Hydraulic Institute Announces New Partners
May 11, 2009
PARSIPPANY, NJ - The Hydraulic Institute (HI) has added three notable pump industry firms to its 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, CDM and John Anspach Consulting.
Founded in 1894 and based in Holden, MA, Alden Research Laboratory is the oldest continuously operating hydraulic laboratory in the United States and one of the oldest in the world. Alden is a recognized leader in the field of fluid dynamics research and development.
CDM is a consulting, engineering, construction and operations firm delivering exceptional service to public and private clients worldwide. CDM is based in Cambridge, MA, and has been providing innovative solutions to its clients since 1947.
John Anspach Consulting provides engineering services related to pumping systems employed in water and wastewater treatment, industrial, power, irrigation, and flood control pumping. The services include equipment selection studies, energy reduction studies, excessive wear and vibration trouble shooting, training, design, and specification reviews and pump testing.