New Webinar from HI Discusses Why Wireless Condition Monitoring is the Fastest Way to Big Savings

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      New Webinar from Hydraulic Institute Discusses Why Wireless Condition Monitoring is the Fastest Way to Big Savings

      HI Contact: Kaitlyn Reynolds

      973.267.9700 x112

      kreynolds@pumps.org

       

      Each year, reactive maintenance leads to unplanned downtime and lost production that cost the U.S. economy as much as $2.5 Trillion (estimated by the DoE Industrial Technologies Program).  Addressing the need to avoid unnecessary maintenance, the Hydraulic Institute (HI) is presenting a new webinar on how Wireless Condition Monitoring technology is the fastest way to big savings by reducing unplanned downtimes that eliminate reactive maintenance costs and maximizes productivity and ROI.  The webinar will discuss how vibration is a key parameter used in this technology, by its direct relationship to the condition of pumping equipment and its diagnostics value.

      HI subject Matter expert, Dr. Gary Koopman, will serve as instructor.  In addition to co-founding KCF Technologies, Dr. Koopman serves as Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Pennsylvania State University.  

      HI will present the Wireless Conditioning Monitoring webinar on Wednesday, May 25th at 1:00pm EDT. All registered attendees earn 1 professional development hour (PDH) credit upon completion of the live session. To register, visit http://estore.pumps.org/Pump-System-ROI-Why-Wireless-Condition-Monitoring-is-the-Fastest-Way-to-Big-Savings-P1288.aspx.  

      For more information on this webinar, contact Kaitlyn Reynolds, Marketing Engagement Associate at kreynolds@pumps.org or 973.267.9700 x112.

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      The Hydraulic Institute: Advancing the pump manufacturing industry by becoming the world’s resource for pumping solutions by: Addressing Pump Systems, Developing Standards, Expanding Knowledge and Resources, Educating the Marketplace and Advocating for the Industry.  For more information on the Hydraulic Institute, visit www.Pumps.org.