Introduction to Hydraulic Institute Standards: 1-Part On-Demand Webinar

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Introduction to Hydraulic Institute Standards

Free 1-Part On-Demand Webinar


Peter Gaydon, Hydraulic Institute's Technical Director, provides an overview of HI’s Standards and Guidebook portfolio. Attendees will receive an introduction into how HI creates standards and guidelines, an overview of the numbering scheme used, and an introduction into the numerous standards and guidelines that are published by HI. If you have ever wondered what resources are available to support the pump industry, you should attend this webinar.

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Peter Gaydon

Director of Technical Affairs

Hydraulic Institute

Peter Gaydon is the Director of Technical Affairs at the Hydraulic Institute. Peter has technical responsibility for all standards, guidebooks, and program guides published by the Hydraulic Institute, as well as management of government affairs committees responsible for technically reviewing regulations related to pumps. He is currently a member of the Appliance Standards Federal Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ASRAC) working group for circulator pumps. Prior to joining HI, Peter held design, development, and test engineering positions with major pump manufacturers and holds a B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alfred.


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