Presentation on theme: "Opportunities for HI/PSM & NEMA Motor Section & Motor OEMs Robert K. Asdal, Executive Director, Hydraulic Institute & Pump Systems Matter."— Presentation transcript:
Opportunities for HI/PSM & NEMA Motor Section & Motor OEMs Robert K. Asdal, Executive Director, Hydraulic Institute & Pump Systems Matter
2 Hydraulic Institute: Vision & Mission Vision: To be a global authority on pumps and pumping systems Mission: To be a value-adding resource to member companies and pump users worldwide by: – Developing and delivering comprehensive industry standards – Expanding knowledge by providing education and tools for the effective application, testing, installation, operation and maintenance of pumps and pumping systems – Serving as a forum for the exchange of industry information
3 Vision: Assist North American pump users gain a more competitive business advantage through strategic, broad-based energy management and pump system optimization. Mission: Provide the marketplace with tools and collaborative opportunities to integrate pump system optimization and energy efficiency management practices into normal business operations. Pump Systems Matter: Vision & Mission
4 HI, Pump Systems Matter and DOE Partnership Collaboration with U.S. DOE since 1993! 1993: HI becomes Charter Motor Challenge Partner 1995/1996: HI/DOE develop Pump Systems Video on “Energy Savings with Pumps and Pumping Systems” 1998: HI Life Cycle Costing Committee formed & DOE participates 1998/1999: Cooperation between HI, Europump, DOE & EU : PSAT software training & review + LCC & VSP Guides :HI: DOE Allied Partner and participates in training/events 2007:HI member pump experts join panel for the creation of pumping system assessment standards; DOE participates in HI/PSM “Optimizing Pumping Systems” guidebook 2008:DOE joins Pump Systems Matter Board; PSM-DOE jointly sponsormarket awareness and energy assessment web seminars; HI team work on pumping system assm’t std.
5 25% 12% 14% 25% 10% Pumps Compressed Air 14% Fans Handling Processing Other Fired Heaters 31% Steam 26% Other 4% Electrochemical 4% Process Cooling 2% Motor Systems 23% Facilities 10% Energy Used for Heat & Power Pump systems use about 6% of total U.S. industrial energy
6 National Initiative: Leveraging HI/PSM Efforts Goal: Drive a 25% reduction in industrial energy intensity by Helps all industrial companies– no matter where they currently stand in terms of energy efficiency Provides a broad range of resources to help identify and implement cost-effective measures Energy management best practices and technology Assessments of energy systems Training and technical assistance Information on emerging technologies
7 NEMA, HI and Pump Systems Matter Explore opportunities to work together on “Systems” approaches associated with market awareness, public policy advocacy & outreach, education/training, etc. Explore opportunities to harmonize our approaches to the U.S. DOE, utilities, energy efficiency NGOs and other organizations Jointly leverage resources! HI is a highly regarded trade association of pump and supplier OEMs, with a focus on standards, statistics & business networking NEMA is a highly regarded trade association, with strong motor section, and focus on marketing, standards, statistics & advocacy PSM is a sponsor-led, 501(c)3, focusing on pump SYSTEMS optimization & energy efficiency
8 HI Standards: Scope & Content Major Categories of Standards: Centrifugal, Vertical, Rotary, Reciprocating & Direct Acting Sealess Centrifugal & Rotary Control Volume Metering, Air Operated Submersible & Slurry Special Standards : Allowable Operating Region, Nozzle Loads, Condition Monitoring, Pump Intake Design, Viscosity Correction, Electronic Data Exchange MTBR being explored Major Sections: Nomenclature, Applications, Installation and Operations, General Guidelines and Test Procedures Standards Education Seminars
9 HI/PSM Education Strategy Define, develop & execute comprehensive education, training and certification strategy for all aspects of pumping systems, working with DOE and others Steps to accomplish include: - Continue to implement the HI/PSM Education Roadmap - Define a Pump Systems Body of Knowledge - Coordinate efforts to compliment ASME/ANSI Pumping Systems Energy Assessment Standard - Re-brand courses that exist currently in the marketplace - Create courses and Web seminars that fill knowledge gaps - Offer PDH credit for courses - Define certification strategies to support market needs
10 HI 2009 Education Priorities Launched a new educational portalwww.PumpLearning.org Launched Positive Displacement Pumps e-Learning course Launch re-designed Centrifugal Pumps e-Learning course Deliver Pump Knowledge Series Web seminars – Spring and Fall Deliver HI Standards Series Web seminars – Spring and Fall Deliver a collaborative Web seminar on the Metering Pump Standard with the Water Quality Association (WQA) Activate the HI Education Affairs Steering Committee (EASC) Begin preliminary work on the pump industry Body of Knowledge
11 HI Launches All of the courses, webinars, articles, press releases about the PD Pumps course and all other HI-sponsored courses can be found on our NEW Education Portal – PumpLearning.org!
