Motor and Pump FailuresDetermining Failure Modes, Repair Tips and ACT 129 Incentives
Event Date: 07/22/2010
Special Case Study Presentation byWestern Berks Water Authority
READING ELECTRIC, in Partnership with GOULDS PUMPS, is pleased to extend this Invitation for our upcoming Technical Seminar on Industrial & Municipal motor and pump Failures. This Workshop will also have Mr. Chip Bilger, Executive Director, at Western Berks Water Authority as a Special Guest Speaker on the diagnosis and solutions to ?bearing electrical etching' caused by Variable Frequency Drives.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: This Workshop benefits those Management and Technical Personnel responsible for specifying, managing and maintaining motors and pumps. You will also have the opportunity to ask questions about motor & pump theory and servicing practices from the technical personnel from Western Berks Water Authority, GOULDS and Reading Electric.
The Workshop's focus is on the following topics:
1) Typical Failure Modes
d. Internal Wear
2) Impact of adding a Variable Frequency Drive
a. Aquavar CPC Drive Energy Savings
b. ACT 129 Program Incentives for Motors, Pumps & Drives
3) Predictive Maintenance
a. Early Warning Signs of pending Failure
b. P.M. Checklist
4) Temporary Repair Tips
5) Repairing Pumps with Polymers
WHEN & WHERE: The Workshop will be held at CABELAS (100 Cabela Drive, Hamburg, PA 19526) Thursday, July 22nd from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Monitoring Tools, Motor Analyzers
and Bearing / Seal Technology
Drive Belt Technology and Applications
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