U.S. HI pump system material website began to be put into use

eported  It is a new beginning in the field of American education. The main purpose of Pump Systems Matter (PSM) is to reduce the energy demand in the northern United States and increase the bottom line of trade revenue by providing pump users with strategic and extensive energy operation methods and demonstrating optimized solutions.

According to the introduction of the college, this site provides users with instructional resources. These resources start with optimizing the pump system. Users can download the Pump System Improvement Model (PSIM), a free and instructive software tool that can provide assessments for the overall design of complex pump systems. At the same time, they can download case studies, authoritative reports, and energy-saving internal information reports. And more information that can improve the bottom line of energy conservation and the interests of the community.
According to theU.S. Department of Energy (DOE), pumping systems account for nearly 25% of industrial power demand, and the range involved in some industrial equipment operations has reached 50%. Industry, municipalities, and many other sectors in the northern United States are energy-intensive areas. Case studies have shown that good system design and more efficient pump operation can often save 20% in energy consumption, and can present a broader energy-saving space. HI stated that as energy consumption in the country continues to rise, PSM provides users with a very necessary, foundation-oriented, energy saving possibility.
PSM is open to all the following organizations: public interest organizations, market trading organizations, government agencies, pump users, contractors, consultants, engineering companies, trade, free alliances, and pump manufacturers and drivers in the northern United States, A supplier of special effects software for seals, couplings, bearings, frames, instruments, control systems, and pumps.
HI launches Pumps Systems Matter website
The Hydraulic Institute (HI) has launched a new website called www.PumpSystemsMatter.org covering a new US educational initiative, Pump Systems Matter (PSM), which aims to lower energy needs in North America while improving the bottom-line profitability of businesses by providing pump users with strategic, broad-based energy management and performance optimization solutions.
According to the Institute, the website provides users with educational resources needed to get started with optimizing pumping systems. Users can also download Pump System Improvement Modeling(PSIM), a free educational software tool to help evaluate the overall design of complex pumping systems and download case studies, white papers, energy-savings tip sheets and more to improve bottom line savings and corporate profitability. According to the US Department of Energy (DOE), pumping systems account for nearly 25% of industrial electrical energy demand and range up to 50 % of the energy usage in certain industrial plant operations. Industrial, municipal, and many other sectors of the North American economy are energy intensive. Case studies have shown that better system design and more effective pump application can usually save 20% or more in energy costs and represent a large, frequently overlooked savings opportunity. With the continuing rise of energy costs across the country, P SMoffers pump users a very compelling, bottom-line oriented, energy savings opportunity, the HI says.
Membership of PSM is open to utilities, market transformation organizations, government agencies, pump users, contractors, consultants, engineering companies, trade and professional associations as well as North American pump manufacturers and suppliers of motors and drives, seals, couplings, bearings, housings , instrumentation and control systems and pump specific software.

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