Registration Now Open for Webinar on Next-Generation Portable Bypass Pumping Systems

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Treatment Plant Operator is teaming up with Xylem Inc. to present a webinar Wednesday, May 20, at 11 a.m. (EST) on the topic of Next-Generation Portable Bypass Pumping Systems. To register for the event, click here.

Experts at Xylem will talk about the current state of the industry with regards to portable bypass pumping systems, sharing case studies from a wide range of projects that spotlight how smart, reliable systems can better meet specific flow and head conditions in even the most restricted locations.

After the webinar, a question-and-answer session will take place, allowing attendees to communicate with presenters and get details on their insights.

Webinar panelists

The panelists for the webinar include training coordinator Pete Snow, sales engineer Nate Warren, North American distribution and product manager Stan Rockovich, and Western Region application engineer Jon Craig.

Snow is based in Bridgeport, New Jersey, and is a training coordinator with a 25-year career as a corporate trainer, first with Godwin Pumps of America, Inc. and after 2010, with Xylem, Inc. He has instructed employees, distributors and customers both domestically and around the world about the Godwin Dri-Prime pump, basic pump hydraulics and portable pump system design.

Warren joined Godwin Pumps of America in March of 2003 as a Sales Engineer. In 2010, Xylem purchased Godwin and Nate was appointed branch manager. In 2015, and after spending a few years in management, he decided to take on the challenge of growing the Los Angeles Metro area for Xylem and transitioned into a senior sales engineer position. In this role Warren has designed and developed some of the largest and most complex bypass pumping systems in Los Angeles.

Rockovich has worked at Xylem for over 19 years, including the last nine as the national distribution manager for Flygt. He started his career as a project engineer in the chemical industry designing and managing various pump related projects. He joined Xylem in 2001 and continued his career in the pump industry by designing and implementing several large bypass projects throughout the country using both the Godwin and Flygt technologies.

Craig joined Xylem at the start of 2018 as a dewatering application engineer based out of Helena, Montana. He supports the sales team with technical pump setup, operation and controls solutions for both municipalities and construction. Before Xylem, Craig worked in the construction and mining industry as a project engineer, and has worked in the construction and industrial sector for the last 10 years.

Webinar registration is available online at httpsebina://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6620524954304517644.



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