The electrotechnologies seminar will consist of two full days of instruction. All attendees will attend general sessions on topics such as an electrotechnologies overview, working with your electrical utility, energy efficiency and a question-and-answer panel discussion. Following the general sessions, attendees can choose between two concurrent tracks:
Electrotechnologies for Drying, Curing and Finishing
Topics Include: infrared, ultraviolet, radio-frequency, microwave, electron beam, plasma and industrial heat pumps.
Electrotechnologies for Processing Metals
Topics include: induction melting, induction hardening, electrical resistance heating treating, electric arc melting, salt brazing, iso-thermal melting and vacuum carburizing.
This seminar will provide valuable information on a wide variety of process heating electrotechnologies. Those involved in production leadership, plant management, production engineering, energy managers, plant/facility engineers, maintenance supervisors and maintenance technicians will find this beneficial to their jobs.
Following a day of sessions, registrants can attend a tabletop exhibition and reception that offers attendees the opportunity to speak with company representatives and learn more about the products and services discussed in their classroom environment. A past attendee recalls, “I liked being able to learn more about the speakers and their companies during the tabletop exhibit. I was able to ask questions that I didn’t ask during class.”
For more details and to register visit, http://www.ihea.org/event/Electrotech13. The seminar and tabletop exhibit reception are sponsored by Duke Energy; Maxon, A Honeywell Co.; and Surface Combustion.