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Baghouse Training

Our Baghouse workshops are focused on providing you with the information that you need to effectively, and efficiently, operate and maintain your baghouses.  This interactive, 1-day training will build confidence in your knowledge, and provide you with practical ideas to implement when you get back to the plant.  You will learn strategies to improve your operations, lengthen baglife, and plan for outages and start-ups.  You will leave with a better idea of where the potential is to save money, increase baglife, or optimize operations.


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Often, the answers are in the data.

We take the time to understand your situation, challenges, and objectives so that we can tailor the workshops to best meet each attendee’s needs.  So bring your data, or send it to us ahead of time!

You will learn how the baghouse is influenced by injection systems, fuel changes, and process conditions.  Attend one of our upcoming sessions to gain the knowledge you need, in a way that lets you apply it to the challenges you are facing!

Who

Ideal for anyone in the plant system responsible for the operations, maintenance, or performance of the baghouse.

Take Away

Gain the knowledge you need to apply to your current challenges and objectives.

Upcoming Sessions

Mar

14

Nashville Baghouse Training

Nashville, TN - DoubleTree - Nashville Downtown

Jul

31

Tampa Bay Baghouse Training

Madeira Beach, FL - Courtyard - St. Petersburg Clearwater/Madeira Beach

Sep

5

Orlando Baghouse Training

Lake Buena Vista, FL - DoubleTree Suites Disney Springs

Nov

7

Madison Baghouse Training

Madison, WI - Hilton Madison Monona Terrace

Optimizing SO3 Systems in Multiple-Unit Plants

Duke Energy Beckjord: SO3

Installing separate SO3 flue gas conditioning systems on two units at Duke Energy's Beckjord Power Plant fixed ongoing struggles to maintain acceptable stack emission levels. Neundorfer provided one of the SO3 systems, and helped Duke Energy save mon ...

Read the White Paper

"The greatest benefit is that we can now prevent emissions from ever exceeding established opacity limits, and it does not require our round-the-clock attention."

Alan Burck

Plant Engineer, Duke Energy Beckjord Station

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