high-efficiency pump design

Over a pump’s lifecycle, energy consumption is the largest cost element. With increasing energy costs, an efficient pump is more critical than ever – for both new pump installations and existing units. Many pumps we install will run for over 30 years, so even a slight boost in efficiency can save thousands.

Join our webinar to learn more about how we can help maximize the efficiency of the pumps within your operation.

experts in efficiency

Trillium Flow Technologies™ has extensive history and experience in delivering industry-leading efficiencies. We use computational fluid dynamics modeling, internal tools, and our world-class test benches to prove efficiency increases.

Webinar Details

Our wide range of existing designs meets almost any required duty, though we also have the expertise to create custom solutions for maximum efficiency.

Using unique in-house software combined with centuries of experience, Trillium Flow Technologies™ takes time to understand our customers’ needs and can provide designs to save customers money over the pump’s lifecycle. We invite you to this webinar to learn how your pumps can be Performance Engineered to be more efficient and reduce your energy costs.


August 31st, 2023


Who Should Attend:

EPC Companies, End Users, Engineering and Projects Teams


The webinar is free to attend, simply register below.


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Our Speakers

Justin Chan
Project Engineer

Justin graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from California State University, Fresno, and has over 12 years of engineering experience. In October 2022, Justin obtained a Pump Systems and Operations Basics certificate from the Hydraulic Institute. Justin has Hydraulic Institute certifications in Pump Systems and Operations and is working towards his full PE licence.

Mattia Di Somma
Mechanical Application Engineer

Mattia graduated from the Università di Pisa with a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He has been with Trillium Flow Technologies for over seven years, starting with an internship before transitioning to a Project Engineer role and, most recently, an Application Engineer.

Top view of a Termomeccanica Pompe DP BB2 TYPE API 610 Centrifugal Pump manufactured by Trillium Flow Technologies