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Louisville Precipitator O&M Training

Louisville Precipitator O&M Training

Price Qty*
Participant show details + $650.00 (USD)   Expired
  • Louisville Precipitator O&M Training
    June 7, 2017 - June 8, 2017
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Join us in Louisville, Kentucky June 7th and 8th!

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Facilitators

  • Steve Ostanek, President Neundorfer
  • Justin Isaacs, Environmental Consultant

The depth in which each topic is covered will depend upon the needs of the group in attendance. However, the general outcomes of the workshops are:

  • Learn precipitator fundamentals – and how they are playing out at your plant
  • How to use data to troubleshoot equipment performance
  • How to use the controls and feedback for best practices in operation
  • Inspections and maintenance best practices
  • Learn how to identify process variables that are impacting equipment performance – and what you can do to maintain consistent performance across varying conditions
  • Learn best practices around equipment efficiency, troubleshooting, and maintenance planning
  • Identify opportunities for enhanced performance and prioritized maintenance
  • Use your data to make cost-effective use of unplanned and planned outages
  • Learn how additives or sorbent systems can be optimized to support continuous compliance without the unintended consequences on other pollution control schemes or compromise fly ash sales
  • Learn best practices around equipment efficiency, troubleshooting, and maintenance planning

Agenda

  • Breakfast will be offered at 7am, with the sessions beginning at 7:30am
  • Sessions will run from 7:30am – 3:00pm each day
  • The session times include a full lunch

Location

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 1-502-562-0200

Address:
100 South Second Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 40202, United States

Description:
Visit the Courtyard Louisville Downtown webpage to book your room.    

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