There’s nothing like the real thing, and Armstrong’s energy seminars are a great way to get a working knowledge of steam, air and hot water systems. Our demonstration facilities are equipped with all the latest functional and cutaway equipment, including glass piping, so you can actually see how utility systems operate.
Armstrong has been designing and manufacturing steam traps since 1911. Since then, we’ve accumulated a substantial body of valuable information on steam trapping and humidification—common sense know-how based on experience, not just theory. We’re convinced that anyone involved with a utility system can benefit from the knowledge we’ve gained. In fact, since 1958, more than 20,000 people have attended our steam seminars.
These hands-on sessions are taught by Armstrong experts who have years of practical experience. They start with the basics, move on to teach the best methods for installation and application, and then explore ways to maximize return on your energy investment. Have a particular need or area of interest? Just ask, and we can tailor content to your personnel. Armstrong seminar facilities are located in Three Rivers, Michigan (USA); Liege, Belgium; Beijing, China; Nagoya, Japan; and Guadalajara, Mexico.
Following is this year's Armstrong University Class Schedule for our Three Rivers, MI (USA) facility:
These seminars qualify for 1.25 Continuing Education Credits!
Many Armstrong Representatives operate their own training facilities. And some Representatives even have portable demonstration units that can be brought to your site.
Empowering Best Steam Practices Seminar
Armstrong International and Cleaver-Brooks have joined forces to share over 200 years of combined industrial steam and boiler experience to help you with your energy-saving initiatives. This advanced class offers the foundation for combining boiler and steam principles which translates into improvements for your business tied specifically to generation, consumption, return and financial payback. The seminar is two days and each student will earn 1.5 Continuing Education Credits.
To schedule a seminar, contact an Armstrong Seminar Coordinator. Or talk to your Representative. To locate the Armstrong Representative closest to you, click FIND A REP in the menu bar.
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