Pumps and Pumping Hydraulics - March 26, 2024


0.6 CEUs


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Registration Deadline: March 19, 2024

Learning Objectives
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Identify electrical motor control systems, review motor types and their components.
- Describe pump types used in the water and wastewater industry and their make-up.
- Understand liquid level controls.
- Analyze pumping hydraulics under both static and dynamic conditions.
- Interpret pumping curves.
- Perform pump hydraulic calculations such as break horsepower and wire -to-water efficiencies.
- Apply pump affinity laws to determine the changing effects of RPM to hydraulic characteristics.

Who Should Attend?
You should take this course if you:
- are responsible for maintenance of water and wastewater utility systems including plant operations;
- are responsible for pump stations and related infrastructure;
- are supervisors & managers of utility systems.

Certification and CEUs
This course provides 0.6 core CEUs for the following Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) certifications:
- small water systems (SWS)
- water distribution (WD)
- water treatment (WT)
- small wastewater systems (SWWS)
- wastewater collection (WWC)
- wastewater treatment (WWT)

Delivery Formats

There are no available options for this course at this time - please contact .