(Sept. 19, 2012) - Plant managers and process engineers continue to focus on maintenance. Preventive and predictive maintenance programs are constantly being designed and implemented to control and minimize costs and improve performance.
Unplanned repairs can be 10 times as costly as scheduled maintenance. However, some plants spend too much time and effort to avoid them, the costs will often outweigh the benefits.
On Oct. 11, 2012, Pumps & Systems is proud to partner with ITT Goulds Pumps to bring you an informative FREE webinar on this topic, "Optimize Your Maintenance Budget." Dan Kernan, manager of monitoring & control at ITT Industrial Process, will explain how organizations can optimize their maintenance programs to mitigate risks and minimize costs. He will describe best practices for implementing a variety of pump maintenance strategies, including which equipment to target, what information to collect and how to use it effectively.
The Pumps & Systems live webinar series has shared a lot of information about maintenance through the years, but this webinar is truly unique. Kernan will detail several case studies from multiple industries and provide attendees with actionable advice for understanding and improving the bottom-line benefits of their total investment in pumping systems.
This webinar is ideal for plant managers, engineering/maintenance managers, production/maintenance supervisors, maintenance/reliability engineers, purchasing/accounting/finance managers and anyone interested in tips to optimize best maintenance practices.
Register for free today and join us at 1 p.m. Eastern on Oct. 11, 2012.
Dan Kernan has a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Rochester and has spent the last decade integrating technologies—such as power electronics, embedded sensors and wireless systems with rotating equipment to improve equipment reliability and reduce energy. Kernan and his team have helped numerous customers in multiple industries implement pumping systems and pump control solutions. He holds three patents or patents pending in technology related to improving pump reliability.