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New Dates Announced: A Practical Joint Approach to Boiler Tube Failure Prevention

New Dates: June 8, 9 and 10, 2021

We are all set and look forward to seeing you in Sedona next June.  This is one of our most sought after courses and seats will be limited.  Please contact us soon to lock in your spot.

We are excited to hold this seminar at the beautiful Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa.

See more about this incredible venue here: www.sedonarouge.com

Shoot us an email or call our global HQ at (502) 957-7525 to reserve your seat today.

Set in beautiful Sedona, AZ, this is the premier seminar covering boiler tube failure prevention.  This training seminar takes an in-depth look at failure mechanisms, root cause and metallurgical aspects and combines them into a joint approach to failure mitigation and prevention.  This seminar equips attendees with powerful knowledge that will help to increase efficiency and reduce forced outages.

Topics will include:

  • Types of Steam Generators
  • Repair Strategies
  • Application and Use of Boiler Steels
  • Outage Preparation, Planning and Execution
  • NDE Techniques
  • Inspection Procedures
  • Observations and Operational Factors Affecting Failures
  • Cycling Boilers & Associated Failures
  • Types of Failures
  • Abrasion
  • Corrosion Fatigue
  • Circumferential Cracking
  • Water side/Steam side failures
  • Flow Accelerated Corrosion (FAC)
  • Dissimilar Metal Welds (DMW) failures
  • Creep (LMP) analysis
  • Coal ash corrosion
  • Operational Upsets Relating to Ash Erosion, Creep, High Temperature and Sootblower Erosion
  • Quench Cracking from Water Lances and Water Cannons and Water Cleaning
  • Techniques for Development of a Water Chemistry Program
  • Strategy for Approaching Fuel & Burners
  • Fireside Furnace Corrosion
  • Boiler Cycle Chemistry
  • Scale and Water Side Contaminants
  • Identifying Deposit Constituents
  • And Much More!

Shoot us an email or call our global HQ at (502) 957-7525 to reserve your seat today.

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