As the world begins to return to some semblance of normalcy, Puck Enterprises has brought back its well-received Pump School sessions as in-person events. The company’s renowned Pump School once again welcomes applicators and pump operators to sign up for upcoming sessions. Those interested in finding out more information about Puck’s Pump School and dates on upcoming sessions are encouraged to visit Puck.com/News-Events/Pump-School/.
What Is Pump School?
For the uninitiated, Puck’s Pump School is a free educational seminar on the ins and outs of working with Puck equipment that aims to help applicators and pump operators become more capable and efficient, maximizing their profit potential. This program is lead by Puck’s knowledgeable experts that have years of firsthand experience in the industry.
The Pump School’s sessions are separated into two classes. The first class teaches dragline fundamentals. It’s an introductory class covering dragline team roles, job responsibilities, safety practices, and equipment used for liquid slurry application. Pump School’s second course is focused on the management of pumps, crews, and the overall operation.
Puck can do a tailored consultation of the Pump School coursework, customized to focus on your needs, whether that is personalized business consultation and planning, private group classes, or one-on-one sessions. Puck is here to help push the industry forward!
What Does Pump School Teach Applicators and Pump Operators?
Pump School teaches attendees a wide range of important topics about liquid transfer and dragline application, but the main focuses of the courses really touch on the following:
- Best application processes
- Roles and responsibilities
- Equipment familiarization
- Pump cavitation
- Friction loss
- Pump curves
See How Customers Benefited From The Pump School Experience
Puck Customer Brian Frost of Frosty’s Dragline had this to say about his experience, “Pump school taught us a lot—a lot on safety, what to do, and what not to do. Every time I’ve gone, I learned something new. Being able to talk to the newer pumpers there, just learning from them and the different Puck employees from anywhere on the production to the pumping side, they’re all there to help support you.”
Watch Frost’s Full Pump School Testimonial
Explore the takeaways from other Pump School attendees by going to Puck.com/About-Us/Testimonials.