All industries that work with steam must operate efficiently and safely while complying with all strict government regulations and industry standards. Maintaining optimal performance not only reduces the risk of potential downtime but also improves production quality.
Endress+Hauser is proud to present an upcoming Steam Seminar on July 28th, featuring a full schedule of industry experts addressing best practices for maintaining a reliable and profitable steam-based operation. The day-long event will be held at our facility in Greenwood, IN:
2350 Endress Place
Greenwood, Indiana 46143
Thursday, July 28, 2016
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Valuable Information from the Experts
Leading authorities in the steam industry will speak to seminar attendees about a range of steam-driven applications, providing essential information for field professionals including technicians, engineers, designers, project managers, contractors, boiler operators, maintenance staff, and estimators. Featured speakers include:
- Nathan Hedrick from Endress+Hauser — Hendrick will cover key performance indicators (KPIs) and best practices for boiler/steam systems, discussing the most recent advances in technology for steam metering, diagnostics, and monitoring.
- Thomas M. McDonnell from Rockwell Automation — This lecture will cover boiler performance improvement, specifically providing information regarding combustion control, burner management systems, emergency shutdown procedures, and ancillary equipment.
- Wendell Pipkin from Cleaver Brooks — Pipkin will advise attendees on how to reduce overall operational costs with the latest energy saving initiatives, including advances in thermodynamic and combustion technologies.
- Larry Dickerson from Armstrong International — All-encompassing steam and condensate management programs produce many industry benefits. In this presentation, attendees will learn how to manage energy by monitoring steam and condensate return systems.
- Terence Vacanti from Arise Inc. — Jurisdictional inspections are integral to those seeking operating certificates and AMSE certification. This seminar will focus on inspection frequency, safety devices and controls, and both internal and external inspections.