Join us in Rockford, IL, August 9th – 11th, for 3 full days of in-depth coverage of combustion safety and equipment. Our in-house Code Engineers and Burner Experts will follow your gas piping from the curb, through the facility and out the flue to provide you with a solid understanding of the 2015 Code requirements (NFPA 54, NFPA 56, NFPA 86), proper techniques for burner tuning, trouble-shooting techniques & testing methods to keep production on track. We will review NOx, emissions and recovery tactics along with live-fire demos in the lab!
If you are new to the industry, it will provide you with a crash course; if you are an industry veteran, it will bring you up to speed on current technologies and code, register today!
Complete Combustion Course Event Details
Dates: August 9th – 11th
Time: 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Rockford Training / Manufacturing Center
Address: 1665 Elmwood Dr. Rockford, IL 61103
The National Combustion Codes have recently changed, and you need to know how this may impact your operations! Join us for our FREE Webinar Wednesdays to discuss the latest in the NFPA and ASME Combustion Regulations.
All webinars will occur over 1-hour: 2:00PM – 3:00PM (EDT) and provide a Q&A Session with our presenting Code expert.
June 15th – ASME CSD-1 (Boilers up to 12.5mm BUT/hr)
June 29th – NFPA 86 (Furnaces and Ovens)
July 13th – NFPA 85 (Boilers > 12.5mm BTU/hr)
August 10th – NFPA 54 (National Fuel Gas Code)
Come to Cleveland, OH Sept. 14th – 15th, 2016 for in-depth coverage of combustion safety and equipment. Day one will provide a detailed review of the fundamentals of combustion and equipment operation, while day two moves beyond the basics and provides opportunities for the practical application of the knowledge using demonstration units, field examples and troubleshooting tips.
Don’t miss out on this event, register today! Combustion safety training and refresher training is an annual Code requirement for all that work with, around or supervise those that work with fuel-fired equipment.
Combustion Safety Workshop Event Details
Dates: September 14th – 15th, 2016
Time: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Location: Holiday Inn South Cleveland – Independence
Address: 6001 Rockside Road. Independence, OH 44131
Local Airport: Cleveland Hopkins International Airport
Honeywell announced it has completed its acquisition of the Elster division of Melrose Industries plc, a leading provider of thermal gas solutions for commercial, industrial, and residential heating systems and gas, water, and electricity meters, including smart meters and software and data analytics solutions. Elster also manufactures gas metering and pressure control devices, as well as total solutions for the gas transmission and distribution industry. The $5.1 billion deal was announced in July 2015.
“The acquisition of Elster adds outstanding technologies, strong well-recognized brands, energy efficiency know-how, and a global presence to the Honeywell portfolio,” said Honeywell Chairman and CEO Dave Cote. “We see Elster as a great opportunity to deploy HOS Gold to drive new growth and greater profitability in each of Elster’s businesses. This acquisition is expected to generate strong future returns for our shareowners, consistent with what you have come to expect from Honeywell.”
Elster’s gas heating and gas, water, and electricity metering businesses will be integrated with Honeywell’s Environmental & Energy Solutions business (E&ES), part of Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions. Elster’s upstream and midstream gas applications businesses will be integrated with Honeywell Process Solutions, within Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies.
The wallboard industry is being challenged to operate its combustion systems safely – due to aging equipment, personnel challenges and company capital expenditure policies…
Check out page 22 in the Global Gypsum Magazine online to read more about CEC’s presentation as well as others presented at the Global Gypsum Conference 2015!
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