Advanced Pumps Reliability & Efficiency

Pumps make more than 90% of plant machineries and maintenance issues. Unacceptably large number of pumps fail unnecessarily or sometime catastrophically every year. The over-riding aim of pumps and system training course is to reduce the costs associated with owning and running pumps, while increasing efficiency and capacity.

Pumps are used throughout an oil refinery or chemical plant pumping liquids (hydrocarbons and chemicals) around from one process to another in the manufacturing process. An oil refinery or chemical plant may have 300 or more pumps involved in the various refining and manufacturing processes. It also has a few pumps pumping water in cooling system.

Organizations spend millions running and repairing pumps. Nine out of ten pumps fail early. If we can improve reliability we can reduce the cost of owning pumps considerably. Power is a major cost for any organization. If we can reduce the amount of power required to run our pumps, we can reduce the cost of owning them considerably. Appropriate selection and operating at BEP, World-class practices provide great reliability and availability.

Salvo’s 3-day course will give attendees practical techniques for optimizing pumps performance achieve high reliability and availability and therefore making a huge difference to the organization’s profitability. The attendees are led through the road to high Pumps’ reliability and availability through failures analysis for Pumps’ failure avoidance; Pumps’ failure analysis and troubleshooting.

Top Learning Objectives

  • Understand how systems controls the pump
  • Learn how to read pumping curves and how the pumps really work
  • Discover how flow affects pump reliability
  • Determine the best reliable operating range
  • Build and improve pump systems and choose the right pump for the job that will improve reliability
  • Avoid operational problems that lead to pump failures
  • Understand cavitation and why it occurs and how it avoid
  • Apply best practices in pump installation and commissioning
  • Avoid common commissioning failures
  • Discover why pumps vibrate and why seals and bearings fail

Who Should Attend?

This course is very relevant to technical engineers and professionals who handle and are responsible for their organisations’ maintenance; as well as the overall smooth operations and processes of their organizations’ plants and machineries. These include, but not limited to:

  • Maintenance & Operation Engineers
  • Pump Application Engineers
  • Pump Sales Engineers
  • Project & Construction Engineers
  • Plant Engineers
  • Process Engineers & Designers
  • Engineering Consultants
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Project Engineers
  • System Designers – Process Engineers
  • Civil Engineers
  • Specifiers and Purchasers of Pumps
  • Rotating Equipment Engineers
  • Condition Monitoring Technician
  • Vibration Specialist

From the following industries:

  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas
  • Petrochemicals
  • Power sector
  • Exploration & Production Industries (E&P)
  • Manufacturing
  • Road / Marine / Aviation Transport
  • Liquefied Natural Gas

Top Industries:

  • Power & Utilities
  • Mining
  • Manufacturing
  • FMCG
  • Oil & Gas

Trainer's Background

The Trainer is an international trainer and a Principal Consultant in Canada with over 30 years of experience in all aspects of Maintenance Management, Operation Technology, Engineering Reliability Analysis and Implementation. He has high technical knowledge of pumps, rotating and process control equipment’s on compressor seals & systems, pump systems, mixers, mechanical seals, gland packing & gaskets, bearings, couplings, filters and control valves. He held key positions in companies like Flowserve, John Crane and Eagle Burgmann in America, Canada and United Kingdom.

His expertise includes rotating equipment and process control:

  • Seals and systems of compressor
  • Pumps centrifugal
  • Mixers
  • Trim mechanical
  • Trim and Trim
  • Bearings
  • Couplings
  • Filters and Valves of control
  • Analysis models of failure for the seals mechanical
  • Improvement of the pumps
  • Analysis models of failure
  • Oilfield onshore
  • Offshore platforms
  • Refineries
  • LNG plants
  • Power plants
  • Flowserve pumps

Event Details

21st – 24th March 2022
8AM – 11AM UTC
Online Workshop via Zoom
This course will be conducted in French

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