This advanced class offers the foundation for combining boiler and steam principles which translates into improvements for your business tied specifically to generation, consumption, return and financial payback.
Armstrong International, provider of steam, air and hot water systems and boiler manufacturer Cleaver-Brooks have teamed up in an educational initiative to share over 200 years of combined industrial steam and boiler experience to help with energy-saving initiatives. This advanced class offers the foundation for combining boiler and steam principles, which translate into improvements for your business, tied specifically to generation, consumption, return and financial payback.
The two-day interactive training program is specifically geared towards mechanical, facility and energy engineers, plant supervisors, maintenance chiefs and lead boiler operators. Tuition is $695 per student.
The class will be held October 29-30, 2013, from 8 am to 5 pm EST at Armstrong University, Three Rivers, MI.
Each student will earn 1.5 professional continuing education units.
To register or, if you have further questions, contact Lori Masnari at 269-279-3364; email@example.com