Date : 14/12/2018 (ONE-day Program) Time : 09.30 am to 04.30 pm
Venue : Productivity House, Kalamassery
not the biggest consumers of energy, but they're not the smallest either. A
little extra effort in the system design and equipment selection can make a
worthwhile difference. Pumps are
used widely in Industry to provide cooling and lubrication services, to
transfer fluids for processing, and to provide the motive force in hydraulic
systems. In fact, most manufacturing plants, commercial buildings, and
municipalities rely on pumping systems for their daily operation. In the
manufacturing sector, pumps represent 27% of the electricity used by industrial
Existing pumping systems can provide an excellent
opportunity for efficiency improvements, because pump system designs are
sometimes difficult to optimize before installation. In addition, design
efforts are always focused on minimizing capital costs or the chances of system
failure. As a result, energy and maintenance costs may not be fully considered.
According to some sources, energy and maintenance costs will account for over
50–95% of pump ownership costs with initial costs less than 15% of pump life
cycle costs. Furthermore, industrial pumping systems that have been in operation
for a long time may have experienced changes to pumping requirements over their
lifetime, as systems move away from their design conditions. Pumping system
efficiency improvements of this sort may have simple payback periods of several
weeks to a few years.
The following topics will be covered in this
v Basics of Pumping System
v Selection of Pumps
v Maintenance and Trouble Shooting of Pumps
v Energy Efficiency in Surface (Clear Water) &
Submersible (Waste Water) Pumps
Auditing in Pumping System
The faculty for this programme will be
experts from Industry and Consulting.
Managers, Engineers and Supervisors
working in Design, Selection and Maintenance of Pumps.