news-section-banner

Atlanta Precipitator Basics

Atlanta Precipitator Basics

Price Qty*
Free Ticket show details + $0.00 (USD)  
PD Hours - Ticket show details + $99.00 (USD)  

  • June 27, 2018
    7:30 am - 3:00 pm

Join us in Atlanta, GA on June 27th, 2018!

Registration is open through Thursday, June 21st!

Atlanta

Facilitators

  • Steve OstanekPresident Neundorfer
  • Justin IsaacsEnvironmental Consultant

Join us in Atlanta so that you can:

  • Learn the fundamentals of precipitator design, operations, and maintenance – and how they are influencing equipment performance at your plant
  • Learn how to use data to troubleshoot equipment performance efficiently
  • Learn how to use your controls and feedback for operational best practices
  • Learn general inspections and maintenance best practices

Agenda

  • Breakfast will be offered at 7:30am, with the sessions beginning at 8:00am
  • The training will conclude at 3:00pm each day
  • The session times include a full lunch
  • Precipitator Basics Training Agenda

Cost

For 2018, we eliminated the cost of these trainings in an effort to eliminate a potential barrier to attendance!  We still limit our workshops to 15 people so that we can focus on your equipment-specific needs.

Location

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 404-233-5656

Address:
3398 Piedmont Rd., Atlanta, Georgia, 30305, United States

Description:
Please visit the Hampton Inn Buckhead website to reserve your room!

Go Back

Keys to Sustained Performance Improvements

Midwestern Utility Precipitator Upgrade

A Midwestern utility had a problem: precipitator performance was sub-par, resulting in reduced power generation and undesirable opacity levels. Called in as a consultant, Neundorfer helped the utility identify causes and fix the problem through inter ...

Read the White Paper

"Neundorfer was able to apply its expertise to optimize precipitator performance as well as improve monitoring and reporting capabilities. The utility has benefited with higher efficiencies and lower emissions at less cost."

Midwestern

Coal-Fired Power Plant