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Pump Performance Problem Solving

This two day course is designed to provide the tools and knowledge to identify and solve the most common pumping system problems. The fundamentals of both dynamic and positive displacement pumping systems will be covered as well as pump selection and control.

Description

Key Topics:

  • Liquid Properties
  • Fluid Flow Fundamentals
  • Types of Pumps
  • Basic Principles of Pumps
  • Dynamic Pump Design and Operation
  • Positive Displacement Pump Design and Operation
  • Cavitation
  • Pump Performance
  • Most Common Pump Performance/Reliability Problems
  • Pump Troubleshooting

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Course Outline

Suitable For:

Engineers, operations and maintenance personnel who are either supervisors or responsible for the day-to-day operation or maintenance of pumping equipment. Participants are encouraged to bring information on any pump performance problems at their facility to the course.

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