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Join Consulting-Specifying Engineer on Tuesday, July 28 for an educational webcast:

Choose the right pump for the application: Understand which type of pump to specify for nonresidential HVAC applications

Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 11 a.m. PT /1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET
Attendees qualify for a Certificate of Completion

There are many courses available on how to size a centrifugal pump. But given the wide variety of choices, how do you decide which type to use in the first place? This webcast will give you insights into how to make that critical decision when specifying pumps for nonresidential HVAC applications.

Your client—the building owners—will have to live with the results for a long time. No matter whether a frame-mounted or close-coupled end-suction, horizontal split-case, vertical turbine, submersible, circulator, vertical multi-stage, or other pump type, this educational session will help you to choose the most appropriate and optimal pump type for the job.

This is not a course on how to select pump sizes and optional features. It focuses only on choice of pump type.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the six pump types most often used for commercial HVAC applications, and explain the characteristics of each.
  • Understand the distinctions between above- and below-grade pump applications.
  • Select pump types for the primary commercial HVAC applications for hydronic hot water, steam, and chilled water systems by following a logical, repeatable process.
  • Learn the critical role of lifecycle costing in determining the best pump type for the application.
  • Use the new knowledge to write technical specifications for nonresidential building projects.

Presenters & Moderator:

Jim Swetye Presenter: Jim Swetye, Technical Training Expert, Grundfos Pumps Corporation
Reece Robinson Presenter: Reece Robinson, Senior Technical Trainer, Grundfos Pumps Corporation
Amara Rozgus Moderator: Amara Rozgus, Consulting-Specifying Engineer, and CFE Media LLC

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