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Swagelok Albany | Connecticut | Vermont | Westchester

Your Authorized Swagelok Sales and Service Center

Steam Training

Join Swagelok for a Valuable One-Day Course on Steam Basics

Presented by Swagelok Albany | Connecticut | Vermont | Westchester

November 7, 2017
Queensbury Hotel and Conference Center
88 Ridge Street
Glens Falls, New York 12801

We invite you to join Swagelok for Steam Basics 1 – a thorough one-day overview of the properties of steam and steam systems. Attendees will be introduced to critical areas of steam system management, including steam cost calculations, flash steam, steam traps, and water hammer. Other topics include steam fundamentals, steam quality, steam system components, flash steam recovery, and safety. You will work in small groups and accomplish key tasks relating to steam systems.

COURSE FEE: $550: includes textbook, training materials, lunch, and refreshments.

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Who Should Attend

  • Mechanical engineer
  • Production manager
  • Design engineer
  • Production engineer
  • Maintenance manager
  • Energy engineer
  • Maintenance supervisor
  • Power plant manager
  • Pipe fitter
  • Utilities supervisor
  • Maintenance technician
  • Project manager

Taught by Steam Expert Kelly Paffel

Kelly Paffel is a recognized world-wide authority on steam and condensate systems. His technical knowledge and down-to earth style of lecturing have helped program attendees to grasp difficult topics related to steam and energy systems. In addition to his extensive knowledge and lecturing skills, Paffel has published many papers on steam system design and operation. Over his 30+ year career, Paffel has personally conducted audits and training sessions in the United States and throughout the world. He has 32 years of experience in steam, condensate systems, and power systems and provides a "real-world" grasp of trouble-shooting for the steam system. Paffel is active with the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Steam Best Practices Committee and many other organizations that are trying to increase steam system end user knowledge.