A frequent question in the Fluid Power industry is, “when or how often should I replace my pump?” The truthful but unsatisfying answer is, it depends. It depends on a multitude of factors, operating conditions, age, duty cycle, performance, etc. There are however, some key indicators that point to a pumps impending demise, that when detected early enough can mitigate the damages. Join us for our seminar on January 18 to find out exactly when and why you should replace your pump.
What participants will learn:
- When to replace their pump
- Basic type of leaks
- Pump performance
John Harrison, Technical Customer Service Representative, FluiDyne Fluid Power
With over 15 years in the industry, John has the knowledge to assist customers through complex situations. John is an expert in start up and commissioning. He is very involved in our Return Goods Authorization (RGA) process and is the primary contact for warranty reviews. He is able to answer any questions our customers throw at him.
Mary Gannon, Moderator, Fluid Power World
Mary Gannon, a Senior Editor for Design World/Managing Editor for Fluid Power World, has a BS in journalism from Boston University, and has been a technical writer and editor for more than ten years. Gannon has covered an extensive range of industrial topics, including motion control, power transmission and fluid power.
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