Water System Sizing—Obtaining Optimum Efficiency

Presented on Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Having the highest quality products and materials will fail to provide an optimally functioning water system if they are not properly sized.  How can you, as a capable water well contractor or pump installer, anticipate usage, match demand and supply with compatible components, and satisfy your customers? You’ll learn how to effectively bring all the factors and components together to achieve your goal, in addition to employing reference tools like the water use calculator and the NGWA Pump Sizer.

David L. Kill
ITT, Shoreview, MN
David L. Kill received a B.S. in agricultural engineering from the University of Minnesota in 1965. He was employed by Fluid Systems Divisino UOP, Johnson Screens, and Recovery Equipment Supply. In 1996, he joined Goulds Pumps/ITT Industries and currently serves as its Regional Market Development Manager. Kill is a Registered Professional Engineer in civil engineering in Minnesota. He has been active in the water well industry since 1969, and has taught several continuing education programs for the National Ground Water Association and the University of Wisconsin among others.
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