Next Generation Intelligent Pumping Technology and its Evolution from Armstrong Fluid Technology

Presented by Roberto Bosco, Regional Sales Manager for Western Canada

Wednesday Janyary 19th – 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM EASTERN
Registration is Complimentary

The seminar will be focused on the evolution of pumping technology over the last years and superior performance that can guarantee higher and higher energy savings. The presentation will include a history of the development of variable speed technology, explaining the efficiency improvements associated with each development step. There will be explanation of the evolution from induction motors running under variable frequency drives to the new integrated Electronically Commutated Motors with Permanent Magnet rotors. Also presented is the value and importance of best efficiency staging of pumps, followed by a description and explanation of the value of partial redundancy as a more cost-effective and efficient alternative to the traditional duty/standby configuration for pumps. The seminar will end with a discussion on lifetime operating cost savings through pump connectivity, analytics, and on-board diagnostics. 

Presenter: Roberto Bosco

Roberto Bosco is a Professional Engineer and has been a member of the CIPH ever since 2013 when he moved to Canada from Europe. His career has developed for over 30 years in the pump business, particularly in the HVAC field, where he has worked for the major pump manufacturers. Among them: Wilo in Europe and Grundfos and Armstrong in Canada, where for the latter, he currently covers the role of Regional Sales Manager for Western Canada. He’s held technical presentations over the years all over Europe and Canada, including at major organizations like the ASHRAE, with high focus on sustainability. He is married and has a wonderful daughter and spends most of his time working but also enjoys training at the gym and watching NFL football games.

Fighting the FOG: An Overview of Grease Interceptors from Canplas

Presented by Faith Winters

Tuesday, January 25th – 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM EASTERN
Registration is Complimentary

FOG (Fats, Oils, and Grease) is commonly found in the wastewater discharged as a result of commercial and institutional foodservice operations. This course discusses the adverse effects FOG has on the sanitary sewer system, the principles of operation of grease interceptors, and the industry requirements for an effective grease management system in commercial foodservice applications.

Presenter:  Faith Winters  

Faith joined the Canplas team immediately after graduating from the University of Toronto with her BSc degree in May 2016. Faith is a well-traveled, trusted advisor who consults with clients in the design community looking for quality information on Commercial Grease Management. However, her educational endeavor does not end with Engineers, Specifiers, and Architects, but extends out to Owners, Developers, City Officials and Contractors across North America. A firm believer in the power of education, Faith is constantly seeking to further her own knowledge of the industry and continues to gain experience that further enhances her teachings

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