Operating pumps outside of their best efficiency point is not only costly in terms of energy usage but can also impact uptime. While all pumps have one true efficiency point, many applications and processes require flexibility. To allow for the needed flexibility, Trillium Flow Technologies™ has designed solutions for changing duty points.

Join our webinar to learn how adapting duty point designs can ultimately help reduce energy costs and maximize uptime for your operation.


Trillium Flow Technologies™ are design experts and will personally work with you to find the best solution for your most challenging problems.

Webinar Details

In this webinar, we will address the specific challenges faced when duty conditions change, either by design or due to process condition changes. We’ll also provide relevant case studies that demonstrate a variety of solutions devised by our experienced team.

The pump experts at Trillium Flow Technologies™ will partner with you to determine how to best manage changing process conditions, be it via re-rates, pump throttling, a variable speed drive, rotor changes, or cartridge changes. We welcome you to register for this presentation to learn more about how to adapt your design to address the changing duty points for pumps.


December 20th, 2023


Who Should Attend:

EPC Companies, End Users, Engineering and Projects Teams


The webinar is free to attend, simply register below.


Limited space is available!
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Our Speakers

Barry Evans
Business Development Manager

Barry Evans serves as the Business Development Manager for Global Sales at Trillium Flow Technologies, a position he has held since January 2020. Based in Menstrie, Scotland, his role focuses on developing global aftermarket services in various sectors, leveraging his commercial and project management expertise. His educational background in Mechanical Engineering and professional development in leadership and sales enrich his contributions to Trillium’s growth and success.

Alessandro Nicchio
Aftermarket Engineering Manager

Alessandro has made significant contributions as the R&D and Aftermarket Engineering Manager at Trillium Flow Technology. A focus on research, development, and innovation in mechanical engineering distinguishes his career. Alessandro has a rich background in experimental research and product development. He holds a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering from Politecnico di Milano and an MBA from the University of Strathclyde, blending technical capabilities with business acumen to drive Trillium’s R&D initiatives forward.