12 ISO Standards: HI Roles HI represents US in voting on ISO pump standards in ISO/TC-115 HI is Secretariat for SC 3 of ISO TC-115, representing U.S. – API pump standards: 610, 685, etc. – Developing new global test standard: 9906 – HI works closely with U.K., Germany, France and other member countries Joint International Pump Industry Standardization Committee (IPSC) with Europump to resolve differences and achieve alignment before introducing documents into ISO with joint vote: – Viscosity Correction – Global Test Standard (ISO 9906) – Potential for new ISO standard on Pump Systems Energy Assessment (DOE) HI and Europump alternatively host ISO/TC-115 meetings
13 PSM 2009 Education Priorities Expand Market Awareness through short webinar briefings: Pump System Performance Impacts Multiple Bottom Lines Lunch & Learns: Variable Speed Drives, Control Systems, LCC One-day course, “Pumping Systems Optimization: Opportunities to improve Life Cycle Performance” Partner with Sponsors, Utilities, DOE, EPA and other entities to deliver the 1-day course and other market awareness products Host regional industrial energy efficiency road shows with interested parties: utilities, state energy offices and others HI/PSM: Explore funding sources to develop 3-day Advanced Pump Systems course HI/PSM: Expand distribution of “Optimizing Pumping Systems: A Guide to Improved Energy Efficiency, Reliability and Profitability”
14 Audio-Web Management Briefing DOE co-sponsored PSM briefing “Pump Systems Performance Impacts Multiple Bottom-Lines” Topics Included: Cost savings identified from pumping system assessments Why Energy Costs are rising The Solution is Energy Efficiency Pumping Systems Efficiency & Optimization Total Cost of Ownership Taking Advantage of the Opportunity Case Studies What You Can Do & Where To Go To Get Help Offered in December 2008 and January 2009, and will be offered on other occasions throughout 2009 with sponsors.
15 Audio-Web Management Briefing – 777 participants registered; 453 attended – Survey Results – (Strongly Agree & Agree) Overall this presentation met my expectations and I would recommend it to others. I have a better understanding of how pump system optimization can increase profitability. Based on this knowledge I intend to take action on this within my organization. Members of my organization could benefit from classroom-based courses on pumping system optimization and life cycle costing. Members from my organization would be interested in attending technical webinars on the topics discussed during this presentation. 92%87%83%74%73%
16 Lunch & Learns & Webinars: PSM & HI Series of webinars featuring summaries of 1- day course topics to encourage enrollments in 1- day course. Topics include: Variable Speed Drives Basic Pump Systems Assessment Guide (PSM/DOE) Life Cycle Costing Systems Optimization – How to start & How to overcome barriers Control Systems HI beginning a series of webinars in 2009, including: – Motors and Variable Speed Drives: Mar. 18 th / Apr. 15 th / May 15 th – Making Sense of the Slurry Pump Standard – Fundamentals of Positive Displacement Pumps
17 HI’s Growing Focus on Education HI’s Strategic Plan calls for the establishment of the Institute as a global authority on pumps and pumping systems, increasing user knowledge and utilization of HI products and services. PumpLearning.org allows HI to provide users with all HI’s educational materials and offerings in one place. On this website, you will find: – Both of HI’s premier e-Learning courses: Positive Displacement Pumps, just launched in February 2009 Rotodynamic (Centrifugal) Pumps, updated and re-packaged in Feb – Webinars: schedule and registration process – Relevant educational articles and white papers – Guidebooks and Standards: Cross-marketing with educational courses/events – Comprehensive listing of relevant pump meetings and events
18 Long-term Education/Certification Vision Significantly expand the availability of education and training for pump systems professionals to support DOE’s goal of reducing industrial energy intensity by 25% Create a certification program that includes skills for new “Green Jobs” in optimizing pumping systems for energy savings and pump systems efficiency Identify key engineering schools to collaborate and expand the knowledge base in graduate level mechanical engineering programs Build relationships with ABET-accredited mechanical engineering schools and work towards the inclusion of a comprehensive pumps & pumping systems curriculum at the graduate level
19 HI Vibration Committee Plans The use of variable speed driven pumps increased dramatically, and as a result there has been a corresponding increase in the incidence of resonance and vibration related issues. Techniques used to analyze pumps/motors to prevent resonance and vibration related issues have also advanced dramatically. Absence of industry standards/guidelines for determining RCF New HI Dynamics of Pumping Machinery planned to fill that need End users have urged HI to develop vibration acceptance criteria for vertical pump-motor structures based on measurements near the top of the motor for vertical pump-motor structures (e.g. Vibration acceptance criteria)
