Time: October 19, 2010 from 8am to 5pm
Location: CVCC Business and Industry Training Complex (former Ryan's)
Street: Hwy 70
City/Town: Hickory, NC
Website or Map: http://www.cvcc.edu/About_Us/…
Phone: 828-327-7000 x 4294
Event Type: energy, efficiency, -, registration, required
Organized By: CVCC - Susan Harris: email@example.com
Latest Activity: Sep 23, 2010
Pumping systems account for nearly 20% of the world's electrical energy demand and range from 25-50% of the energy usage in certain industrial plant operations.
Pumping systems are widespread; they provide domestic services, commercial and agricultural services, municipal water/wastewater services, and industrial services for food processing, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and mechanical industries. Although pumps are typically purchased as individual components, they provide a service only when operating as part of a system.
The energy and materials used by a system depend on the design of the pump, the design of the installation, and the way the system is operated. These factors are interdependent. What's more, they must be carefully matched to each other, and remain so throughout their working lives to ensure the lowest energy and maintenance costs, equipment life, and other benefits. The initial purchase price is a small part of the life cycle cost for high usage pumps.
An upcoming one-day workshop sponsored by Catawba Valley Community College and NC State University present a one-day Department of Energy (DOE) workshop on Industrial Pump System Efficiency with this optimal solution in mind.
October 19th, 2010
8:00AM - 5:00PM
CVCC Business and Industry Training Complex (former Ryan's)
$35/person (includes lunch)
Don Casada, a DOE certified Pump System Trainer will conduct this workshop on how to increase your facility's efficiency through proper pump operation. Learn about hidden costs that could increase your facility's bottom-line savings.
For more information or to register, please contact Susan Harris at 828-327-7000 x.4294 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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