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Training: Empowering Steam Best Practices with Armstrong and Cleaver-Brooks

Knowledge is power. An in-depth understanding of the generation, distribution and recovery of steam and condensate -- including proven ways to improve UPTIME, reduce ENERGY, reduce EMISSIONS, and improve SAFETY while demonstrating how steam saving improvements can enhance the bottom line; providing PAYBACK and CASH FLOW for your business.

The two- day interactive training program at Armstrong University in Three Rivers, Michigan will be specifically geared towards mechanical, facility and energy engineers, plant supervisors, maintenance chiefs and lead boiler operators.

    Dates of classes:
        September 13th and 14th
        November 1st and 2nd
    Class is from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST for both days
    Each student will earn 1. 8 Professional Continuing Education Units
    Tuition per student is $695

• Thermodynamic and combustion principles • Boiler and burner designs and construction • Retrofitting a new burner to an old boiler • Combustion analysis and emissions
• Identifying the best boiler type for you • The importance of proper boiler sizing to load • Retrofit or replace my boiler(s)? • The evolution of boilers and controls • Safe, Reliable and Efficient Boiler Rooms
• Essentials • Steam piping and a safe and reliable system • Proper steam trapping for every application • Identifying a proper steam metering device • Achieving consistent quality steam
• Major robbers and remedies of effective heat transfer • Process equipment for reliable and efficient service
•Effective condensate piping for optimum long-lasting performance •Multiple system pressures •Propelling condensate for optimum return •Essentials of condensate return systems
•Flash Steam = Optimum Return on Investment •Venting Steam •Insulating condensate lines •Managing steam traps efficiently
•Fuel = Cash •Wealth back to Business •Justifying steam system expenses •Making CENT$ of investing in energy related upgrades

Contact and registration: Lori Masnari, 269-279-3364 or via email.

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