AC23 - Reducing energy and operating costs with advanced machine condition monitoring & predictive maintenance
Recorded On: 04/20/2023
CWEA Contact Hours: .06 contact hours towards CWEA, CSM, MT, EIT, AWTO certifications.
Come discuss some of the latest technology in condition monitoring and fault analysis for rotating pumping equipment. The audience will learn how to to optimize equipment performance, limit downtime and reduce costs on repair & replacement using artificial intelligence.
Identify applications for advanced condition monitoring.
Understand the ROI for such technology.
Explain the hardware requirements for an advanced condition monitoring system.
Product Manager- Controls & Digital
Steve Frangione is the Regional Product Manager for Water Utility Controls and Digital Solutions at Grundfos. Steve has been with Grundfos for 1.5yrs and has been in the water & wastewater industry for 6 years. With a background in electrical engineering, most of his carrer has been spent fousing on helping utilities find better ways to optimize the operation of their equimpent with advanced controls and remote monitoring technology.
John Witter, PE
John Witter obtained a Bachelor and Masters degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has worked for Carollo Engineers in Fresno, California for nearly five years. He has worked on a range of water and wastewater projects, with a focus on wastewater process planning and design.
Registrants who view the live webinar to see the slides and hear the audio and then enter the correct attention check code (directions below) .06 CWEA, CSM, MT, EIT, AWTO certifications.
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