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A new training center for pump-automation products

By Gerald Ondrey |

KSB AG (Frankenthal, Germany; www.ksb.de) has opened a training center at its Frankenthal location. The newly created rooms offer the perfect setting for operations engineers, consultants, installation contractors and service professionals to become acquainted with the KSB’s automation products. Those attending the center will not only gain insight into the fundamental theoretical principles of electric drive and control technology for centrifugal pumps; they will also receive relevant training in using variable-speed pumps, as well as practical tips for their application. This should facilitate the proper planning, optimal selection and installation as well as the efficient operation of pumps and systems. In order to familiarize users with the automation products, staff at the KSB TrainingCenter have developed seminars offering much more hands-on experience than was previously the case. Participants can work with real, open- or closed-loop functional models and experimental stations and are able to experience the benefits of speed control first hand. They also have the opportunity to try out for themselves all the functionalities of the current level control units on a waste water collecting tank with submersible motor pumps. As…
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