The Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) will celebrate its 90th Anniversary at the 2019 Annual Meeting April 29-May 1 at the Lido Beach Resort in Sarasota, Fla.

IHEA members look forward to the camaraderie created by the social events and the thought-provoking topics presented. The meeting provides plenty of opportunity to get involved with important industry-related developments while exploring new business contacts and growing relationships. 

The IHEA Welcome Reception will kick off the event on the pool deck overlooking the beach. The program follows with relevant keynote sessions and committee meetings to discuss association business. Sprinkle in the annual president’s gala, the IHEA golf tournament and discovering local attractions, and it’s the perfect mix of business and pleasure. It’s also a great way to keep current with industry trends and keep in touch with peers.

The beautiful resort is located on one of Florida’s best beaches. The resort is also close to world-famous Siesta Key beach, often voted the best beach in the country. The Lido Beach Resort is just two minutes from the very popular St. Armands Circle, which is filled with restaurants and shops. Complete meeting details and registration information can be found at www.ihea.org. We hope to see you in Sarasota next April!

 

IHEA Membership has its Privileges

Don’t let another year pass without becoming an IHEA member. Join now and get a multitude of benefits right from the start. The Annual Meeting is just one event. Hear what current members appreciate most about IHEA.

“INEX Incorporated has benefitted greatly since becoming a member of IHEA,” said Mike Kasprzyk, president of INEX. “Perhaps the most direct benefit has been enabling our employees to take advantage of the online training programs to broaden their understanding of how our products are utilized by our end users.”

“IHEA is all about process heating. Whether it is a vacuum carburizing oven or an infrared powder-coating curing oven, IHEA covers the spectrum of heating in manufacturing processes,” said Michael Stowe of Advanced Energy. “IHEA members are oven and furnace equipment OEMs, electrical utilities, combustion burner manufacturers and energy consultants. The widely varied membership provides an excellent opportunity for networking and keeping up with the latest and greatest heating technology developments.”

IHEA focuses on driving its members’ success by providing the knowledge base and authoritative voice for industrial heat processing. Become a member of IHEA and take advantage of these great benefits and resources: monthly executive economic update; meeting vouchers (contingent on member category); discounts on educational seminars/webinars, Annual and Fall meetings, online training courses, training videos and IHEA publications; ability to post content and participate in community forums on IHEA’s website and post resumes and job openings online in the Career Center; subscription to IHEA’s INSIDER newsletter; company listing on IHEA’s website; and ability to participate on IHEA committees.