Pump Systems Matter is a 501(c)3 subsidiary of the Hydraulic Institute that provides tools and education to the pump user community, with an emphasis on energy efficiency, improved reliability, increased productivity, and profitability. PSM offers a wide variety of training options, that are customizable to fit specific market niches while also focusing on specific technologies that fit your market space.
Take this new self-paced on-line learning experience and gain knowledge in how to manage and conduct any type of pump systems assessment. This comprehensive eight part module course and integrated testing provides all the core knowledge areas and reviews all the key processes in conducting a complex pumping systems audit in any industrial or commercial markets. Eight (8) PDH Credits are offered for successfully completing this PSA Certificate Program. This program is self-paced, however students have 60 days to complete.
Pump Systems Matter offers a wide spectrum of in-person pump seminars that range from full day courses to multi-hour workshops. Pump System Optimization and Variable Frequency Drives are two of the most popular topics that are covered. All of our courses can be customized to meet the needs of your customers and employees, that can be specifically built to focus on internal training or on educating your end-users.
With more than 25 different
topics, the Hydraulic Institute’s diverse pump educational offerings allow
participants to learn a variety of pump information. Attending a live
webinar affords participants the opportunity to earn credits towards their
professional development hours (PDH), as well as directly interact with a
subject matter expert in that field.
The Pump Test Lab Approval Program is designed to provide pump manufacturers, and others with pump test labs the opportunity to demonstrate compliance with industry recognized pump test standards. Labs which successfully undergo an audit through a third-party audit firm assure the public that pumps tested in the lab are done so in accordance with HI 40.6 Methods for Rotodynamic Pumps Efficiency Testing standard which the Department of Energy (DOE) recently incorporated by reference in the Energy Conservation Standard, EERE-2011-BT-STD-0031, and the Test Procedure, EERE-2013-BT-TP-0055, for Commercial & Industrial Pumps (CIP). See HI’s DOE rulemaking for current information regarding the regulation of pump efficiency.