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During 2011, Neundorfer will present a variety of interactive workshops and seminars on topics relevant to the paper mill, power utility and industrial plant industries. Our schedule of learning events is listed below.

Schedule, content and pricing subject to change. To find out more about our Learning Center events, please get in touch: (440) 942-8990, solutions@neundorfer.com
 
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Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) Fundamentals and Performance Optimization


This two-day, interactive workshop is designed to help paper mills reduce energy consumption, comply with pollution regulations, and run more profitable businesses through best practices for electrostatic precipitator troubleshooting, operation and maintenance. 
 



Pulp paper mills


Who:

Plant-level personnel who operate, maintain and troubleshoot electrostatic precipitators (ESPs)

When and Where:


How Much:

$750 per person (registration, learning materials, meals)

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 12

 
 


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Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) Fundamentals


This two-day, interactive workshop is designed to help paper mills and alternative fuel-burning plants reduce energy consumption, comply with pollution regulations, and run more profitable businesses through best practices for electrostatic precipitator troubleshooting, operation and maintenance. 
 



Pulp paper mills and alternative-fuel burning plants


Who:
Plant-level personnel who operate, maintain and troubleshoot electrostatic precipitators (ESPs)

When and Where:


How Much:
$750 per person (registration, learning materials, meals)

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 12


 
 
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Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) Fundamentals


This two-day, interactive workshop is focused on electrostatic precipitator theory, along with best practices for operation, troubleshooting and maintenance. Participants will learn how to recognize, explain and offer methods for remedying common ESP performance issues, using information and resources on hand.

Sessions run 8:00am-3:00pm each day, with full breakfast and Q&A time from 7:00am-8:00am each morning. The workshop is structured using a mixture of presentation, discussions and case studies.

 


Power utilities and industrial plants


Who:
Plant-level personnel who operate, maintain and troubleshoot electrostatic precipitators (ESPs).

When and Where:


How Much:
$750 (registration, learning materials, meals)

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 12

 
 
 
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Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) and Baghouse (Fabric Filter) Fundamentals


This three-day, interactive learning event is focused on electrostatic precipitator and baghouse (fabric filter) theory, along with best practices for operation, troubleshooting and maintenance. Participants will learn how to recognize, explain and offer methods for remedying common ESP and baghouse performance issues, using information and resources on hand.

Sessions run 8:00am-3:00pm each day, with full breakfast and Q&A time from 7:00am-8:00am each morning. The precipitator workshop is the first two days, and the baghouse workshop is the third day. You have the option to attend both or either. These workshops are structured using a mixture of presentation, discussions and case studies.


 

Power utilities and industrial plants


Who:

Plant-level personnel who operate, maintain and troubleshoot electrostatic precipitators (ESPs) or baghouses

When and Where:


How Much:
$750 for ESP 2-day, $375 for baghouse 1-day, $900 for both (registration, learning materials, meals)  

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 18


 
 
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Precipatator Optimization System (POS) Lab Workshop

This lab-format workshop is designed to familiarize current and future POS and SmartAsh users with the software. Attendees get practical, hands-on experience using a simulator.

 



Power utilities and industrial plants


Who:
All POS and SmartAsh users, or anyone interested in learning about capabilities of these systems 

When and Where:


How Much:
$300 (registration, learning materials, meals). 10% off Labs and PUG registration if attend both (total package: $1,530)

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

 
 

 
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Precipitator Users Group   

Precipitator Users' Group (PUG) is an interactive learning event for engineers, technicians, process owners and plant-level personnel whose jobs depend on knowing how to operate, maintain and troubleshoot electrostatic precipitators (ESPs).

PUG is a practical, hands-on learning experience that results in immediate payoff when you return to your plant. You'll spend the first half of the workshop learning about precipitator system technologies and maintenance and trouble-shooting techniques. Then, you will be assigned to a team with other attendees and given a real-world case study about a sub-performing precipitator. Your team will apply the troubleshooting techniques learned during the first part of the workshop to diagnose problems with the precipitator and create an outage plan to improve performance.  

 


Power utilities and industrial plants


Who:

Engineers, technicians, process owners and plant-level personnel who operate, maintain and troubleshoot ESPs 

When and Where:


How Much:

$1,400 (registration, materials, meals, evening events). 10% off Labs and PUG if attend both (total package: $1,530

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 14

 
 
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Fuel Flexibility, Load Agility and Compliance for Business Sustainability

This special learning event is a practical forum geared toward plant owners and managers who are exploring fuel strategies, operational strategies, and environmental compliance options. A panel of experts from Neundorfer, Storm Inc., United Dynamics Corp. and David N. French Metallurgists will lead discussions focused on tying fuel, combustion and environmental considerations into regulatory compliance.

