Among the three biggest business challenges facing industrial steam users are a dedication to improving capital, a lack of qualified steam workforce and aging infrastructure, says one boiler manufacturer. Steam as a service is a turnkey approach that will allow processors to focus on their core businesses while having an on-site partnership design, build, operate, maintain and continuously optimize steam generation.
In a one-hour rebroadcast of “Steam-as-a-Service: How Outsourcing Steam Generation Benefits Facilities,” this webinar hosted by Process Heating explains how the approach can help companies update aging steam infrastructure that is operating beyond its optimal lifespan. During the webinar, Arne Irwin of Miura will describe how moving steam generation from an in-house function to an outsourcing model can provide on-going steam system design, build, management, maintenance and continuous improvement for a predictable monthly cost.
Offered through Process Heating’s Thermal Center for Continuing Education, the one-hour webinar on March 23 at 2 pm EST will allow participants to earn 1 PDH; 1 AIA LU/Elective; or 0.1 IACET CEU. Register for the webinar here.