The same way that a runner prepares for a 5K race, a pump user must prepare to ensure that a pump will run efficiently and effectively for the application. Unfortunately, quite often the pump user has a system (or a course) that is laid out in such a way that the pump (or a runner) is ill-prepared for the requirements.
There is a solution: Understanding and proper use of a system head curve is the ultimate preparation for the pump’s running performance.
Through the 5K race analogy, you will learn:
- Why a system head curve is important
- Catastrophic effects resulting from using a pump not equipped for the job
- Cavitation (suction and discharge)
- Power inefficiencies
- The effect of adding the varying components (distance, elevation changes, turns and bends, narrow openings, and narrow point of exit)
- The METHODS system for proper pump sizing
- How to develop a system head curve overlay and how to read it to understand pump performance
- And more
This webinar’s goal is to provide users with an understanding of the highly useful system head curve tool, which can save a lot of energy, time and headache. Preparing with these tips will keep a pump running at top efficiency and allow the pump user to finish with a win.
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Senior Product Manager
Hal Midkiff has served the pump and process equipment industry for 30 years, with the last three at Motion as the company’s senior product manager—process pumps and equipment. He works with manufacturers of pumps and related equipment to support Motion branches so they, in turn, can fully support Motion customers.