Attend this webinar to learn how to better maintain your pumping systems by utilizing proven condition monitoring techniques and methods. Participants of this webinar series will learn how to apply condition monitoring at their facilities and will be able to better prevent catastrophic pump system failures and extend component life. In this new technical series attendees will gain valuable knowledge on how to select the right indicators to monitor and establish critical baseline data to be used to improve their maintenance practices. What's more, all paid attendees receive a complimentary copy of the companion ANSI/HI 9.6.5 Condition Monitoring Guideline in secure electronic PDF format upon registration.
Plus, attendees will learn how to determine monitoring frequency and gain a deeper understanding on what the key indicators are saying to their reliability and maintenance teams. This educational program provides valuable information of what the pump failures are showing and how to take corrective action to prevent these types of failures in the future.
Each session will last approximately 90 minutes. This webinar series offers three professional development hour credits to all paid registrants.
For more information about the series please contact Kaitlyn Reynolds, Marketing Engagement Associate, Hydraulic Institute, at 973.267.9700 x112 or email@example.com.
*Please note that each individual registration counts as a seat is for 1 person, and not intended to be viewed as a group. Group pricing rates are available - please contact Kaitlyn Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Also please be advised that PDH credits are only available for registered participants of the live session.
**All webinar attendees receive the companion 9.6.5 ANSI/HI Guideline in secure electronic format upon registration. Your license key to authorize and download the pdf to your desktop or laptop will be available in your order confirmation page. The order confirmation page may be accessed by clicking on 'MY ACCOUNT' while logged in to the HI eStore. To authorize and download the pdf, users must have the Adobe approved FileOpen plugin on their machine. Get the approved plugin here: http://plugin.fileopen.com/all.aspx.