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Pump 101: Basic Pump Fundamentals

2 DAYS | $799

OVERVIEW

  • Introduction to pumps and their applications
  • Basic pump design and classification
  • Properties of fluids
  • Overview of system, fluid and pump interventions

LEARNING

  • What are the differences in pump design?
  • How do fluids impact pump design?
  • What is cavitation and how does it affect pumps?
  • Basics of NPSH and how it affects pump performance

BENEFITS

  • Developed by industry for industry
  • Taught by both top industry professionals and Texas A&M University faculty
  • “Hands-on” experience
  • Application-based math and science training

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Entry level professionals
  • New sales and engineering staff
  • Seasoned professionals who need a refresher
  • Maintenance and Supervisors

Pump 102: Advanced Pump Fundamentals I

3 DAYS | $999

OVERVIEW

  • Review of Fluid Transfer Theory
  • Pump classification, design and performance
  • Review and analysis of Affinity Laws
  • Pump selection, troubleshooting and best practices

LEARNING

  • Hands-on analysis of pump design and performance
  • Real world knowledge of industry market use of pumps
  • Learn how to choose the best pump for specific applications

BENEFITS

  • Developed by industry for industry
  • Both in the classroom and in the lab
  • Advance look at key topics on pump performance
  • Practical knowledge to applications of pumps and systems

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Seasoned professionals wanting to expand their knowledge
  • Up-and-coming professionals in the pumping marketplace
  • Industrial sales professionals
  • Engineers wanting to expand and update their knowledge base

Pump 201: Advanced Pump Fundamentals II

3 DAYS | $999

OVERVIEW

  • Advanced topic specific areas of pump performance taught by industry professionals

LEARNING

  • Pump fundamental review
  • Seals and their performance in pumping applications
  • Condition monitoring and pump performance
  • Why do pumps fail?

BENEFITS

  • Advanced look at seal design and performance in specific industrial applications
  • Specific bearity designs and life of pumps
  • How do you make your pump last longer with condition monitoring?
  • Value analysis of keeping your pumps running well

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Plant Managers
  • Sales and Engineering Professionals
  • Seasoned “Pump Professionals” wanting more detailed analysis of seals, bearings, pump service life and condition monitoring

Shipping/Mailing Address:
Department of Engineering Technology & Industrial Distribution
Texas A&M University
3367 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3367

 

Michael Golla

  • Senior Lecturer, Engineering Technology & Industrial Distribution,
  • Manufacturing & Mechanical Engineering Technology
Michael Golla