Press Release Summary:
Hydraulic Institute's (HI)Â Rotodynamic Pumps: A Guideline for NPSH Margin webinar will take place February 9, 2016 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. Guided by Bruce Ticknor III, PE, Director of Engineering at National Pump Company, this webinar instructs pump distributors, manufacturers, and end-users on how to calculate available NPSH, understand effects of insufficient NPSHAÂ on pump operation, and what NPSH margin is required to ensure good pump equipment performance longevity.
Original Press Release:
Hydraulic Institute Offers NPSH Webinar
Parsippany, NJ – The Hydraulic Institute will be offering a webinar on Rotodynamic Pumps: A Guideline for NPSH Margin on Tuesday, February 9th from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. This course will be instructed by Mr. Bruce Ticknor, III, P.E., Director of Engineering, National Pump Company.
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. This course is designed for pump distributors, manufacturers and end users.
Registration to this webinar is $149.00 and includes a secure, downloadable PDF copy of Hydraulic Institute’s Rotodynamic Pumps Guideline for NPSH Margin (ANSI/HI 9.6.1-2012). All registered attendees will earn 1 PDH credit upon completion of the course.
Registration is open now at: http://estore.pumps.org/Rotodynamic-Pumps-Guidelines-for-NPSH-Margin-Webinar-Session-with-Standard-Bundle-February-2016-P1170.aspx. For more information on this webinar, email Andrea Kucker, Education, Marketing Operations Specialist at email@example.com or 973-267-9700 x 202.
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.