High Pressure Boiler Expo

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Friday September 20, 2019

8:30 am-4:00 pm

Agenda

8:30-9:00 Registration with coffee/pastry
9:00-9:20 Welcome Guests (John Burpee)
9:30-10:15 Workshop Session #1
10:30-11:15 Workshop Session #2
11:30-12:30 Lunch with Keynote Speaker
12:45-1:30 Workshop Session #3
1:45-2:30 Workshop Session #4
2:30-3:00 Closing Remarks
3:00-4:00 Vendors Available

 

 

Workshop Topics

AQUA will be presenting objectives of a water treatment program. They will address water sources and impurities, boiler chemicals, condensate, blow down, chemical testing and reporting as well as safety.

FW Webb will cover basic steam trap practices, different styles of traps,  where they should be applied and the importance of proper steam trap use. They will discuss styles of valves, the importance of testing and repair, and the different section classifications. They will also cover the different styles of positioners, the importance of calibration, and the different applications for the positioners.

DL Thurrott will cover air compressor technologies including reciprocating, rotary screw, scroll and centrifugal. They will also present on lubricated, oil-less and oil-free air compressors. Lock-out/Tag-out, pre-checks and start-up, preventative maintenance schedules, trouble shooting and more.

Mechanical Services  will cover what is new in boilers and burners,  how you can save in burner repairs, and what can and cannot be done for burners in the line of repairs on the EIC level.

Blake Equipment: will cover boiler automation, the newest equipment, and Smart Valves.

State of Maine Department of Professional and Financial Regulation:
  will be on hand to discuss the Maine Law and Rules related to certification of equipment and personnel, responsibilities of owners, engineers in charge and stationary engineer/boiler operator and adopted standards. They will also review NBIC inspection requirements, welded repair and inspectors. In addition, they will cover American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) codes of construction.

State of Maine Underground Storage Tanks: They will cover who has to have and maintain the underground oil storage tank facility class A/B with class “C” operators, who needs licenses in order to go into a propane tank farm, and what size tank farms have to be to be deemed licensed entry only.

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