Orlando Baghouse Training

Orlando Baghouse Training

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Free Ticketshow details + $0.00 (USD)  
PD Hours - Ticketshow details + $99.00 (USD)  


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  • September 5, 2018
    7:30 am - 3:00 pm

Join us in Orlando September 5th, 2018

Registration is open until 8/25!

Disney

 

Facilitators

  • Steve OstanekPresident Neundorfer
  • Justin IsaacsEnvironmental Consultant

 

Join us in Orlando so that you can: 

  • Learn the fundamentals of baghouse design, operations, and maintenance
  • Learn the common misconceptions of baghouses
  • Learn how to use data to efficiently troubleshoot equipment issues
  • Learn best practices around equipment efficiency, troubleshooting, and maintenance planning
  • Learn inspections and maintenance best practices
  • Learn how additives or sorbent systems can be optimized to support continuous compliance without the unintended consequences on bag life

 

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
  • Full Baghouse 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.

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 407-934-1000

Venue Website:

Address:
2305 Hotel Plaza Blvd, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, 32830, United States

Description:
To reserve your room, please visit the DoubleTree Suites Disney Springs website!

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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 ...

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"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