Live Online Horizontal Pump Failure Modes Class

Join instructor Mike Mancini in this full-length course as he discusses the generic failure modes that affect reliability and life in horizontal pumps. This course will feature live instruction in a virtual classroom. Recordings of the class will be available each day for those who are unable to attend one of the sessions live.

October 10 & 12 | 12pm – 4pm CT (Chicago)

Inquire about larger groups for volume discount.

8 Professional Development Units (PDU), Certificate Provided upon Completion

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Failure Modes provides an in-depth understanding of generic failure mechanisms for horizontal pumps that impact annual operating & maintenance costs. This training enables personnel to better identify root causes, as well as understand and apply cost-effective solutions to achieve best-in-class performance and life for centrifugal pumps.

This training will significantly affect the “bottom line” by providing information to: help eliminate pump-related forced outages; achieve optimal reliability and life; and reduce annual costs for energy, maintenance, inventory and

Asset Monitoring Improves Reliability & Visibility

Hydro remote condition monitoring A major pipeline transmission company found itself reconsidering the effectiveness of its maintenance strategy. The company faced a challenge: optimizing asset visibility and implementing remote condition monitoring of equipment health while avoiding a high-cost investment and installation disruptions.

This particular pipeline transfers a variety of products, ranging from gasoline to jet fuel, serving customers via pump stations and storage tanks across the United States. For this customer, it is imperative to ensure that pumping assets are efficient, reliable and safely maintained consistently. The pipeline supports the needs of more than 50 cities, thus making the pumping assets critical to the availability and overall operation.

Technology plays a vital role in day-to-day operations in supporting end user activities, ensuring strict safety regulations, optimizing maintenance and providing data on equipment health. In this case, the pipeline company wanted to significantly improve and innovate upon its current maintenance approach in two ways: by monitoring asset visibility in real-time and trending data for their critical pumping equipment.

Authored by Ares Panagoulias and Ken Babusiak.