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Hydraulic Institute Offers Free Webinar on new DOE rulemaking.

Press Release Summary:

Apr 22, 2016 - Hydraulic Institute's complimentary webinar, Overview of the U.S. DOE Energy Conservation Standard and Test Procedure for Pumps, will be held May 3rd at 1:00 pm EDT. This session, to be led by Jamie Watkins of Crane Pumps & Systems, will cover why said rule exists, explore what it means, as well as introduce attendees to test procedure and performance metrics, labeling requirements, certification reports, and compliance timeline.

Pump Systems Matter - Parsippany, NJ

Original Press Release

Hydraulic Institute Offers Free Webinar on the New DOE Rulemaking

Press release date: Apr 20, 2016

Parsippany, NJ –The Hydraulic Institute will be offering a complimentary webinar on the Overview of the U.S. DOE Energy Conservation Standard and Test Procedure for Pumps, Tuesday May 3rd at 1:00pm EDT.

This session will cover the purpose of the rule, discuss what the rule means, and provide an introduction to the test procedure and performance metrics, labeling requirements, certification reports, and compliance timeline. This session will be led by Jamie Watkins of Crane Pumps & Systems and is an excellent lead in to the follow up two-part webinar series on Navigating the Requirements of the DOE Test Procedure that will take place May 10th and 17th.

Free registration for this webinar session is available at http://estore.pumps.org/Education/DOE-Pump-Webinar.aspx.

This session is ideal for all manufacturers and purchasers of clean water pumps and also engineering consultants. For more information about the free session, email Kaitlyn Reynolds, Marketing Engagement Associate, at kreynolds@pumps.org or call 973.267.9700 x112.

The Hydraulic Institute: Advancing the pump manufacturing industry by becoming the world’s resource for pumping solutions by:
• Addressing Pump Systems
• Developing Standards
• Expanding Knowledge and Resources
• Educating the Marketplace
• Advocating for the Industry

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