Maintain performance and reduce the chance of complete failure by identifying cavitation early and preventing it from causing further damage to your pump. Learn more during our FREE webinar on Friday, December 4, 2020, @ 11 AM ET. Seats are filling up fast – register and save yours today!
I have been a NASH Field Service Technician for 20 years. I service eastern Canada from Manitoba to the Maritimes and my duties consist of on-site troubleshooting, customer technical support, videoscope, on-site pump assembly an repairs such as bearing changes, packings, system audits, and more. I specialize in a “gear pumps”, which a unique pump model that is popular in Canada.
Before Nash, I was a rotating equipment specialist for a Fiber Optic/High Tech company. I monitored 30+ vacuum pumps that were critical for toxic gas handling.
Our webinar will cover the causes of cavitation in a liquid ring vacuum pump, discuss what happens to your pump with cavitation if it is left untreated. NASH Field Service Technician, Eric Sabourin will talk about the possible causes and solutions of cavitation, how you can extend the life of your pump, and answer your questions during our live Q&A session.
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