12th Annual Pumps Theory-and-Hands-on Maintenance and Reliability Conference
Atlanta, GA, April 6-7, 2016
Dedicated to Answering Your Specific Questions!
Start collecting from your plant(s) pump problems - and Email your questions during the 2016 – they will be posted!
see growing “List of Questions” below
the answers (with detailed solutions) will be given at the Conference!
Rotating Machinery Maintenance, Reliability and Energy Conference
(in consortium with leading pumps’ and pump-related equipment manufacturers, suppliers and pump end users)
Note: PumpTec-2016 will be also augmented by the Vibrations Institute meeting on April 8, Friday, following the PumpTec Conference: www.GeorgiaVibration.org
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PUMPS
Sponsored and Organized by U.S. Technology Center of Pumping Machinery, LLC (Atlanta) and Pumping Solutions, Inc (Chicago)
in consortium with leading pumps’ and pump-related equipment manufacturers and suppliers
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineering, maintenance, operating and management professionals from: Water and Wastewater municipalities, power plants, chemical plants, HVAC, pulp and paper mills, and general pump-related affiliations. Industries involved: power generation, water and wastewater, chemical and petrochemical plants, hydrocarbon processing, paper mills, marine and navy, and general industries.
· Training on a variety of pump types, styles and makes
· Technical, lots of hands-on, and busy
· See the pumps at the internals, attend hands-on training sessions
· Assemble pumps, learn pumps troubleshooting methods
· Equipment reliability improvement techniques and life extension
· Efficiency improvements and energy savings methods
· Gain new skills, and leave having gained real knowledge, ready to implement at your facility and in your career
Each attendee will receive a Certificate of Attendance and Graduation with 1.6 Continuing Education Units (CEU) to qualify for 16 Professional Development Hours (PDH) needed to fulfill Professional Engineers’ continuing education requirements in many states.
Program training is also certified by several agencies, including Georgia Secretary of State Board of Examiners for Certification of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators with an official Continuing Education Course Number CE-12-0610-NELIK-013112-0001 (12 points); Energy and Environment Cabinet of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection, Course ID #7113 (12 Continuing Education Hours), and other states' agencies.
Program Objective: to provide Plant Maintenance, Reliability and Engineering professionals working with pumps with a “rapid-deployment” - hands-on training exercises, specifically designed to reinforce pump theory, applications and pump repair and maintenance techniques. Industries involved: power generation, water and wastewater, chemical and petrochemical plants, hydrocarbon processing, paper mills, marine and navy, and general industries. Practical and pragmatic training for a pump novice, and an excellent refresher for the old-timers.
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