“Loss of production and activity through pump inefficiency is an extremely costly problem for the water industry and many others. In the oil and gas sector alone, around 90% of pumps were found to be running inefficiently*
Pumping Systems 2019 will provide you with the best practice in component management needed to increase the efficiency in your pumping systems, thereby reducing cost and raising productivity. Through recent case studies from the water and oil and gas industries, as well as expert insights from cross-sector professionals, you will improve your capabilities in both pump selection and management, within the context of the efficiency of the wider system. You will improve your pump effectiveness by learning how to apply up-to-the-minute thinking right across the lifecycle, from the latest design strategies through to real-time condition monitoring and maintenance tools. Moreover, you will discover how to make the most of the developments in Industry 4.0, including intelligent pumps, to make the correct component maintenance decisions.
Over the two days you will have ample opportunity to meet and network with representatives from cross-sector operators, OEMs, tier one engineering consultancies, condition monitoring experts and other pump professionals to discuss and debate winning strategies to optimise pump efficiency.”
Dean’s talk starts at 14:05 on Day 1, titled: Using Vibration Analysis Techniques for Condition Monitoring and Condition Improvement