Pump Engineering and Maintenance January 27, 2021

Continuing Education Credits: 0.4 CECs Water and Wastewater - Technical

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Wednesday, January 27, 2021
8:00 AM - 12:15 PM (EST)
ZOOM Link for Pumps Class

Event Details

BEFORE YOU REGISTER ANYONE FOR THIS CLASS:

1. You are in the database so DO NOT ADD yourself or create a new account. If you do not know what email address we have on file for you, call the office.

2. Each person must have an INDIVIDUAL EMAIL ADDRESS (It does not have to be a company email, just one they can access for the zoom link).

To get the CECs each person must be logged in the entire time and answer the random poll questions that pop up on the screen during the class.


Pump Engineering & Maintenance

Pumps are a major tool used in the water and waste-water industry. We will focus on the different types of pumps and their applications for moving water, wastewater, sludge, chemicals and other products in our industry. The focus will be on the operation and maintenance, choosing and sizing the right pump for the job and proper maintenance practices including lubrication.

Continuing Education Credits: 0.4 CECs Water and Wastewater - Technical

Instructor: Kerr Pump

Price: $95 Members per attendee, $125 Non-Members per attendee

Agenda

January 27
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM Introduction to Pumps & Motors 1. Pumping Technologies 2. Pump Curves & Sizing 3. Using VFDs 4. Confined Space & Dry Pit Conversions
11:00 AM - 11:15 AM Break
11:15 AM - 12:30 PM Pump & Motor O&M 1. Special Problems/Cavitation, Etc. 2. Bearings & Packing 3. Lubrication

For More Information:

Michigan Rural Water Association Logo 2127 University Park Drive, Suite 340
Okemos, MI 48864
517.657.2601