The Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) heads to Cleveland, Ohio, for its 2019 Fall Seminars and Fall Business Conference. The event will be held at the Intercontinental Cleveland Sept. 24-26. The technical seminar series will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by the IHEA Fall Business Conference on Thursday.
“Cleveland has been the site of some of our most successful seminars and meetings,” said IHEA Executive Vice President Anne Goyer. “We’re excited to return to an area that draws attendees interested in learning ways to continuously improve their operations.”
In its 90th year, IHEA remains an industry leader by providing expert-led, unbiased training for those in the industrial thermal-processing industry. The 50th Combustion Seminar and the Safety Standards and Codes Seminar will take place concurrently over the first two days. There will also be a one-day Process Heating Seminar that includes infrared, induction and other process heating technologies. Attendees of all seminars will have access to IHEA’s Tabletop Exhibition and Reception on the afternoon of Sept. 24.
The Combustion Seminar is presented by industry professionals from leading heat-processing companies. They will deliver relevant information on combustion technologies. The comprehensive Safety Standards and Codes Seminar covers critical safety information for those involved with a wide range of industrial thermal-processing applications as well as the 2019 updates to the NFPA 86 standard.
New this year, the Process Heating Seminar will be held at a nearby IHEA member company, Selas Heat Technology. The unique venue allows attendees to experience hands-on demonstrations of the different technologies described throughout the seminar. Selas will also offer a facility tour for those in attendance.
The IHEA seminars and speakers always receive high marks on evaluations. Attendees often comment on the knowledgeable speakers and great tips they can apply to their processes immediately. All three classes offer the perfect mix of technical information and the opportunity to interact with speakers and suppliers of the products and services discussed throughout the seminars. IHEA’s Fall Seminar Series and Tabletop Exhibition are an outstanding way to lead, learn and grow.
Furthermore, IHEA’s Fall Business Conference follows the seminars in Cleveland, beginning Sept. 25 with a social gathering to kick off the meeting. IHEA conducts the conference for the purpose of bringing member company representatives together for committee meetings and educational presentations to discuss challenges and issues of concern to members.
Mark your calendar for Sept. 24-26, and watch for more details and registration information at www.ihea.org. IHEA members receive significant discounts on seminars, and end users receive four vouchers with their membership that can be used to register for seminars for free.