Granite State Rural Water Association - Quality on Tap!
  Date 5/21/2020  
  Location Webinar using Zoom Meeting platform. An email invitation with a link to the webinar will be sent one day prior to the class.  
  Time 9:30am-11:45am (virtual room will open at 9:20am)  
  Credit 2 TCHs will be awarded to those who attend 100% of the course. NHDES water & wastewater credit approved.  
  Cost Free- During the time of Covid-19, GSRWA is temporarily waving training fees.  
  Lunch There will be no lunch break.  
  Registration Please register before 10:00am Wednesday, May 20th.  
  Instructor(s) Ian Belczyk (Xylem), Darrin Ruiz (Xylem)  
  Agenda This training will constist of two related topics each lasting approximately one hour. Bypass Pumping & Specifications - Designing a temporary pumping system must be approached with the same level of engineering fundamentals that would be applied to a permanent solution. All bypass pumping systems require an understanding of system components, pump size selection, quantity, product pumped, economics, and environmental regulations. Engineers develop tailored system designs with performance curves to determine the ideal solution for pumping projects. Based on the physical conditions of a job, pump system requirements, and equipment capabilities, engineers generate technical proposals that are tailored to project specific needs and operate at the highest levels of efficiency and reliability.
Size & Modern Pump Clogs - A wastewater pump’s throughlet size is frequently used to specify clog resistance. Clogging is a critical and highly undesirable operational problem in wastewater pumping, which results in increased operational costs and emergency calls from the end user. This presentation seeks to explore the influence of throughlet size on modern trash applications and its effect on preventing clogs, particularly by non-woven fibers. We will explore the design features of several different impeller types for permanently installed, submersible wastewater pumps. Several clog tests performed in the Xylem laboratory will be reviewed via video and test data.
  Additional Information  
  Contact us today for technical assistance or training. Pre-registration is required for all training courses. You will only be notified if the class is cancelled.

Certificates are handed out at the end of each class. It is the responsibility of the operator to maintain their record keeping for license renewal. If a certificate is to be replaced there is an administrative fee of $15 for members for the first certificate, $5 for each additional certificate, and $25 for non-members for the first certificate, $10 for each additional certificate.

Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel, please contact GSRWA in writing at least three business days prior to the day of the course, or be charged a $30 late cancellation fee. If you do not attend the course and do not contact GSRWA, you will be charged a “No Show” fee equal to the original course registration fee. The No Show fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. Written refunds/credits will be considered for special circumstances provided that the request is received within two weeks of the training date.

Do you have a certain topic of training you would like to have at your own location? We can bring training to you on any water and wastewater topic you request. Contact or phone 603-756-3670 x4 for more information.

Any Questions, please contact GSRWA at (603) 756-3670 x 4.




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