Power utilities


Who:

Plant managers, operations managers, asset managers, fuels managers, system owners, engineering managers

When and Where:


How Much:

$1,250 per person. 10% discount ($1,125 each) for two or more from same organization

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 12

 
 


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Inter-Relationships of Combustion, Efficiency, Reliability and Air Pollution Control

During this special learning event, Stephen Storm (Alliance Team Manager) and experts from United Dynamics Corp., David N. French Metallurgists, Neundorfer, Inc., and Storm Technologies, Inc. will lead discussions focused on the inter-relationships between combustion, efficiency, reliability and air pollution control for coal-fired electric utilities.

Coal-fired electric utilities


Who:

Plant owners and managers who are exploring fuel strategies, operational strategies, and environmental compliance options.

When and Where:


How Much:

$1,200 per person. $200 discount if register before April 1st. 15% discount for group of 5-9. 25% discount for groups of 10+. Includes learning materials and meals (breakfast and lunch each day).

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 18

 
 


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Process Improvement Through Air Flow Optimization

This special learning event is a practical forum geared toward managers at plants that transitioned (or are transitioning) from base-load to swing-load operation. These plants have experienced challenges with combustion, heat rate, and emissions. Attendees will learn about possibilities that exist for mitigating those challenges through air flow optimization and other improvement opportunities. 

Power utilities and industrial plants


Who:

System owners and managers from engineering, operations and maintenance

When and Where:


How Much:

$1,250 per person. 10% discount ($1,125 each) for two or more from same organization

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 12

 
 


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Facilitating a Team Approach to Planning for Regulatory Compliance

This learning event is a practical forum geared toward managers at power utilities and industrial plants who are exploring options for environmental regulation compliance. Attendees will learn best practices for creating plans by getting the right people together, with the right information, and asking the right questions. 

Planning for the future of electrical utility facilities and industrial plants sometimes feels impossible when there are so many moving-target variables to consider. We believe that a team approach to planning, using a foundation of linked baseline data and a clear set of goals, makes it possible to develop and implement the best solution for the current situation.

During this workshop, a panel of experts from Neundorfer, Storm Inc., United Dynamics Corp. and David N. French Metallurgists will present sessions and lead small group exercises. You'll take away techniques and questions for planning, evaluating and implementing proposed regulatory compliance solutions. These tools will help you make the best possible decisions through more effective conversations with internal and external stakeholders.


Power utilities and industrial plants


Who:
Plant system owners and managers from engineering, operations and environmental  

When and Where:


How Much:
$1,250 per person. 10% discount ($1,125 each) for two or more from same organization

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Up to 12

 
  
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Webinar
MACT Compliance: You Might Be Closer Than You Think

During this free half-hour webinar, the second in a two-part series presented by Neundorfer and alliance partners, a panel of industry experts share insights and successes learned from helping industrial plant and power utility customers with MACT compliance projects.  

Power utilities and industrial plants


Who:
 
Managers at power utilities and heavy industry plants who are responsible for regulatory compliance decisions, and consultants who are working with them on complementary projects.   

When and Where: 
Online.
 

How Much:
Free!

Register: 
Sign up here.

 

 
 
 
 
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Customized Workshops

We identify your training needs, and design workshops that are an investment in practical knowledge you can use to improve energy efficiency and reduce pollution at your plant. Start by completing a training needs worksheet.

 

All customers: paper mills, cement plants, power utilities, industrial plants


Who:
 
Varies depending on your needs  

When and Where:

  • You set the date. Held at your plant or Neundorfer's training facility in Willoughby, Ohio. 


How Much:

Ask us about pricing, and reduced rates when you host a regional workshop.

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Varies

 
  
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Host a Regional Workshop at Your Plant

We identify your training needs and those of nearby plants, then design workshops focused on practical knowledge that can be used in real life to improve energy efficiency and reduce pollution. Start the process of hosting a regional workshop by completing a training needs worksheet.
 

All customers: paper mills, cement plants, power utilities, industrial plants


Who:
 
Varies depending on your needs  

When and Where:

  • You set the date. Held at your plant.  


How Much:
Ask us about pricing.

Register: 
Contact Maggie Zeller,
maggiez@neundorfer.com,
(440) 942-8990

Continuing Education Credits: 
Varies