VERTICAL PUMPS: NOT ALL APPLICATIONS ARE THE SAME
Vertical pumps are used across markets and applications to overcome some of the limitations linked with more conventional horizontal pumps.
Join this webinar to learn how we use our technology to solve for problems such as space constraints, low suction pressures, or extremely low temperature applications.
OUR VERTICAL PUMP RANGE
Our extensive range of vertical pumps covers various applications across several key markets. From small OH type vertical pumps for booster or transfer applications to larger API VS type vertical pumps, and even concrete volute pumps, which can move over 80,000 m3/hr.
Trillium Flow Technologies offers one of the most comprehensive vertical pump ranges in the world. Join this webinar to learn how our customers use our vertical pump range, for solutions across municipal, water, oil and gas, LNG terminals, reverse osmosis, and sea water lift operations, and more.
August, 31st 2022
Who Should Attend:
EPC Companies, End Users, Engineering and Projects teams working within the Oil & Gas, Water Transmission/Distribution, Desalination, and Power Generation sectors.
The webinar is free to attend, simply register below.
Attendees will also receive a certificate of completion equal to 0.1 professional development credit.
Limited space is available!
RSVP today by completing the form below.
Luca has a Bachelors and Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering, from Università di Pavia, and Politecnico di Milano, respectively. He Joined Trillium Flow Technologies in 2009 as an R&D engineer, now Luca serves as a hydraulic engineer in our facility in Nova Milanese, Italy.
Andrea Di Mella
Vertical Pumps Production Manager
Andrea graduated with a Bachelors and Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from Università di Pisa. He Joined Trillium Flow Technologies in 2011 as Project Engineer and in the last three years as Vertical Pumps Design head, in our facility in La Spezia, Italy.
Director of Engineering
Dan has 16 years of experience with Trillium in Fresno, CA and is currently the Director of Engineering for Trillium Flow Technologies. He holds a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from UC Davis and is a Licensed Professional Engineer.