Educational Webinar to address hydraulic system design.June 19, 2012 -
Scheduled for July 19, 2012, NFPA Educational Webinar will explain how to design safe, reliable, and efficient hydraulics. External leakage in hydraulic systems represents not only fluid loss, with its attendant costs and safety and environmental concerns, but energy loss as well. Presenter Phil Robinson of Parker Hannifin Corp. will share how ISO and NFPA standards, particularly NFPA/T2.24.2, can help people design, build, and maintain leak-free hydraulic systems.
Learn About Improving Performance and Protecting the Environment through Better System Design at July NFPA Educational Webinar
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National Fluid Power Association
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Milwaukee, WI, 53222-3219
Press release date: June 14, 2012
Milwaukee, WI - Designers of hydraulic systems will have the opportunity to learn how to design safe, reliable and efficient hydraulics from a leading expert at the next National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) Educational webinar, to be held on July 19, 2012 (Thursday) starting at 2:00 p.m. Eastern / 1:00 p.m. Central.
Preventing leakage in hydraulic systems
Presenter: Phil Robinson, Consultant, Parker Hannifin Corp.
External leakage in hydraulic systems represents not only fluid loss, with its attendant costs and safety and environmental concerns, but energy loss as well. Reliable sealing and proper system design can prevent this damaging leakage and improve the safety, efficiency and reliability of the hydraulic system. The presenter will share how ISO and NFPA standards, particularly NFPA/T2.24.2, can help people to design, build and maintain leak-free hydraulic systems.
The webinars are free to employees of NFPA members. For those from companies that are not members of NFPA, there is a $50 charge per webinar.
Go to www.nfpa.com for more information and/or to register. Upon registration you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the May 17 webinar. NFPA provides a forum for the fluid power industry's channel partners-manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, customers and educators. It's U.S. and multinational members work cooperatively in advancing hydraulic and pneumatic technology through the association's many programs and initiatives. NFPA coordinates standards development for fluid power at the industry and international levels. These standards are intended as guides to aid the manufacturer, the consumer, and the user.
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