Grundfos “Pumps on Tour” kicks off its 55-city expedition
The fully equipped mobile education vehicle will offer the contractor and engineer practical information and hands-on training in the latest technologies for residential and commercial pumps from Grundfos.
The 2011 Grundfos “Pumps on Tour” will be traveling to over 55 locations in the United States and Canada. The fully-equipped mobile education center, designed for the residential, commercial and industrial pumping industry, offers contractors and engineers the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on training using interactive pump displays.
The 1,200-square-foot vehicle includes a mini-theater for viewing training videos and presentations, as well as a series of interactive, working displays of a wide selection of residential, and commercial pump solutions from Grundfos.
- Increase Your Knowledge – Improve your pump knowledge and application through interactive, hands-on displays.
- See New Technologies – Stay in touch with the latest in pump technology including the ALPHA, MAGNA, CR-H, SMART Dosing and many others.
- Exchange Ideas – Connect with colleagues and peers, exchanging ideas and thoughts on many of the newest innovation in the industry today.
The tour kicked off April 5th in Fort Lauderdale, FL and will make multiple stops throughout the Southern half of the United Sates before traveling to Canada in late May. For more information on the tour, as well as an updated list of tour events and how to register, please visit www.pumpsontour.com.
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