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Manufacturer Webinars

Two of our manufacturers, Armada and Flint & Walling, are offering some solid webinars this winter that will help you get some serious technical support (with a live instructor who can answer questions & help with problems) from the comfort of wherever you happen to have an Internet connection on your computer or data on your smart phone. Here’s a list of the offerings:

ARMADA

ARMADA, the manufacturer of our wire tracking equipment and electrical meters, is offering quick, 30 minute webinars that they are calling ‘Find-It-Fix-It-Fridays.’ Here are the topics for the next month of Fridays:

Jan 16,11:30 am EST: Using a Wire Tracker to Find Irrigation Valves.

Jan 23, 11:30 am EST: Do I Need an Electrical Meter and What Kind?

Jan 30, 11:30 am EST: Using a Wire Tracker to Find Irrigation Valves.

Feb 6, 2015 11:30 am EST: Differences: Troubleshooting Multi-wire vs. 2-wire Irrigation Systems.

Feb 13, 11:30 am EST: Quick Checking a Conventional Irrigation System from the Controller/Clock

You can join by PC or smartphone: register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/7141635149947424514. You’ll need to download the GoToMeeting app if you would like to join by smartphone.

FLINT & WALLING

FLINT & WALLING is offering a series of pump training classes over the next two months, each of which will last about an hour. Here’s a schedule for their courses:

Tuesday, Feb 3, 10 am EST: Irrigation Pumps 101

Wednesday, Feb 11, 10 am EST: Flint & Walling’s City Water Booster Pump

Tuesday, Feb 17, 10 am EST: Flint & Walling’s new Variable Speed Control

Tuesday, Feb 24, 10 am EST: House of Resistance: A new, easier way to size irrigation pumps

Tuesday, Mar 3, 10 am EST: Construction of a Submersible Pump (Covers the basics of submersibles so you can understand how the parts fit together to get you the right flow and pressure for your system)

Friday, Mar 6: Flint & Walling’s Motors and Controls

Please send and email to cfetrow [at] flintandwalling [dot] com to sign up.

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