Pumps & Systems Magazine Launches Live Webinar Series

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Pumps & Systems magazine premieres its Live Webinar Series with a Centrifugal and Rotary Pump presentation from "Dr. Pump."

Pumps & Systems, the magazine for pump users worldwide, launches its Live Webinar Series on June 12, 2008 at 1 p.m. Eastern.

Dr. Lev Nelik brings his 30 years of experience in pumps and pumping equipment consulting, training, troubleshooting and repairs for a one-hour live Webinar, "Centrifugal & Rotary Pumps: Introduction & Definitions." Dr. Nelik will make a 45-minute audio and visual presentation with 15 minutes for live Q&A. Registration is now open at http://www.pump-zone.com.

Dr. Nelik, a Pumps & Systems contributing editor and author of the popular "Pumping Prescriptions" column is president of Pumping Machinery, LLC (Atlanta, Ga). He has published more than 50 documents on pump operations, the engineering aspects of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps and maintenance methods to improve reliability, increase energy savings and optimize pump-to-system operations.

The Webinar--co-sponsored by ITT Goulds Pumps and the SPX brands Waukesha Cherry-Burrell, Johnson Pump and APV--targets practicing engineers, plant operators, maintenance personnel, purchasing and facility management who are involved with pumps and want a better understanding of pump designs and application-related differences between the pump types.

The presentation offers something for everyone. For recently-hired personnel with little or no prior pump experience, the Webinar includes quick, up-to-speed training. For more experienced attendees, the course provides an opportunity to review and refresh knowledge and to learn the latest pump technologies to help solve specific problems.

For additional information, contact Michelle Segrest or visit http://www.pump-zone.com.

About Pumps & Systems magazine:
Pumps & Systems is the voice of the pump and rotating equipment industry. We deliver relevant industry news coverage and powerful technical information to 42,500 BPA-qualified managers, engineers, operators and maintenance professionals around the world. Pumps & Systems is published monthly and available free to qualified subscribers.


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