20 Reed Critical Frequency vs. Torque Case 1: 3600 CPM RCF stated (1650 to 2000 CPM actual) Case 2: Two motors quoted for same order by two manufacturers (3650 CPM RCF vs CPM RCF) Case 3: 3200 CPM RCF stated (2100 CPM actual)
21 Hydraulic Institute’s RCF Plan of Action Pump manufacturers need more accurate motor RCF information; actual RCF values vary greatly vs. stated values Present NEMA MG 1 requirements regarding determination of motor RCF provide a broad latitude to the motor OEMs, with no defined method to determine the RCF Improvements in motor design to increase efficiency have created taller thinner motors that are vulnerable to resonance problems, with no commensurate effort to avoid such problems Given the impact that HI's work has on NEMA's members, HI plans to develop solutions to address these issues working with the motor OEMs who are HI Associate members and members of the NEMA motor section
22 HI’s Associate Member Program Eligible to join HI: OEM suppliers to the pump industry: – Motor, Drive, Seal, Coupling, Instrumentation & Control & Software Associate members participate, with pump OEMs & EC firms in writing standards, guidelines & developing educational programs Significant networking opportunities with leading pump OEMs: – CEO Roundtable; Market Outlook Workshop; Three HI Meetings – Access to top engineers, marketing and executive management – Opportunity to become a sponsor of Pump Systems Matter Access to statistical, economic data and marketing leads: – World Pump Outlook Report; Subscription to Monthly Pump Bookings Report & Economic Reports – Economic updates at meetings with HI/ITR Economist – Exposure and leads from HI’s Supplier Finder, Pump OEMs & EC firms
23 Pump Systems Matter Sponsorship PSM is a new 501(c) 3 organization, with Board independent of HI – Pump/Motor OEMs; Utilities & NGOs ; DOE and other organizations All HI members are encouraged to become Pump Systems Matter sponsors. Fees based on sales of pumps, motors/drives, etc. Companies working together to create market awareness and new educational training programs focused on pumping systems optimization, life cycle costing and energy savings opportunities with a focus on systems efficiency Close working relationship with U.S. DOE, Utilities, Energy Efficiency NGOs, State Energy Offices, other energy efficiency organizations, etc.
24 Promote Energy Efficiency: NAM Agenda Energy efficiency upgrades provide the most immediate economic relief for industry and consumers by reducing costs through improvements of existing technologies and processes and should therefore be a high priority for policy makers working for an expedited economic recovery. NAM supports: Full funding of existing provisions that encourage the development of & investments in energy efficient equipment, buildings, vehicles & processes. Incentives and grants for energy efficiency upgrades for homes, including the weatherization program, commercial buildings, including the Net-Zero Energy Commercial Building Initiative, public buildings, schools, vehicles, and manufacturing processes, including systems and plant optimization for energy efficiency.
25 Promote Energy Efficiency: NAM Agenda Promoting Energy Efficiency, NAM supports: Investment in technology such as Combined Heat and Power systems, advanced ventilation and air conditioning systems, pump/motor systems assessments and optimization, and system-level building automation and control systems to improve efficiency. Programs, education, and training that are specifically designed for the industrial sector to achieve higher energy efficiency goals, including DOE’s Industrial Technologies Program. Fund partnerships, including private sector initiatives, and programs to support development of, and education and training to, industry competencies and skills standards.
26 NEMA, HI and Pump Systems Matter Work together to harmonize our approaches on public policy issues, particularly leveraging a “systems” approach. HI’s Gov’t. Affairs Committee chaired by Rob Boteler, Emerson, allowing easier/more efficient policy alignment & advocacy Pump Systems Matter is effectively working with DOE: Development and rollout of a common Pump System Energy Efficiency awareness and capabilities training. Co-market the PSM/DOE Energy Management webcasts Pump system tool development and DOE/PSM tool development coordination Field testing ANSI/ASME Pump System Assessment std. in end user facilities Moving the ANSI/ASME Pump System Assessment Standard into an ISO standard development process Collaboration opportunities for the Certified Practitioner program
27 For More Information? Robert K. Asdal Executive Director, Hydraulic Institute & Pump Systems Matter (973) x13