The Hydraulic Institute (HI) has entered a Training Partner Agreement with LEWA-Nikkiso America, Inc., a globally leading manufacturer of diaphragm metering and process diaphragm pumps as well as complete metering systems for process technology.
The partnership allows both organizations to leverage high quality, co-branded educational and training programs designed for pump end-users, distributors and engineering consulting firms. As a part of this Training Partnership, both companies will sponsor technical webinars and e-learning courses focused on a variety of pump topics as well as host the growing Pump Systems Optimization course to the broad pump end-user marketplace.
Source: Hydraulic Institute
Peter Castellanos, President and Managing Director, LEWA-Nikkiso America, Inc. notes, “We are delighted to participate in this training relationship with the Hydraulic Institute, an organization that is dedicated to developing engineering-driven educational programs that are designed to optimize energy savings, improve reliability and reduce downtime. This partnership will certainly benefit our customer base and leverage Lewa as a leader in pump training and education.”
As part of this new partnership, Lewa-Nikkiso America, Inc. will host HI’s Pump Systems Optimization course on October 16, 2014. This highly regarded, one-day course, which has been attended by over 900 participants in various industries, has helped attending companies save significant dollars in energy costs while reducing maintenance and down time. Although engineers compose a good percentage of course attendees, personnel from maintenance, operations and sales are also well represented. In addition to end users, engineering consulting firms attend the course to gain knowledge and credibility as well as to network with end users to increase business.
“As a dedicated HI Training Partner, Lewa-Nikkiso America, Inc. is leading the way as an active pump industry leader in pump training, education, and knowledge,” states Mark Sullivan, Director of Education and Marketing, Hydraulic Institute.