Pump Systems Optimization One-Day Course Presented By The Hydraulic Institute October 22, 2013 - Baltimore, Maryland
Pump Systems Matter, the 501(c)3 educational subsidiary of the Hydraulic Institute, will host the upcoming Pump Systems Optimization: Energy Efficiency & Bottom-Line Savings course directly before the Hydraulic Institute's 2013 Fall meeting in Baltimore, Maryland.
At the one-day course, participants will gain new skills that will help improve centrifugal pump systems efficiency and reduce energy and operating costs. Participants also earn 7 professional development hour (PDH) credits from the Hydraulic Institute, an approved provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for Professional Engineers who attend the course.
REGISTRATION: Visit http://estore.pumps.org/PSOFall to register for the upcoming course.
Grand Historic Venue & Embassy Suites Downtown Baltimore
222 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD, 21202
Date: October 22, 2013
Time: 9:00am - 4:30pm EDT
Presenter: William Livoti, Business Development Manager, Power Generation, WEG Electric Corp.
Optimization course visit & print the course brochure at www.PumpSystemsMatter.org/PSOFall.
About The Presenter
With over 30 years of experience in the pump industry designing, field testing, repairing and troubleshooting mechanical seals, compressors and pumping systems. William has worked for several pump and mechanical seal OEM's as well as Corporate Principal Engineer for Balance of Plant equipment at a large power utility company where among other responsibilities he was responsible for asset management and life cycle performance. William Livoti has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and holds several patents in motor and gearing design for pumps and power industry.
Kathy Doran, Education & Training Coord., Pump Systems Matter - Email: kdoran@Pumps.org
Lori Siegfried, Marketing, Projects, & Events Coord., Hydraulic Institute - Email: lsiegfried@Pumps.org
- Why efficient pump systems are important
- Systems optimization and improvement
- Basic pump system interaction
- Screening pump systems
- Improving performance
- Life-cycle analysis
- Developing an "Action Plan"
- ASME Pump Systems Energy Assessment Standard
- ISO 50001 for Energy Management Systems
This course is designed to help participants learn how to identify and reduce hidden operating and energy costs in their pump systems, improving efficiency and ultimately increasing the profitability of their businesses. Energy savings of 20-40% or more are possible with pump systems optimization.
SOURCE: Pump Systems Matter