Free Webinar: Performance Testing: What Is Your Pump Trying to Tell You? | Pumps & Systems

2021-12-23 07:51:05 By : Mr. Leu Chou

Would you drive a car off the lot without taking it for a test drive first? Probably not. And yet so many end users “drive” their pumps off the lot and expect them to work exactly to specification.

Pump testing is an essential step in evaluating the hydraulic and mechanical performance of a pump before installation. Testing is applicable to new pumps, refurbished pumps or re-engineered pumps and offers insights into equipment reliability and performance and can measure the effect of design changes.

Understanding the power and benefit of aftermarket testing can be confusing. Especially without the knowledge of the various testing capabilities available. Hydro’s testing facility is designed in compliance with Hydraulic Institute Standards and API 610. It’s capable of testing horizontal, vertical and submersible pumps up to 5,000 horsepower. This webinar will focus on aspects of aftermarket testing on problem pumps by diving deep into several case studies where issues were found with a pump prior to assembly—helping save time, headaches and money.

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Papadakos is the manager of Hydro Inc.’s state-of-the-art Test Lab. He directly manages all functions related to the daily operational needs of the lab. He specializes in testing solutions for critical operating equipment in the nuclear (safety and non-safety related), power utility, pipeline, and oil and gas industries.

As Hydro’s director of condition monitoring and test lab, Panagoulias is responsible for overseeing the overall operations and productivity of Hydro Inc.’s Test Lab and IIoT wireless condition monitoring’s services (Centaur). He started his career at Hydro as a new college graduate and has been working in the aftermarket pump industry for over a decade. Panagoulias was also named one of Pumps and System’s Top 10 Pump Professionals to Watch.

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