John Kahren & Richard Hanson Become Qualified Subject Matter Experts & Instructors with the Hydraulic Institute

26.11.2013

The Hydraulic Institute (HI) & Pump Systems Matter (PSM) announce the latest addition to their roster of qualified Subject Matter Experts and Instructors. John Kahren, President, SPP Pumps and Richard Hanson, CEO & Owner, SyncroFlo, attended the Pump Systems Optimization (PSO) one-day classroom course and the Train the Trainer session on September 16-17, 2013 as part of their final steps in the application process to become officially qualified.

Once qualified, HI/PSM Subject Matter Experts and Instructors may present live, online HI/PSM webinars and/or the PSO one-day classroom course to their customers and employees, pump end-users, engineering consulting firms, distributors, utilities and energy efficiency non-governmental organizations. John and Richard along with their respective organizations, SPP and SyncroFlo, will gain industry exposure as leaders in pump and pumping systems education and training and as qualified SMEs and Instructors with Institute.

Mark Sullivan, Director, Education & Training, Pump Systems Matter states that, “Adding John and Richard to our roster of qualified subject matter experts and instructors is tremendous. Their outstanding knowledge of pumps and pumping systems will help HI and PSM present important technical topics to the broad pump end-user marketplace.”

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