Pump Groups Seek Hosts for Enhanced Course

Pump Systems Matter and the Hydraulic Institute are launching an enhanced version of the one-day course, Pumping Systems Optimization: Opportunities to Improve Life Cycle Performance in June.

They are seeking parties from the pump industry, utilities, state energy offices, energy efficiency organizations, engineering consulting firms, pump system users and educational organizations interested in hosting the course to begin to drive change in how pumping systems are viewed.

The course focuses on pumping system optimization, energy saving opportunities, and life cycle costing, and the topics covered include:

  • Introduction and review of the six step Action Plan
  • Why efficient pumping systems are important
  • Pump and pump/system interaction
  • Screening pumping systems
  • Analyzing pumping systems
  • Improving the performance of pumping systems
  • Life cycle cost analysis
  • Developing an Action Plan and where to find available resources and tools

Case studies and group exercises are an integral part of this course.

By hosting this course, organizations can strengthen customer relationships by providing new skills to help customers reduce energy and operating costs. Additional benefits include helping technical and sales staff be more effective with customers by providing training about critical energy savings opportunities, providing Professional Development Hours (PDH) that can be used toward Continuing Education Units (CEU), and complementing energy conservation programs with energy efficiency education on pumping systems.

For more information, visit Frequently Asked Questions, or call Kathy Doran at 973.267.9700 Ext. 216.

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