Get Smart! Cut Maintenance Costs with Smart Pump Technology

FREE Webinar July 20 , 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm EDT

Keeping your landfill and Gas-To-Energy pumps performing can be challenging and costly…especially when dealing with odor issues, compliance problems, and shutdowns.

Join Bob Beyer from Jeneer Group for a FREE webinar exploring the latest technology in landfill leachate pump operation and maintenance, and how you can integrate remote pneumatic pump monitoring into your operations to improve pump up-time and performance, improve data management, and reduce your maintenance time AND cost.

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In this webinar, we’ll start with a look at pneumatic pump operation principals (both conventional and smart technology), the considerations of each, and benefits. Beyer will then review pneumatic pump air pressure settings, flow rates, and construction materials, and outline the best practices in evaluating and selecting the best match for your site conditions. We’ll take a look at difficult well conditions (e.g., varying, high vacuum, foaming, high temperature, high silts, and extreme precipitation), and discuss recommendations of how you can better manage these conditions. Additionally, Beyer will walk us through how to integrate remote monitoring of your critical condensate sumps to improve data collection / documentation and maximize uptime.

Finally, we’ll take a look at smart pneumatic pumps in action. We’ll learn how several Gas-To-Energy sites have improved their operations by deploying smart pump technology with consist dewatering, creating an improved and constant vacuum. We’ll also review several case studies where smart pump technology improved operation in silty well conditions, critical condensate sumps, and take a look at the results of a three year maintenance cost comparison (smart pump vs. conventional pump).

 

Date & Time:
Wed., July 20th @ 11 a.m. PDT / 2 p.m. EDT

Presenter:
Bob Beyer,
Principal, Jeneer Group

Sponsored by: Jeneer Group

Cost: FREE!

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