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Industrial Heating Seminar is Sept. 24-25

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The event includes seminars on combustion, safety standards and codes, and process heating.

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The Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) Fall Seminar Series will be Sept. 24-25 in Cleveland, Ohio. The event includes seminars on combustion, safety standards and codes, and process heating.

Attendees from all three seminars gain access to IHEA’s tabletop exhibition and reception on Tuesday, Sept. 24, for additional one-on-one interaction with suppliers from across the processing industry. The sessions for the combustion and the safety standards and codes seminars will be at the InterContinental Hotel Cleveland; while attendees for the process heating seminar will be transported from the InterContinental Hotel to the seminar at Selas Heat Technology, where they will receive classroom training and demonstrations of the different technologies.

The combustion seminar is two full days, featuring 16 sessions designed to give complete exposure to combustion technology, led by industry professionals in a noncommercial environment. The safety standards and codes seminar also follows the two-day format and includes a comprehensive review of the NFPA 86 standard. This class consists of several instructors who are heavily involved with the new 2019 revision of NFPA 86 ‘Standards for Ovens and Furnaces,’ and will include discussion of the recent updates. The agenda also addresses several critical safety topics.

New this year is a one-day process heating seminar that will be held at IHEA member company Selas Heat Technology. There will be classroom instruction as well as live demonstrations and a facility tour. Attendees will receive basic knowledge of infrared and induction technologies and exposure to the many industrial applications that use these heating processes. There will also be a tour of Selas Heat Technology with demonstrations of various process heating equipment in operation.

In addition to the tabletop exhibition featuring a variety of products and services for the heat processing industry, there will be a networking reception with hors d'oeuvres and drinks that will allow attendees to meet with speakers, exhibitors and other attendees to further discuss the concepts learned during the seminars.

Visit ihea.org/page/Fall19

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