The most common machine to be driven by an electric motor is a pump. Centrifugal pumps are by far the most common devices for moving industrial liquids of all types. A thorough understanding of the design, implementation and maintenance of centrifugal pumps is essential for those working in the electric motor repair industry. This seminar provides the practical knowledge service center personnel need to address customers’ pump-related motor issues, and the broader opportunities for pump maintenance, system optimization and energy savings.
Provide the Understanding of the fundamentals of Pumps and Pumping Systems
Explain the critical elements of pump repair that pump user should know
Provide a basic understanding of installation factors that directly affect pump reliability
Present an organized and effective guide for troubleshooting pump operation problems
Pumps are everywhere – but knowledge of pumps is scarce. End users, managers, repair technicians and engineers will all benefit from the practical knowledge of the pump reliability factors presented in this class. End users will learn how pump efficiency and reliability are linked, allowing them to assess their pump application from both perspectives. Managers will gain an understanding of how operating demands affect pump performance and avoid damage to machinery that results in downtime and increased maintenance costs. Service center managers, repair technicians and engineers will learn to assess pump failures and the conditions that result in mechanical damage. Overall, a better understanding of pump operation principles benefits everyone in industrial and commercial enterprises where pumps are an important element in successful operation.
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Before joining EASA as Pump and Vibration Specialist, Gene Vogel operated his own business, General Maintenance Equipment/Engineering, Inc. (GME), a marketing, service and training organisation for industrial maintenance and related technologies.