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Water and Wastewater Pump System Troubleshooting

MAY 11, 2017 | 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
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Eliminating persistent pumping system failures is one way to achieve sustainable growth in the U.S. Water Industry. You can do that through reduced maintenance costs, increased capacity utilization and reduced energy consumption.

This one-day course, developed by the Hydraulic Institute and Pump Systems Matter*, on pump systems troubleshooting for water and waste water systems will help you learn how to reduce maintenance costs and avoid pumping system failures, understand how to reduce wear and tear on all pumps and other system components, troubleshoot any pumping system problem and improve pumping system reliability and uptime.

Credits
• 7 PDH credits from the Hydraulic Institute
• Clackamas Community College: 0.7 (CEUs)
• IFMA: 7 CFM maintenance points
• RETA: 7 PDHs or .7 CEUsCourse developed by the Hydraulic Institute. 7 PDH

Instructor
William C. Livoti, Hydraulic Institute

FREE to PGE commercial, industrial and institutional customers. Others may attend may attend for $275.

*Pump Systems Matter is a nonprofit educational foundation established by the Hydraulic Institute, utilities and energy efficiency organizations to educate the marketplace and promote pump systems energy efficiency


Details

Date: May 11, 2017

Time: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Cost: Free

Event Category: Commercial, Industry + Agriculture

Website: www.energyeducationcenter.com/TrainingDetails.aspx?x=622

Location

Clean Water Services
16580 SW 85th Ave
Tigard, OR 97224 United States
Phone: 503-464-2931


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