Ekwestrel Corp Reports October Pump Systems Optimization Course Concerns 40% Average Efficiency

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Optimizing Pumping Systems Course by Hydraulic Institute on October 16, 2014

Optimizing Pumping Systems Course, October 16, 2014

The average pumping system efficiency is 40% or less.

Montrose, CA (PRWEB) September 01, 2014

Randal Ferman, PE, a lead editor for Optimizing Pumping Systems: A Guide for Improved Energy Efficiency, Reliability & Profitability, published by the Hydraulic Institute, is pleased that Bill Livoti will conduct the Pump Systems Optimization Course on October 16, 2014 in Holliston, Massachusetts.

Based in part on the book Optimizing Pumping Systems: A Guide for Improved Energy Efficiency, Reliability & Profitability, this course addresses the problem that the average pumping system efficiency is 40% or less. Properly designing and maintaining a pumping system can reduce the significant energy cost from inefficient pumping systems.

Mr. Ferman is the principal engineer for Ekwestrel Corp, which offers independent engineering consulting services. Ekwestrel is a Standards Partner of the Hydraulic Institute.

For more information about this course, or to purchase the book, visit the Hydraulic Institute’s website at pumps.org.

Contact Randal Ferman via the Ekwestrel Corp website at http://www.ekwestrel.com.


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