Hydraulic Institute establishes committee on pump life

January 1999
Ceramic Industry;Jan1999, Vol. 149 Issue 1, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the Hydraulic Institute's (HI) establishment of the Total Life Cycle Cost Committee to specifically address energy efficiency and the life cycle cost of pumps. Committee's goal to write a user guide book and provide other resources to help pump purchasers, specifiers, manufacturers and distributors realize maximum savings; Gunnar Hovstadium as head of the committee.


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