The point of this webinar is to help attendees evaluate costs, capabilities, performance, reliability, and maintenance requirements in a manner that helps them make a better choice for their specific application.
Rochester, NY (PRWEB) September 13, 2016
Pulsafeeder, a global leader in fluid handling technology since 1942, today announced that it is hosting a free Webinar with Cahaba Media, the publishers of Pumps & Systems Magazine on Thursday, September 15th at 1:00 PM EST, to help users of reciprocating and rotary pumps choose the right pump for the right chemical feed application.
Pulsafeeder’s Vice President of Product Management, Axel Bokiba will lead the discussion by describing the purpose and the basic functionality for both reciprocating and rotary pumps. The session will help attendees better understand the strengths and weaknesses of each pump type.
The webinar will examine some of the most popular chemical feed applications in the water treatment and chemical processing industries where both pumps are commonly deployed. It will identify instances where it makes sense to use one type of pump versus another. And it will showcase applications where rotary pumps complement reciprocating pumps in a manner that saves money, minimizes maintenance, and helps to maximize plant uptime.
“Both types of pumps can be used to adequately address a wide variety of chemical feed applications, but the point of this webinar is to help attendees evaluate initial costs, pump capabilities, performance, reliability, and maintenance requirements in a manner that helps them make a better choice for their specific application,” said Pulafeeder’s Axel Bokiba. “The event will also help attendees identify the synergies that come from working with manufacturers that provide both types of pumps.”
Participants who attend the free webinar will receive a certificate to submit for CEU credits.
To register for the free “How Rotary Pumps Complement Reciprocating Pumps” webinar, sign up at http://www.pumpsandsystems.com/webinars.
In the early 1940’s Pulsafeeder pioneered the hydraulically actuated diaphragm metering pump principle, and the company has been a global leader in fluid handling technology ever since. With experience in multiple industries, including: water and wastewater treatment; chemical and petrochemical processing; oil and gas refineries as well as upstream applications, Pulsafeeder’s reciprocating and rotary gear pumping technologies meet and exceed the industry requirements for safety, reliability and precise control. For more information, visit: http://www.pulsa.com.