Introduction to Motors, Fans and Pumps with Variable Frequency Drive Opportunities

02/21/2019 8:30 AM
Racine Civic Centre
5 Fifth Street

Course Description:

Motors are responsible for more than 60% of the energy consumed in commercial buildings and manufacturing facilities. Understanding and optimizing fan and pumping systems will provide significant opportunities in reducing energy costs.

Do you know:

The cost to run a fully loaded 20 hp fan motor for one year?
The difference between optimizing a component verses optimizing a system?
Why use a variable frequency drive (VFD)?
How to determine when purchasing a new motor is more energy cost effective than rewinding an existing motor?
What types of cash incentives are available from Focus on Energy associated with fans and pumping systems?
This course will answer these questions!

Intended Audience:

Maintenance Personnel  *  Facility Managers *  Energy Personnel, Managers & Directors  *  Plan and Facility Staff  *  Manufacturing and Processing Personnel  *  HVAC Engineers and Designers  *  Building Operators  *  Utility Managers  *  Procurement Personnel  *  Environment, Health & Safety Professionals

CEU's: 0.6

Payment information:  Credit card payments preferred.  Paying by check? Make payable to: SEERA / Focus on Energy, Attn: Lisa Lee, 1 S. Pinckney St., Ste. 340, Madison, WI 53703

Questions, contact:
Lisa Lee 
(608) 230-7011

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