Hydraulic Institute & Pump Systems Matter Announce Webinar Series on Variable Speed Drives

22.08.2012

The Hydraulic Institute & Pump Systems Matter announce the kick-off of the second Variable Speed Drives webinar series of 2012.

The highly anticipated four-part webinar series will begin on September 20, 2012. Variable Speed Drives can save significant energy and money for many industries that use pumps. When properly applied, they can improve system reliability but be careful to avoid certain pitfalls.

Julian Atchia, SJE Rhombus, will lead session 1, and Sean Fitzpatrick, Schneider Electric, will lead session 2 through 4. Variable speed drives in pump systems are now a mature technology that, in correct applications, can generate large benefits to the user in cost savings and reliability improvements.

The following is a schedule for the Variable Speed Drives 4-part webinar series:

  • Session 1 -- Intro 101, September 20, 2012, 1:00-2:00pm EDT
  • Session 2 -- Application and Installation Considerations, September 27, 2012, 1:00-2:00pm EDT
  • Session 3 -- Protection for VFD and Proper Output, October 11, 2012, 1:00-2:00pm EDT
  • Session 4 -- Troubleshooting Problems with VFDs, October 18, 2012, 1:00-2:00pm EDT

Advance registration is required and HI Members receive a 25% discount off the regular registration fee. Participants of the Variable Speed Drives webinar series may also earn up to four PDH credits, 1 per session.

Early bird pricing is available. Registrants receive $30.00 off the regular price of the 4-part series through September 7, 2012. Those interested in the series can register now. Early bird registrants will also receive an email with a promotional code for $5.00 off the companion Variable Speed Pumping guidebook with their registration confirmation email.

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