Blythewood, SC – Spirax Sarco has released its 2012 schedule of training center courses covering all aspects of steam energy. The curriculumâ€™s objective is to provide comprehensive knowledge and understanding as the keys to energy conservation and resource utilization. Spirax Sarco training centers are located in Columbia, SC, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, and Allentown, PA.
Each program is designed specifically for steam users involved in engineering, operation, and maintenance.
Areas covered include energy management, HVAC, operations, piping and process design, project engineering, process engineering and maintenance. In addition to traditional applications, the courses cover the latest technical developments. Practical demonstrations of capability of boilers, steam traps, condensate pumps, heat exchangers, valves, instrument and controls are performed in fully-equipped steam lab.
Classes in the 2012 schedule include Fundamentals of Steam Utilization, Installation and Maintenance, Steam Traps and Condensate Pumps, Pressure and Temperature Controls, Steam System Design, Metering and Industrial Fluids, Clean Steam Utilization, Steam and Condensate Energy Savings, Steam Utilization in the Food and Beverage Industry, and Steam Utilization in the Hospital Industry. Spirax Sarco can also custom-design training classes for small and large groups to meet specific needs.