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Pump Systems Matter

9 Sylvan Way, Parsippany, NJ, 07054, US

  • 973-267-9700

Marketing:
Jon Wilcox
USA
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General Information:
Kathy Doran
USA
Phone: 973-267-9700 ext 216
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HI and Empowering Pumps announce strategic training partnership.

December 27, 2013

Hydraulic Institute (HI) and Empowering Pumps agreed to training partner relationship to promote awareness and increase utilization of HI/Pump Systems Matter (PSM) education and training programs throughout 2014. In this joint and exclusive partnership, HI will be providing technical and editorial articles to further explain benefits, as related to pump systems optimization and energy efficiency, to improve bottom-line savings to end users in all industrial markets. Read More

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Hydraulic Institute announces 2012 Annual Meeting.

November 16, 2011

From February 8-14, HI and Pump Systems Matter will host 2012 Annual Meeting, which will provide educational and networking opportunities. HI technical committees will meet to address industry standards, guidelines, and DOE pump efficiency standards. Program will also include bi-annual CEO Roundtable, Supply Chain Roundtable, and Market Intelligence Committee as well as PSM meetings, including Board of Directors, Educational Affairs Steering Committee, and PSM Marketing Committee. Read More

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CD-ROM provides ANSI/HI pump standards directory.

January 27, 2006

ANSI/HI Pump Standards on CD-ROM v2.0 contains full text of all ANSI/HI Standards in single-user CD-ROM format. Suited for those involved with pumps or pumping systems, product delivers 1,500+ pages of content for 26 standards in Adobe® Acrobat® format, allowing use of bookmarks, annotations, printing, and multiple page views. Hyperlinks in Index or Table of Contents, provided for individual standards, let user skip to desired page. Read More

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