Water & Wastewater Pumps Training

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EPG - Pumps & Controls Education & Training

by EPG Companies Inc.     based in Maple Grove, MINNESOTA (USA)

Your continual education is invaluable in today’s economy. The right education leads to proper equipment decisions, reduced operating and maintenance costs, and maximizes performance. EPG Companies Inc. provides just that! We offer a hands-on educational experience designed to develop your knowledge, expertise and troubleshooting ability as ...

PV110: Solar Training - Solar Water Pumping (June 29 - July 01)

by Solar Energy International     based in Carbondale, COLORADO (USA)

This three-day hands-on workshop covers pumping technologies, PV modules, system sizing, and component selection. Includes pump descriptions and comparisons with information on trackers, linear current boosters, and other associated equipment. In addition alternative methods of water pumping are presented and discussed including hydraulic ram ...

Pump and Motor Maintenance

by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)     based in College Station, TEXAS (USA)

Learn about scheduling and planning maintenance work, how to maintain a budget and how to use cost control methods effectively. You will be trained on the installation of pumps and the types, uses and maintenance of pumps. The types, uses and maintenance of motors, lubricants and lubrication will also be discussed. Hand tools, bearings, power ...

Basic Pump & Mechanical Seal Training

by Council of Industrial Boiler Owners     based in Warrenton,, VIRGINIA (USA)

Basic Pump and Mechanical Seal Training is a two-day class on centrifugal and positive displacement pumps and seal fundamentals, installation, operation and new developments. The course covers basic pump types and hydraulics, seal design and installation, as well as great tips on the do's and dont's of pump installation and operation. The format ...

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