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Hydraulic Institute Reliability of Pumping Equipment Webinar Series Offers In-Depth Instruction on Pump Equipment Reliability and Lower Maintenance Costs

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Hydraulic Institute Reliability of Pumping Equipment Webinar Series Offers In-Depth Instruction on Pump Equipment Reliability and Lower Maintenance Costs

The Hydraulic Institute (HI) will be hosting a new two-part Reliability of Pumping Equipment Webinar Series presented by Tom Grove of AESSEAL Inc. and William Livoti of WEG Electric Corp. This series, to be launched on May 14th, will offer a detailed overview on improving the reliability of pumps, sub-components, and related equipment while reinforcing opportunities to lower cost and improve safety and productivity.
Developed and certified by HI, this live course will provide an overview on product life expectancy and identify how to optimize pump performance. The series will also summarize what to do when products fail, cover best practices developed by manufacturing companies, and provide methods for developing a strategic plan to assure reliability for new and existing equipment.
Technical topics addressed in this series include:
·         Original specification of and reasonable product life expectation for pumps, seals, and related equipment
·         Key factors influencing actual product life performance and how to optimize performance
·         What to do when products fail and life expectancy falls short
·         Best practices developed directly by the manufacturing companies
·         How to evaluate equipment reliability and identify improvement opportunities
·         Methods in developing a strategic plan to assure reliability for both new and existing equipment
Mark Sullivan, HI Director Education and Marketing, states “In all industries, end-users are always looking for ways to improve reliability and increase uptime on any pump system.  This exclusive webinar series covers the most proven practices by leading experts to increase product life on all types of pumps.  Bottom line, this educational program will help users increase productivity and profitability.”
The Reliability of Pumping Equipment Webinar Series will be conducted on May 14th and May 21st.  Each session begins at 1pm ET and lasts approximately one hour followed by a live Q&A session. Registration is $229 with HI members receiving a 25% discount.  To register, visit:
For more information on registration, contact Andrea Kucker, Education and Marketing Operations Specialist, Hydraulic Institute, at 973.267.9700 x202 or by email at

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