Industrial facilities that are generating steam in the United States face challenges, including a focus on improving capital, a lack of qualified steam workforce, and aging infrastructure.
Steam-as-a-Service, a collaborative service developed by Miura America, Armstrong International and Hartford Steam Boiler (HSB), was created to address these challenges.
In a one-hour webinar presentation, hosted by Process Heating, Arne Irwin explains how steam-as-a-service can meet facilities’ steam generation needs. Attendees can learn how moving steam generation from an in-house to outsourcing model provides design, build, management, maintenance and continuous improvement for a predictable monthly cost.
In addition, those who complete the course, including a quiz, can earn 1 PDH; 1 RETA PDH; 1 AIA LU/Elective; and 0.1 IACET CEU.
The on-demand course, part of the Thermal Process Continuing Education Center developed by the Thermal Group brands of BNP Media, can be found here.