Demystifying Piping Plans and Support Systems Webinars
Training covers mechanical seals and provides data on the advantages and disadvantages of different sealing systems
Mechanical seals are the most common method of sealing centrifugal pumps and other rotating equipment in process industries. While vital to attaining optimum pump energy efficiency, emissions containment, equipment reliability and safety, mechanical seals are only one part of creating a reliable solution. Hydraulic Institute and Pump Systems Matter have developed a four-part webinar series to educate process engineers about sealing for process piping and pumps.
During the sessions, which will be held weekly beginning on May 22, participants will receive tools to help select and evaluate piping plans. A comprehensive series focused on in the pumping industry, the training covers all the major engineering features on mechanical seals and provides data on all the advantages and disadvantages of different sealing systems. The following plans are also covered:
- Section One: Plans 11/13 + Calculations, Piping Plan 14.
- Section Two: Plans 21/23/32 + Calculations, LCC Calculator.
- Section Three: Plan 52, Plans 53A, 53B, 53C + Calculations.
- Section Four: Plans 64, 65A, 65B, 66A, 66B, 72, 75, & 76.
To register, visit the eStore for Hydraulic Institute and Pump Systems Matter. All registrants can purchase the webinar companion guidebook Mechanical Seals for Pumps: Application Guidelines, published in cooperation with the Fluid Sealing Association (FSA), at a discount.