Learn How to Identify and Reduce Hidden Operating and Energy Costs
Did you know that the average pumping system efficiency is 40% or less?
When pumping systems are not optimized for best efficiency, they will drain your company’s profitably with higher energy and maintenance costs, more CO 2 emissions and a less reliable system overall.
The Hydraulic Institute advises that a typical medium-sized plant spends over $1.4 Million a year on energy to run their pumping equipment. Better system design and optimized pumping systems may result in savings that will average $350,000 per year on energy alone.
In addition, CO 2 emissions may be reduced up to 4,436 tons by implementing critical systems optimization concepts. With the system running more efficiently, maintenance and operating costs will go down and the mean-time-between-repairs will improve.
With the current volatile economic conditions, finding ways to help organizations save money and improve operations is more important than ever. For this reason, Hydro is hosting a Hydraulic Institute training course for those interested in better understanding pumping systems and who want to learn the financial benefits of pump system optimization, variable speed drives and life cycle costs.
Pumping System Optimization:
Opportunities to Improve Life Cycle Performance
Attendees to the one-day course will gain valuable new skills, earn 7 PDH (professional development hours) and learn how to develop an action plan to help improve system efficiency to reduce energy and operating costs at your plant.
- Why Efficient Pumping Systems are Important
- Pumps and Pump/System Interaction
- Analyzing Pumping Systems
- Improving the Performance of Pumping Systems
- Life-Cycle Cost Analysis
- Developing an Action Plan
- Summary and Where to Go to Get Help
If you are interested in attending a seminar on a different date, at a different Hydro Service Center, or onsite at your facility: