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Bürkert offer free two-day steam training course

08 October 2014

The next session of steam training for 2014 is being held on Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th November 2014.

In addition to an outstanding, proven technical seminar, enjoy Bürkert hospitality with delicious lunches and a Bürkert goodie bag. This is a great networking event which attracts consultants and end users associated with steam applications.
 
The two-day course provides theory based learning, backed up with practical applications, for a hands-on approach. Bürkert uses examples and case study materials throughout the courses to highlight typical applications.

The course will cover the following topics amongst many other subjects:
 
  • Steam fundamentals
  • Steam as a heat transfer media
  • Heat exchange applications
  • Steam piping and condensate loop design
  • Best practices for new and legacy systems 
  • Saving steam and green initiatives
  • Communications protocols
  • Control valve selection and comparison
  • Steam control loops
  • Steam solutions & safety considerations
  • Steam FAQ & troubleshooting
  • Steam sampling systems; pure or culinary steam

One of the reasons we decided not to charge for training is that it removes a barrier to people attending. Delegates' expectations are more than surpassed after each course.
 
For further details contact Helen Christopher, Marketing Manager, either by email helen.christopher@burkert.com or by phone +44 (0)1285 648720.


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