Pumping Systems: Energy Efficiency vs. Operating Efficiency
The schedule and timing of individual presentations within a session is subject to change based on the actual length of each presentation. Contact hours are awarded for attendance at the session and will be given for the actual length of the session.
Addressing the current issues of keeping pump stations operational with less maintenance down time requires us to look at how the station is designed and what the proper pump selection should be to meet the demands of each individual application. Provides a comparison of the energy consumption of different impeller designs to the higher cost of maintenance to unplug clogged pumps on a regular basis.
After participating in this session attendees will be able to make more informed decisions about selecting the proper equipment to provide peak performance for a specific pumping application.
Participants will be able to compare the differences between system energy savings and reduced maintenance costs and make selections based on the greater of the two.
Identify critical steps to enhance strategic thinking, innovation and insight.