With NFPA Webinars,
NFPA members can view valuable LIVE
presentations and interact with experts in various fields, all
without leaving the office. All you need to participate is a
web-enabled computer, a telephone and 60 minutes of your
time. But that's not all:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Held October 24, 2012
Increasing Margins Through a More Strategic Approach to Pricing
Using new, more accurate methods to measure flow rating and improve pneumatic component and system performance
Presenter: Dave Lienert, Strategic Pricing Associates
Dave Lienert of Strategic Pricing
Associates discusses the benefits, and some of the methods, of moving from
undisciplined and reactive pricing practices to an analytical approach that
maximizes margins based on customer market size and price sensitivity. His
presentation also addresses practical matters of how this approach benefits
your sales force.
This webinar was brought to you as a member
service resulting from discussion at a meeting of the NFPA Distributor
Presenter: Jim Chappelow, Institute for Trend Research (ITR)
NFPA’s Economic Update webinars help members gain critical insight
into the economic risks and opportunities facing their organization.
Mr. Chappelow provides insights into the latest economic developments
future trends for the U.S. and global economy and its effects on the fluid
power industry. This valuable webinar presentation investigates the
current and future state of the U.S. and global economy, the short term
outlook for the fluid power industry, and what to expect from a number of
our industry’s most popular customer markets. Get the answers to these questions and more!
All you need is a computer with an internet connection and a phone! All
NFPA members can attend, so feel free to forward this to others in your
If you have any questions, please contact
Armstrong, (414) 778-3372.
Learn how to use standards to design and build better fluid power systems. The National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) will present a series of Webinars that will focus on key issues facing the fluid power industry today:
These Webinars will be presented by leading experts in standards that can help you apply fluid power more effectively and efficiently. Each 60-minute presentation will include at least 15 minutes of questions and answers; here is your chance to talk with the people who know these important standards best. Please join us.
Held, November 13, 2013
Using ISO standards to improve hydraulic system contamination control
Learn how to make your hydraulic system cleaner and more reliable.
Presenter: Leonard Bensch, consultant for Pall Corp.
Contamination in hydraulic system fluids is generally recognized as the single most important factor in reducing equipment reliability and operating efficiency due to wear. Nearly every system incorporates filters with the intent to control the contamination; however, in many instances, little thought and, certainly, little science goes into the proper selection and application of filters.
This webinar includes a brief discussion of contamination types and sources and the damage contamination causes to hydraulic components. It also describes various ISO standards for measuring and reporting contamination levels and for evaluating all aspects of hydraulic filter performance. It emphasizes the steps necessary to determine the required cleanliness level (RCL) for a hydraulic system and the selection and application of filters to maintain that cleanliness.
Held September 18, 2013
How to use standardized reliability data to design more reliable pneumatic systems (ISO 19973 series)
Learn how manufacturers of pneumatic valves, cylinders, pressure regulators and accessories can measure the reliability of their products and share that information with their customers in a meaningful way.
Presenter: John Berninger, Parker Hannifin Corp. (retired)
Machine builders who sell their product in Europe need to comply with European standards for the safety-related parts of control systems, which include pneumatic valves. Also, many machine builders are also interested in benchmarking and improving the reliability of their products by knowing the reliability of components.
For more information contact Eric Armstrong, (414) 778-3372