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900 West Capitol, Suite 400
Little Rock, AR 72201

Boiler and Steam Efficiency

When: 5/1/2013 - 8:00am - 4:30pm
Where:Pulaski Technical College Business & Industry Center
3303 E. Roosevelt Road (Next to the Little Rock Airport)
Little Rock, AR 72802

When: 5/2/2013 - 8:00am - 4:30pm
Where: Lake Point Center
61 Lake Point Lane
Russellville, AR 72802

Ten Action Points (TAP) steam system training program is designed to train you how to improve plant safety, reduce energy cost, increase production output and profit margins. During this exciting one day training course you will work in a team environment to accomplish a host of steam system related energy tasks.

  • Steam Fundamentals- Types of energy in steam, steam quality and superheat
  • Steam Tables- How to calculate BTU usage
  • Know Your Steam Cost-Factors that affect steam cost and how to calculate cost
  • Flash Steam-How does it occur? What is the energy loss?
  • Recovery of Flash Steam- Modulating vs. Non-modulating systems
  • Valves used in Steam Systems- Types used in Steam systems, selection
  • Valve Installation- Best Practices and Testing
  • Steam Traps- Types, Sizing and steam loss calculation
  • Steam Trap Testing- Methods and Procedures
  • Waterhammer- Causes and Solutions.

About the Instructor
Gary Gleason
Senior Field Engineer
Swagelok Energy Advisors, Inc.

With more than 20 years of industrial steam system experience, Gary is a system specialist with extensive knowledge in steam systems. Gary is employed by Swagelok Energy Advisors, Inc., a Solon, Ohio, based company specializing in offering state-of-the-art steam system training, project management, engineering, root cause analysis and engineering services worldwide.

During his career, Gary has personally conducted numerous steam and condensate system audits, designed systems, managed projects, and conducted training sessions. Gary has made a career of assisting steam users in becoming more energy efficient, helping them reduce their consumption and emissions, and helping them to improve their bottom lines by providing sustainable savings.

In addition, Gary has achieved Steam System Level III and Steam Trap Examiner certifications. He is a senior member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and is recognized by AEE as a Certified Energy Manager (CEM).

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