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12.07.2007

The Turbomachinery Laboratory at Texas A&M University, in conjunction with the Hydraulic Institute, is sponsoring the Pump Life Cycle Extension Short Course in Princeton, New Jersey.

This course explains just how and why the best-of-class pump users are consistently achieving superior run lengths, low maintenance expenditures, and unexcelled safety and reliability. It is taught by practicing engineers whose combined working career includes extensive involvement in pump specification, installation, reliability assessment, component upgrading, maintenance cost reduction, operation, troubleshooting and all conceivable facets of pumping technology. The course conveys, in detail, what facilities must do to rapidly accomplish best-of-class performance and low life cycle cost.

See what others have said about the course!

"I will be able to put what I have learned to good use in our plant right away."

"The program is an excellent source for gaining more knowledge about pumps. It is an excellent program!"

"Very good program. All the information was applicable!"

"The information was valuable in increasing my understanding of maintenance problems and solutions."

For complete registration details, visit our website at http://turbolab.tamu.edu/PLCE0807/plcesc.html

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