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Webinar | The Effects of Motor Regulations on Pump Systems

For decades, the U.S. Department of Energy has issued market-changing industrial electric motor regulations to improve efficiency. The most recent rules, which have gone into effect over the past two years, impact most equipment manufacturers and users.

In this webinar, we'll review the regulations and go into detail about the impact of motor speeds, operating speeds, inrush currents, motor sizes and motor configuration on existing and new pump system designs.

In addition, Peter Gaydon from HydraulicInstitute will discuss the upcoming rules for clean water pumps, the effective date, and energy savings goals!

Are your pumps ready for the new DOE regulations?

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About the Speakers:

John Malinowski, Senior Manager for Industry Affairs, is also currently Chairman of NEMA 1MG Motor & Generator Section and familiar with collaborating with CEMEP and ABB IEC colleagues on global motor standards. Mr. Malinowski is a Senior Member of IEEE and is a Member at Large on the IEEE Industry Application Society Executive Board. He acts as company advocate with government agencies, professional associations, and industry standards committees.

George Weihrauch, Product Manager, holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Rutgers College of Engineering, and an MBA from Webster University. George has an extensive NEMA motor background in sales, applications and project management during his 26 years with Baldor. He is a member of IEEE, actively involved in the IEEE Standards Working Group for IEEE 841.

Peter Gaydon, Director of Technical Affairs with the Hydraulic Institute, has held design, development and test engineering positions with major pump manufactures prior to joining the Hydraulic Institute in 2014. He has technical responsibility for all standards, guidebooks and program guides published by the Hydraulic Institute.

The Effects of Motor Regulations on Pump Systems