Hydraulic Institute Names New Standards Partners

May 15, 2009

The Hydraulic Institute (HI) recently added three pump industry firms to HI’s roster of select Standards Partners. The new Standards Partner program provides an opportunity for engineering consultants and pump users to partner with HI members in the development of pump standards and educational efforts. 
New partners include:

Alden Research Laboratory (www.aldenlab.com).  Founded in 1894 and based in Holden, Mass., Alden is a recognized leader in the field of fluid dynamics research and development.
CDM (www.cdm.com).  CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm based in Cambridge, Mass.

John Anspach Consulting ([email protected]).  John Anspach Consulting provides engineering services related to pumping systems employed in water and wastewater treatment, industrial, power, irrigation and flood control pumping.
Participation in HI’s Standards Partner program is open to engineering consulting firms as well as end-users of pumps who add technical expertise to HI’s committees working with leading pump and supplier OEMs in writing standards and guidelines. 
Visit www.Pumps.org/Partners for more information on eligibility.
To search the list of Partners, visit HI’s Consultant’s Directory at http://www.Pumps.org/Consultants.

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