Mechanical Systems & Valves 2-Part Series (New Mexico) 032123-9
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Event Date & Time3/21/2023 9:00 AM - 3/23/2023 1:30 PM
Times are listed in Mountain Time
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Mechanical Systems & Valves 2-Part Series
8 New Mexico Training Credits awarded per series
Attendees expected to attend entire series to receive credit. Partial credit will not be awarded.
Certificates will be available through your profile.
Certificates will be awarded at the conclusion of the series.
NOTE: To receive training credits attendees must actively participate throughout the workshops. You must answer 70% of all poll questions & pop quizzes. Attendance is recorded throughout, & the evaluation at the end of the workshop is mandatory to complete.
Date & Time:
The Mechanical Systems & Valves 2-Part Series training will be held on the following dates & times:
March 21 | Part 1 | 9:00AM-11:30AM | Fire Hydrants
March 21 | Part 1 | 11:30AM-12:00PM | Lunch-on your own
March 21 | Part 1 | 12:00PM-1:30PM | System Hydraulics
March 23 | Part 2 | 9:00AM-10:00AM | Pumps & Motors
March 23| Part 2 | 10:00AM-11:30AM | Wire to Water Horsepower
March 23 | Part 2 | 11:30AM-12:00PM | Lunch-on your own
March 23 | Part 2 | 12:00PM-12:45PM | Valves
This training is being held in Mountain Time.
Part 1 | Fire Hydrants
To learn basic potential piping system problems when using fire hydrants; main hydrant types; hydrant installations, procedures, & precautions; &hydrant repair & fire flow testing.
Part 1 | System Hydraulics
To learn concepts of static versus dynamic conditions, pressure head, elevation head, velocity head & the hydraulic grade line.
Part 2 | Pumps & Motors
To learn common motor control types, including gasoline, diesel, & gas engines; characteristics of centrifugal & turbine pumps; Radial, axial, & mixed flow designs; vertical turbine pumps & common uses; positive displacement pumps; pump operating tips & precautions: starting, stopping, flow control, water hammer; mechanical details of pumps: impellers, casing, bearings, seals, etc.
Part 2 | Wire to Water Horsepower
To learn the basics on reading a pump curve, water hydraulics, & pressures, determining water, break & motor horsepower, also understand Hazen-Williams nomograph factors for defining friction loss.
Part 2 | Valves
To learn common valve types used in piping distribution systems & their functions. Students will focus on pressure relief, air & vacuum, pinch, rotary/plug, butterfly, check valves; & Valve operation-manual & automatic, boxes, & importance of valve location records.
This training will be hosted online on GoToTraining.
Scholarship & Fees:
Mechanical Systems & Valves 2-Part Series is a free training.
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"These trainings are funded by the New Mexico Environment Department Drinking Water Bureau through HB-548 Clean Water Pilot Project & Drinking Water State Revolving Fund."
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