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Flow Control Magazine to Present Flow Measurement & Pumping Systems Trainings June 12-14 In New Orleans

March 19, 2012

Flow Control magazine] will present the popular Industrial Flow Measurement and Pump Guy seminars June 12-14 at the Chateau LeMoyne in New Orleans. Each three-day training will provide insights and best practices on flow measurement and pumping systems, respectively, for industrial fluid handling professionals.

Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) March 19, 2012

Flow Control magazine will present the popular Industrial Flow Measurement and Pump Guy seminars June 12-14 at the Chateau LeMoyne in New Orleans. Each three-day training will provide insights and best practices on flow measurement and pumping systems, respectively, for industrial fluid handling professionals.

The Industrial Flow Measurement Seminar is presented by David W. Spitzer (ISA Life Fellow), renowned flow measurement expert and author of the best-selling textbook Industrial Flow Measurement (included with seminar). The training is designed for individuals who aim to improve the efficiency of their fluid handling processes through effective flow measurement techniques. The course is a good fit for technicians, engineers, managers, sales and marketing professionals, purchasing agents, accountants, lawyers, and others seeking knowledge in flow measurement applications and associated equipment. This seminar is suited for both entry-level and experienced professionals, drawing upon Mr. Spitzer’s many years of study and hands-on experience with a wide range of flow measurement technologies and applications.

Key topics covered during the Industrial Flow Measurement Seminar include:

> Fluid Flow Fundamentals

> Performance Measures

> Linearization & Compensation

> Totalization

> Flowmeter Calibration

> Flowmeter Performance

> Materials of Construction

> Velocity Profiles

> Principles of Operation

> Flowmeter Selection

For a full course outline and registration information for the Industrial Flow Measurement Seminar, please visit FlowControlNetwork.com/FlowSeminar.

The Pump Guy Seminar is presented by world-renowned pump expert Larry Bachus (a.k.a. “Pump Guy”), who brings with him 30-plus years of experience working with industrial pumping systems and is the author of the popular textbook Everything You Need to Know About Pumps (included with the seminar). The Pump Guy Seminar is designed to provide process plant engineers, managers, technicians, operators, and others involved with pumping systems technical knowledge on industrial pump design, operation and maintenance. Upon completion of this training event, attendees will return home armed with the necessary information to improve plant production via reliable pump and process piping system design strategy.

Key topics covered during the Pump Guy Seminar include:

> Head vs. Pressure

> Absolute & Pressure Gauges

> NPSHr vs NPSHa

> Cavitation Causes & Prevention

> The Affinity Laws

> Flow & Head

> Efficiency Formula & Application

> Power Formula & Application

> Pump Classifications

> Suction-Specific Speed

> Pump Curves vs. System Curves

> Shaft Deflection

> Pump Motor Alignment

> Bearings

> Pump Packing

> Mechanical Seals

> Pump Piping

For a full course outline and registration information for the Pump Guy Seminar, please visit FlowControlNetwork.com/PumpGuy.

Attendees who complete the Industrial Flow Measurement and Pump Guy seminars will receive a certificate for 21 Professional Development Hours. Registration includes companion textbook, complimentary breakfast and lunch, and discounted sleeping room rates at the Chateau LeMoyne (based on availability).

Flow Control Contact: If you have questions or need more information about the Industrial Flow Measurement or Pump Guy seminars, please contact Matt Migliore at Matt(at)GrandViewMedia(dot)com or 610 828-1711.

About Flow Control Magazine

Flow Control magazine is the leading journal for fluid handling systems design, maintenance and operation professionals. It focuses exclusively on technologies and strategies for effectively measuring, controlling and containing liquids, gases and slurries. It aims to serve any industry where fluid handling is a requirement.

About the Industrial Flow Measurement Seminar

This Industrial Flow Measurement Seminar is presented by David W. Spitzer (ISA Life Fellow), renowned flow measurement expert and author of the best-selling textbook Industrial Flow Measurement (included with seminar). The training is designed for individuals who aim to improve the efficiency of their fluid handling processes through effective flow measurement techniques. The training is a good fit for technicians, engineers, managers, sales persons, marketing persons, purchasing agents, accountants, lawyers, and others seeking knowledge in flow measurement applications and associated equipment. This seminar is designed to benefit persons entering the field as well as experienced individuals, drawing upon Mr. Spitzer’s many years of study and hands-on experience with a wide range of flow measurement technologies and application scenarios. For more information, visit FlowControlNetwork.com/FlowSeminar.

About the Pump Guy Seminar

The Pump Guy Seminar is presented by world-renowned pump expert Larry Bachus (a.k.a. “Pump Guy”). The training is designed to provide process plant engineers, managers, technicians, operators, and others involved with pumping systems technical knowledge on industrial pump design, operation, and maintenance. Upon completion of this training event, attendees will be armed with the necessary information to improve plant production via reliable pump and process piping system design strategy. Attendees receive a complimentary companion text, “Everything You Need to Know About Pumps.” For more information, visit FlowControlNetwork.com/PumpGuy.

Flow Control magazine, Grand View Media Group, 200 Croft St., Suite 1, Birmingham, AL 35242, FlowControl(at)GrandViewMedia(dot)com, FlowControlNetwork.com

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