Continuing educational programs serve as the cornerstone of training workers on how to best maintain the integrity of any type pump system in both the industrial and commercial markets. By supplementing work experience and basic knowledge with continuing education, the workforce remains current on industry issues while working more efficiently and effectively. 

Chances are that the existing pumping systems in your plant are less than optimal. There is a simple process for identifying “bad actors” by following the Hydraulic Institute’s (HI) six-step action plan for evaluating existing pumping systems:

1. Screen and prioritize your pumping systems to identify good performance improvement candidates.