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Deadline: May 15

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Send a group to the Pump Guy Seminar and save $295 on each registration after the first.

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If you have questions about this training, contact Matt Migliore at Matt@GrandViewMedia.com or 610.828.1711.

A Message From the Pump Guy: “A pipe wrench is a mechanical tool. A screwdriver is also a mechanical tool. The mechanic must know the difference, and he must know when and where to apply each tool. For a successful dinner party, the host or hostess must understand when and where to use a steak knife and a serving spoon.”Likewise, pump curves and system curves are important tools for the engineers and technicians to resolve pump problems. These tools are as important to pump reliability as vibration analysis or laser alignment. You will graduate from the Pump Guy Seminar with a complete understanding of pump performance curves and dynamic system curves.

“As you incorporate the curves into your reliability program, you’ll watch the unplanned pump maintenance disappear. Your pumps will behave. I guarantee it.”

Attendee Comments:

“For my line of work, this seminar was dead on. It met my needs fully. Best money my company has ever spent for a training course.”

“I thought this seminar was one of the best I’ve attended in my career. Larry gave me the practical tools/steps to analyze a pump system. Now I feel I can go back to my plant and look at a few systems that we seem to be working on too much.”

“Excellent presentation! While I have done system calculations (i.e., ‘pump calculations’) for over 15 years, I can see that what I have been doing has missed the mark in a lot of cases. Thanks to Larry, I now know how to provide a good calculation/analysis of a system that will truly meet its extremes of operating.”

Who is the Pump Guy? The Pump Guy is Larry Bachus, a regular contributor to Flow Control magazine and a world-renowned expert on all things pump-related. Larry has nearly 30 years experience working with industrial pumps and has an interesting and engaging presentation style that really resonates with the folks who attend his trainings. His areas of expertise include diagnosing pump problems and seal failures. He has taught pump and seal improvement courses at major plants and facilities across the globe. Since October of 2007, Larry has been working with Flow Control magazine to present the Pump Guy Seminar throughout the continental United States. For a taste of the sort of knowledge Larry will impart during his training, please read the articles highlighted in the “Cheat Sheets” series to the right.

Key Topics Covered In the
Pump Guy Seminar:
> Head vs. Pressure
> Absolute & Pressure Gauges
> NPSHr vs NPSHa
> Cavitation Causes & Prevention
> The Affinity Laws
> Flow & Head
> Efficiency Formula & Application
> Power Formula & Application
> Pump Classifications
> Suction-Specific Speed
> Pump Curves vs. System Curves
> Shaft Deflection
> Pump Motor Alignment
> Bearings
> Pump Packing
> Mechanical Seals
> Pump Piping
For a full course outline, CLICK HERE.For more info and to register for the Pump Guy Seminar, CLICK HERE.

If you have questions about the Pump Guy Seminar and/or need assistance with the registration process, please contact Matt Migliore at 610.828.1711 or Matt@GrandViewMedia.com.

The Pump Guy Seminar, New Orleans, will be at the same time/location as the Industrial Flow Measurement Seminar, presented by renowned flow measurement expert, David W. Spitzer. For more information on the Industrial Flow Measurement Seminar, CLICK HERE.

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