Explore the importance of the bearing assemblies in this webinar.

Date

Thursday, Jun 10, 2021

Time

11:00 a.m. Central (16:00 GMT)

Explore the importance of the bearing assemblies of your between bearings pumps and their impact on overall pump reliability. In this webinar, we will discuss bearing assembly design criteria such as geometry, materials and the various engineering calculations required to put it all together. Learn about the complications, compliance and conditions of API 610 recommendations and, important to all our sanity: How bearings fail and what to do about it.

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SPEAKERS

Doug Story
Doug Story
Regional Retrofit Specialist
Sulzer

Doug provides services and solutions to better fit pumps to their respective applications, ensuring optimal pump performance, improved reliability and lower operating costs.  He has over eight years of rotating equipment experience with roles in application engineering, end user sales and reliability improvement of centrifugal pumps. He holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from Virginia Tech and resides in Houston, Texas.

Landon Cooper
Landon Cooper
Field Engineer
Sulzer

Landon provides engineering support for sales, service centers and end users in the U.S. and globally. He has over 10 years of experience with retrofits, rerates, reverse engineering and troubleshooting. He holds a Bachelor of Science in engineering with a concentration in mechanical from George Fox University and resides in Portland, Oregon.

 

Ryan Haack
Ryan Haack
Project Engineer
Sulzer

In addition to working on new developments, Ryan is product champion of Sulzer’s global bearing arrangements for between bearing pumps. Within this role, he provides oversight and implements incremental improvements to those bearing arrangements as needs/opportunities arise. He has over 20 years of rotating equipment experience with roles in order engineering and product development. He holds a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering from the University of Portland and resides in Eugene, Oregon.

Seth Tate
Seth Tate
Technical Advisor
Sulzer Rotating Equipment Services

With 15 years of experience in equipment maintenance and reliability, Seth has been a pipeline SME, refinery engineer and mechanical seal engineer. He contributes to the efforts of SMRP and is a certified reliability leader through AMP. These experiences have enabled him to become an expert in providing technical direction, supervision and repair training, both for the Sulzer team and customers to troubleshoot challenges of rotating equipment maintenance and repair, as well as to deliver economically justified long-term solutions.

 

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