inc.

SAIC

Schneider Electric - Square D

Scot Pump Division, Ardox Corp.

Siemens Industry, Inc.

Simflo Pumps, Inc.

Sims Pump Co., Inc.

SJE-Rhombus®

Smith & Loveless, Inc.

SPP Pumps, Inc.

Sulzer Process Pumps (US) Inc.

Sulzer Pumps (US) Inc.

TACO, Inc.

Vertiflo Pump Co., Inc.

Warren Rupp, Inc.

Waukesha Bearings Corporation

WEG Electric Corp.

Weir Floway, Inc.

Weir Specialty Pumps

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Weir Minerals North America

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NEW: Compression Packing: Applications, Installation, and Regulations 3-Part Webinar Series

Description: This new webinar series is brought to you by the Hydraulic Institute and Fluid Sealing Association and covers three main areas in compression packing, Compression Packing, Technology Basics, Application and Installation Insights, and Regulations and Standards Information.

Participants gain insights into all the different materials used in compression packing and will learn more about fiber materials, flexible graphic lubricants, and even bulk materials. This series also covers many different construction methods such as braiding extruding, die-forming crimped/spiral wound and laminating machining. Participants will gain a full understanding of all the manufacturing methods like molding technology and die forming technology. This series also covers how each compression packing works in diverse applications such as abrasive and high speed rotary services.

Course Date: July 24, July 31, August 7, 2014
Session Time(s):
1:00-2:00pm EDT
Instructor: Various Compression Packing Experts
Series Fee: $249.00

Power Plant Pumps - Maximize Your Uptime & Reliability: 3-Part Webinar Series

Description: Learn more about the current state of the power industry and the types of pumps that are used for specific pump services.  By proper specification, selection, and operation of these pumps, you and your operating personnel will understand how to maximize uptime, availability, and reliability of Pumps used in your power plant pumping systems. Earn 3 PDH credits for participating in this series. (PDH credit awarded for live sessions only)

Course Date: August 5, August 12, August 19, 2014
Session Time(s):
1:00-2:00pm EDT
Instructor: William Livoti, Business Development Manager, Power Generation, WEG Electric
Series Fee: $249.00

NEW - Rotodynamic Pumps for Vibration Measurement & Allowable Values

Description: The Hydraulic Institute, in collaboration with Jack Claxton from Patterson Pump Company and associated HI committee members, has launched a new webinar series that focuses on critical measurement made on non-rotating (bearing housings) of rotodynamic pumps. This new webinar series has been specifically designed for distributors, sales channels and even pump end-users. It also serves as an effective internal training tool for new engineers.

Webinar attendees will gain in-depth information on maximum allowable vibration values and acceptance tests. If your customers use centrifugal or vertical pumps in clear water, solids handling or in slurry pump applications, this webinar will be useful for factory (vibration) acceptance tests as well as field vibration testing.

Course Date: August 13, 2014 (Rescheduled July 10th Session)
Session Time(s):
1:00-2:00pm EDT
Instructor: Jack Claxton, Vice President, Engineering, Patterson Pump Company
Series Fee: $99.00

eLearning Courses - Rotodynamic (Centrifugal) Pumps & Positive Displacement Pumps

Description: Pump Training on your time. Enroll in the above eLearning courses presented by Pump Systems Matter to advance your pump knowledge. Set your own pace whenever, wherever it's convenient. You are allowed 60 days from 1st login for completion on any given module. Learning objectives are clearly listed at the beginning and interactive questions can be found throughout. Each module is richly illustrated with pump graphics, animations, cutaways, curves, drawings, equations, examples and specification tools. 2 Professional Development Hours (PDH) per module will be given upon completion. Also a certificate of completion may be printed upon successful exam (90%). Exams may be retaken if necessary.

Duration: Each module takes approximately 1-2 hours to complete
Enrollment Fee: $85.00 per module (group discount pricing also available)
Who Should Attend: Management, Technical/ Engr, Operations, Maintenance


Pump Systems Optimization: Host Your Own Course!

Description: Optimize your educational experience, face to face, in a small classroom setting and gain the valuable knowledge from a qualified and seasoned pump systems expert. Learn how to save your company up to 40% of energy costs and earn 7 PDH credits at the same time. Contact Mark Sullivan at 973.267.9700 x200 or msullivan@Pumps.org for more information regarding hosting your own course.

Who Should Attend: Management, Technical/ Engr, Marketing, Operations, Maintenance

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PSM Webinar Schedule (July - August 2014)

July - August

July

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NEW: Compression Packing: Applications, Installation, and Regulations 3-Part Webinar Series

Description: This new webinar series is brought to you by the Hydraulic Institute and Fluid Sealing Association and covers three main areas in compression packing, Compression Packing, Technology Basics, Application and Installation Insights, and Regulations and Standards Information.

Participants gain insights into all the different materials used in compression packing and will learn more about fiber materials, flexible graphic lubricants, and even bulk materials. This series also covers many different construction methods such as braiding extruding, die-forming crimped/spiral wound and laminating machining. Participants will gain a full understanding of all the manufacturing methods like molding technology and die forming technology. This series also covers how each compression packing works in diverse applications such as abrasive and high speed rotary services.

Course Date: July 24, July 31, August 7, 2014
Session Time(s):
1:00-2:00pm EDT
Instructor: Various Compression Packing Experts
Series Fee: $249.00

August

.

Power Plant Pumps - Maximize Your Uptime & Reliability: 3-Part Webinar Series

Description: Learn more about the current state of the power industry and the types of pumps that are used for specific pump services.  By proper specification, selection, and operation of these pumps, you and your operating personnel will understand how to maximize uptime, availability, and reliability of Pumps used in your power plant pumping systems. Earn 3 PDH credits for participating in this series. (PDH credit awarded for live sessions only)

Course Date: August 5, August 12, August 19, 2014
Session Time(s):
1:00-2:00pm EDT
Instructor: William Livoti, Business Development Manager, Power Generation, WEG Electric
Series Fee: $249.00

NEW - Rotodynamic Pumps for Vibration Measurement & Allowable Values

Description: The Hydraulic Institute, in collaboration with Jack Claxton from Patterson Pump Company and associated HI committee members, has launched a new webinar series that focuses on critical measurement made on non-rotating (bearing housings) of rotodynamic pumps. This new webinar series has been specifically designed for distributors, sales channels and even pump end-users. It also serves as an effective internal training tool for new engineers.

Webinar attendees will gain in-depth information on maximum allowable vibration values and acceptance tests. If your customers use centrifugal or vertical pumps in clear water, solids handling or in slurry pump applications, this webinar will be useful for factory (vibration) acceptance tests as well as field vibration testing.

Course Date: August 13, 2014 (Rescheduled July 10th Session)
Session Time(s):
1:00-2:00pm EDT
Instructor: William Livoti, Business Development Manager, Power Generation, WEG Electric
Series Fee: $99.00


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eLearning - The Online Pump Training Experience 

Take the Rotodynamic (Centrifugal) Pumps or Positive Displacement Pumps eLearning courses and earn 2 PDH credits for each module! Enroll today.