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Hydraulic Institute announces Standards VIPs for 2011.

Press Release Summary:

Mar 29, 2012 - Hydraulic Institute (HI) recognized 2011 Standards VIP (Very Important Participant) recipients at 2012 HI Annual Meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida. Distinguished recipients who achieved milestone VIP service pins for 2011 include Arnold Sdano (20 years), Randal Ferman (15 years), John Anspach (10 years), and David Brockway (10 years). In total, there were 36 HI member and standards partner companies represented by 2011 Standards VIPs.

Pump Systems Matter - Parsippany, NJ

Original Press Release

The Hydraulic Institute Announces Standards VIPs During 2012 Annual Meeting in St. Petersburg Florida

Press release date: Feb 22, 2012

Parsippany, NJ - - The Hydraulic Institute (HI) recognized the 2011 Standards VIP (Very Important Participant) recipients at the 2012 HI Annual Meeting in St. Petersburg, Florida. The VIP program, which began in 2010, recognizes individual HI members who go above and beyond in their contribution to the development of ANSI/HI Pump Standards, guidelines and education and training programs. New Standards VIPs as well as those who achieved the next milestone level of VIP service were honored at the HI Annual Meeting in February.

Individuals eligible for the Standards VIP program must be an active contributor on one or more committees and employed by an HI Member or Standards Partner company in good standing with the Institute. VIPs also receive honorary pins for their dedication and hard work. Pins are distributed for the first year of VIP service and every fifth anniversary thereafter. The pins contain a gemstone that reflects the number of years of VIP service.

Distinguished recipients who achieved milestone VIP service pins for 2011include:

  • Arnold Sdano, Pentair Water − Engineered Flow - 20 years
  • Randal Ferman, ekwestral corp - 15 years
  • John Anspach, John Anspach Consulting - 10 years
  • David Brockway, Intelliquip, LCC - 10 years

    The 2011 Standards VIPs are representatives of the following HI Member and Standards Partner Companies:

    A.R. Wilfley & Sons, Inc. A.W. Chesterton Company Armstrong Limited Blacoh Fluid Controls, Inc. CDM Smith EagleBurgmann Industries LP ekwestral corp Flowserve Corporation GIW Industries, Inc. Grundfos Pump Corporation Healy Engineering, Inc. IMO Colfax Inpro/Seal LLC Intelliquip, LLC ITT - Industrial Process John Anspach Consulting John Crane, Inc Leistritz Corporation LEWA Pumps & Systems MWH Americas, Inc. National Pump Company Neptune Chemical Pump Company Nidec Motor Corporation Patterson Pump Company Peerless Pump Company Pentair Water - Engineered Flow Pump Design, Development & Diagnostics, LLC Schneider Electric - Square D Siemens Industry, Inc. SJE Rhombus® Smith & Loveless, Inc. Sulzer Process Pumps (US), Inc. Sulzer Pumps (US), Inc. TACO, Inc. Weir Floway, Inc. Weir Minerals North America Xylem - Residential & Commercial Water Xylem - Water & Wastewater Yeomans Chicago Corporation

    To find out more information about the Standards VIP program and learn how you can become a Standards VIP visit: www.Pumps.org/VIP or contact Karen Anderson at kanderson@Pumps.org today.

    About the Hydraulic Institute: The Mission of the Hydraulic Institute is to serve the pump industry as a forum for the exchange of information while providing value-added services to member companies and pump users worldwide. This includes the development and delivery of comprehensive industry standards. For more information on the Hydraulic Institute, its members companies and its Standards Partners, visit www.Pumps.org. Pump Systems Matter (PSM) is an educational initiative created by the Hydraulic Institute to assist North American pump users gain a more competitive business advantage through strategic, broad-based energy management and pump systems performance optimization. PSM's Mission is to provide the marketplace with tools and collaborative opportunities to integrate pump systems performance optimization and efficient energy management practices into normal business operations. For more information visit: www.PumpSystemsMatter.org.