Pumps & Systems Magazine and SWPA Present Webinar: “Remote Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Safety & Start-Up” in Lift Station Commissioning

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Webinar for pump industry professionals provides CEU credits at no cost.

Pumps & Systems, the leading magazine for pump users worldwide, is happy to announce “Remote Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Safety & Start-Up,” a webinar presented in partnership with the Submersible Wastewater Pump Association (SWPA), the educational leader and authoritative source for the submersible wastewater pump industry for more than three decades.

The webinar looks at lift station design from the system’s approach with regard to start-up, monitoring, troubleshooting and safety. The live webinar will take place December 18, 2014, at 1 p.m. Eastern. Register for free at http://www.pumpsandsystems.com/swpa_webinars.

In “Remote Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Safety & Start-up,” the discussion on lift station design will be led by Jack Creamer of Schneider Electric/Square D, John A. Evans of Motor Protection Electronics and Steve Doolittle of Zoeller Company.

The event, which offers CEU credits, will provide participants with SWPA’s start-up checklists for pumps and controls. Other topics include hardware and software options in lift station monitoring and common start-up and safety concerns - such as the arc flash phenomena.

The one-hour event will include a 45-minute presentation followed by a 15-minute live question-and-answer segment.

About the Presenters
Jack Creamer is Schneider’s market segment manager, focused on the pumping equipment manufacturer sector. He has been with Schneider Electric/Square D for 24 years, holding positions in customer marketing, product marketing and automation sales. He graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in industrial engineering, followed by an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Steve Doolittle has been a pumps industry professional for the last 35 years. He has been with the Zoeller Company for 24 years, and is now the company’s Product Line Manager. Doolittle earned degrees in business and engineering from the University of Louisville. Now SWPA’s vice president, he assisted in developing the “Grinder Pumps in Pressure Sewers” publication as chairman of the grinder pump committee.

John A. Evans is president of Motor Protection Electronics. He holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Central Florida, and is a registered engineer with the state of Florida. With more than 24 years of experience in the wastewater industry, Evans’ duties at Motor Protection Electronics include business development, design oversight and production-related activities.

About Pumps & Systems Magazine
Pumps & Systems is the voice of the pump and rotating equipment industry. As the leading magazine for pump users worldwide for more than 20 years, it delivers relevant industry news coverage and powerful technical information to more than 40,000 BPA-qualified managers, engineers, operators and maintenance professionals. Pumps & Systems is published monthly and is the only North American trade publication that covers pumps and related operations in every issue. Pumps & Systems is supported digitally with the No. 1 pump industry website, http://www.pumpsandsystems.com. The magazine also delivers timely information and pump industry news through its e-newsletters: Pump Users Digest and Products for Pump Users. Pumps & Systems MENA, a new publication focusing on the pump industry in the Middle East and North Africa, debuted in November 2014.

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