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Pumps (Centrifugal)

$1499

Hands-On

3 Days

2.4 CEU

At the end of this seminar students will be able to:

  1. Carry out centrifugal pump theory, design, distinctions, and operation
  2. Calculate pump efficiency and operation costs
  3. Install, maintain, and troubleshoot centrifugal pumps

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  • Why You should take this seminar

    Increase your understanding and knowledge of centrifugal pumps including their design, selection, operation and maintenance. Moreover, this centrifugal pumps seminar will aid you in increasing productivity and reducing costly downtime.

    It is important to understand what a pump is and how it works in order to solve problems. There are strong misconceptions about centrifugal  pumps. Instructors of your centrifugal pumps seminar will explain the basics so that you will be adequately prepared to understand certain design considerations, including sizing. In addition, this course provides the inside information on why and how centrifugal pumps are designed.

    Our 3-day (Regional Hub) version of this seminar includes hands-on lab exercises that demonstrate and reinforce the practical techniques of maintenance and troubleshooting.

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  • Who Should Take This Seminar

    This is a basic centrifugal pumps maintenance training seminar, without any prerequisites, that helps you develop a solid foundation to build your troubleshooting knowledge and skills. This training is appropriate for anyone who works on pumps, or has a pump within their mechanical system. Both the classroom and lab versions of this course will leave you confident so you can understand what’s going on with your pumps, why something is occuring, and what to do about it.

    People who will benefit from attending this seminar include:

    • Maintenance Technicians
    • HVAC maintenance and Repair Technicians
    • Energy management personnel
    • Plant & facility maintenance technicians
    • Building engineers
    • Building managers & superintendents
    • Stationary engineers
    • Safety directors
    • Multi-craft personnel
    • Anyone who needs cross-training on pumps and pump systems
  • What You'll Learn

    The covered during this training include:

    • Centrifugal Pump theory and design
    • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot pumps
    • Cavitation — PSHA vs. NPSHR
    • Pump curves
    • Multiple pump operation
    • Differences between major pump types
    • Mechanical seals
    • Change impeller diameters or speed changes effect on system
    • Pump affinity laws—energy savings or losses at different conditions
    • Calculate energy costs for your pumps
    • HP, WHP, BHP efficiency and cost of operation

    Examples of additional Hands-On exercises include:

    • Pressure/head relationship
    • Flow rate and head
    • HP, WHP, efficiency
    • Pump performance curves
    • Pump affinity laws
    • System curves
    • Multiple pump operation
    • Net positive suction head available

     

  • Seminar Description

    INTRODUCTION

    • Pump operation
    • Read pump curves
    • Speed governing pump designs
    • Suction specific speed
    • Design differences between major pump types
    • Importance of system curves
    • Recirculation
    • Shaft deflection
    • Calculate pump energy costs
    • Pump’s total discharge head requirement
    • Closed and open pumping systems
    • Pump terminology
    • Pump installation
    • Care for bearings
    • Troubleshooting mechanical seal failures
    • New pump start up
    • Cause of wear
    • Air entrainment

    HYDRAULIC THEORY AND DESIGN

    • Energy, work and brake horsepower
    • Read a curve
    • Affinity laws
    • Specific speed
    • Pump types and classifications
    • Suction-specific speed and NPSHR (HSV)
    • Single versus double suction
    • Steep versus flat pump curves
    • Suction recirculation
    • Shaft deflection and mechanical loads
    • Split case versus end suction mechanical design considerations
    • Twin volutes versus single volute designs
    • Variable speed pumping
    • Calculate energy loads

    INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

    • Pump terminology
    • TDH requirements
    • Proper foundations
    • Start-up procedures
    • Troubleshooting
    • Bearing failure
    • Air entrainment
    • Corrosion inside the pump
    • Cavitation

    LAB / HANDS-ON EXERCISES (additional with 3-day seminar)

    • Pressure/head relationship
    • Flow rate and head
    • HP, WHP, efficiency
    • Pump performance curves
    • Pump affinity laws
    • System curves
    • Multiple pump operation
    • Net positive suction head available
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    Seminar Pricing

    3-Day Hands-On Lab + Lecture: $1,499 / Participant

    This seminar may be included with other training or as a standalone. As such, training time depends on course length as determined by your outcome goals. Please call (800) 922-2820 or CONTACT NTT TRAINING to discuss your unique training needs.

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