Hydraulic Institute Webinar focuses on NPSH.May 7, 2014 -
HI has collaborated with Arnie Sdano, Chief Engineer at Pentair Flow Technologies and associated HI committee members in developing a new technical webinar that focuses on NPSH and its relationship to cavitation and other pump operation. Scheduled for June 2, 2014, Rotodynamic Pumps: Guidelines for NPSH Margin webinar instructs participants on how to calculate available NPSH, understand how insufficient NPSHA will affect pump operation, and what NPSH margin is needed to ensure longevity.
Hydraulic Institute Develops New Webinar on Rotodynamic Pumps: Guidelines for NPSH Margin
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Press release date: April 29, 2014
Parsippany, NJ, – In its continuing effort to provide education on current and important topics to the pump industry, the Hydraulic Institute has collaborated with Arnie Sdano, Chief Engineer at Pentair Flow Technologies and associated HI committee members in developing a new technical webinar program that focuses on NPSH and its relationship to cavitation and other pump operation. No end user or pump supplier wants to experience the issues associated with lack of NPSH such as increased noise and vibration due to cavitation, beginning of head or efficiency drop, and eventual damage to pump impeller or casing.
Designed for pump distributors, manufacturers and end users, the NPSH webinar instructs participants on how to calculate the available NPSH, understand how insufficient NPSHA will affect pump operation and what NPSH margin is needed to ensure good performance longevity to pump equipment.
Arnie Sdano, a well-known industry engineer and HI member, will serve as course instructor. “Understanding NPSH margin is critical to ensuring optimum and long-term pump performance,” notes Sdano. “Working with HI and its committee members in developing this new webinar that focuses on NPSH is an important achievement as the industry needs education on this topic.”
The new webinar on Rotodynamic Pumps Guidelines for NPSH Margin will be conducted on Monday, June 2, 2014 from 1:00 – 2:00pm EDT. Cost is just $99.00, with HI members receiving an additional 25% discount, along with attending earning 1 PDH credit at conclusion. HI also offers corporate group webinar site licensing for the lowest prices in training larger groups.
As this live, online series is only offered periodically through this year, the sign up deadline is 12pm EDT on June 2, 2014. Registration is open now at: http://
For more information on this new Rotodynamic Pumps Guidelines for NPSH Margin, email Mark Sullivan, Director, Education and Marketing, Hydraulic Institute at msullivan@Pumps.org or by cell phone at 973-349-5329 or refer to the website at www.PumpSystemsMatter.org.
Pentair Flow Technologies is global water, fluid, thermal management, and equipment protection partner with industry leading products, services, and solutions that fit your changing needs. The company aims to deliver the adaptive, industry-leading solutions that help ensure a safer, healthier future for all. For more information, visit the website at: http://www.pentair.com /
Pump Systems Matter is a non-profit educational organization established by the Hydraulic Institute, and leading utilities and energy efficiency organizations, to educate the industry on the benefits to pump systems optimization and energy efficiency to improve bottom-line savings of end-user companies. For information and registration details on educational offerings visit the Pump Systems Matter website at www.PumpSystemsMatter.org.
About the Hydraulic Institute: The mission of the Hydraulic Institute is to be a value-adding resource to member companies, engineering consulting firms, and pump users worldwide by developing and delivering comprehensive industry standards, expanding knowledge by providing education and tools for the effective application, testing, installation, operation, maintenance, and performance optimization of pumps and pumping systems, and by serving as a forum for the exchange of industry information. For more information on the Hydraulic Institute, its member companies and its Standards Partners, visit www.Pumps.org.