Cleaver-Brooks and Grundfos Pumps have combined forces to deliver an integrated series of free webinar programs for the commercial/industrial marketplace. Together, our companies have more than 150 years of experience in the energy conversion industry.
In response to numerous requests from our valued customers and specifiers, we have developed a three-part series combining both the technical engineering and empirical know-how relating to boiler room equipment and the pumping systems that support them.
The first in the three-part series will be held on July 27th. This webinar will detail the various boiler feed systems used in the process steam industry, including the associated pump descriptions and steps to properly select and size them.
The second in series will be held on August 24th and will feature the options associated with boiler feed control and the impact these options have on pump selection.
The last in the series is scheduled for September 21st. It will cover the importance of chemical treatment for the safe, reliable operation of boilers and explain the pump dosing systems available for dispensing these chemicals into the boiler system.
Register now for the first of this three-part series - Boiler Feed and Pump Sizing.
To brush up on the basics of boiler feed systems before attending any webinar in this series, click here.
Cleaver-Brooks produces webinars that highlight best practices from the field and provide technology-based solutions to real-world challenges. The goal of the webinars is to provide practical guidance that helps increase the efficiency of boiler systems worldwide.
The webinars are geared to boiler operators, facility managers and engineers. Webinar participation qualifies as one Professional Development Hour (PDH) at the discretion of your local governing agency. A certificate of completion is available, upon request, for a record of attendance.
Webinars are typically offered the last Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m. EST. An industry expert delivers a 40-minute presentation followed by a 20-minute Q&A session. Archived webinars along with the Q&A are available on demand.
The webinars are conducted via WebEx and are free to participants. To register for the upcoming webinar, click here.
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