In just a few short months, the inaugural Process Heating & Cooling Show will open. If you haven’t already, now is the time to register and make plans to attend this event, which offers a unique focus on process heating and cooling during manufacturing processes. Rather than seeking out industrial thermal technologies at myriad other shows that are more broadly focuses on all types of equipment, the Process Heating & Cooling Show focuses on the essential equipment, components and supplies that are essential to transforming raw materials into your finished products.

I could fill this column explaining all of the features of this event. I could describe how lovely Chicagoland usually is in early June. I could call out many of the market-leading exhibitors who will be ready to work with you on our show floor.

Instead, I’m going to ask you a question: Can you — and your company — afford not to go?

In 2020, the industrial sector accounted for 36 percent of total U.S. end-use energy consumption, and 33 percent of total U.S. energy consumption.1 Moreover, within the industrial sector, manufacturing accounts for the largest share of annual industrial energy consumption.1

With rising energy costs, can you afford not to explore ways to improve energy efficiency in your plant?

The Process Heating & Cooling Show provides a unique opportunity to learn about industrial heating and cooling technologies that can help you improve energy efficiency, improve temperature stability in your process and save your company money.

Join me on June 15-16 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. I am so convinced you will walk away with valuable new insights that I’ll cover your registration fee.* Simply enter the discount code LINDA2022 when registering online at heatingcoolingshow.com.


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1. Use of energy explained, U.S. Energy Information Administration. https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/use-of-energy/industry.php

*Pre-event workshops and training are not included