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Hauck Revamps Combustion Seminar For 2005

September 29, 2004
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Hauck Manufacturing Co.'s newly updated combustion seminar will be held February 28 to March 2, 2005, at the company's Combustion Technical Center in Cleona, Pa. Each day of the seminar will present a different level of combustion training, from basic to advanced, allowing the training to be customized to the skill level of the participants. Day one will concentrate on combustion principles, including fundamentals, fluid flow, burner types and applications, flame safety, and other basic training topics. The second day will cover more advanced combustion principles, including emissions, burner sizing and air and fuel piping. The third day will concentrate on problem solving using Hauck's Professional Version 3.0 of e-Solutions for Combustion(R), offered free of charge to each day three attendee.

The registration fee for the seminar is $325 for one session, $500 for two sessions or $750 for all three sessions. For registration information, call (717) 272-3051, ext. 3178, or visit http://www.hauckburner.com

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