What You Need to Know About Steam and Energy Audits
Many are finding new ways to harness the energy of steam. Recently, GE announced a suite of new technologies designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve efficiency ratings at facilities.
Ensuring cleaner, more effective facilities is the first step organizations can to do embrace the changing environment. By running a more optimized plant, organizations can not only reduce their carbon footprint but also save money.
Steam system inefficiencies can affect many aspects of an organization’s physical ecosystem. Leakage can result in energy loss, emission increase, production issues and safety concerns. Don't be left behind, join industry leaders as they make efficient changes to their plants.
Learn from the experts
With 41 years of experience, Kelly Paffel is recognized as a worldwide leader in steam systems. A member of Swagelok Energy Advisor team, Paffel has audited hundreds of properties and has recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost revenue through steam leakage correction.
Paffel brings his hands on experience and sincere enthusiasm to the classes he teaches. Join him as he leads Ten Action Points for your Steam System here in our San Diego offices. During this 8 hour course you will learn everything you need to know about optimizing your facility's steam system and enhancing performance.
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