Plant Engineering Webcast 9/15

 
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Thursday, September 15 at 2 p.m. EDT/1 p.m. CDT/11 a.m. PDT
Unthrottle Your Profits: Tips for Boosting Pump Efficiency, Reliability and Process Control

As electricity costs rise, many industrial plants are implementing energy management software and efficiency programs to reduce costs. But managing energy use is only part of the equation for improving efficiency. Process pumps are the biggest consumers of energy in most plants -- and every watt of power wasted by oversized or over-throttled pumps is converted to heat and vibration that reduce equipment reliability. This Webcast will teach the basics of optimizing pump performance to achieve a triple benefit – lower energy costs, lower maintenance costs, and improved process control.

Plant Engineering Content Manager Bob Vavra will be joined by ITT experts on energy efficiency and equipment reliability, including Mike Pemberton, a member of the Hydraulic Institute who has edited industry guidebooks and led education efforts on pump optimization.

Supported by case studies from a variety of industries, Mike and his fellow presenters will give attendees practical, how-to advice for applying the efficiency formula to improve pump performance and bottom-line results, while benefiting the environment.
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