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Hauck Sets Combustion Seminar Dates for 2010

January 11, 2010
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The 2010 Industrial Combustion Seminar dates have been announced by Hauck Manufacturing Co. and Kromschröder Controls, Lebanon, Pa. The flexible multi-session seminar will be offered twice during the month of April at Hauck’s Customer Technical Center in Cleona, Pa. Session I will be held April 12-14, with Session II on April 26-28.

Each day presents a different level of combustion training, from basic to advanced, allowing the training to be customized to the skill level of the attendee. Participants can attend the two-day session or add the more advanced third day depending on their needs.

Day 1 will concentrate on combustion principles, including fundamentals, fluid flow, air/fuel ratio and controls, burner types and applications, flame safety, and other basic training topics. Day 2 will cover more advanced combustion principles, including emissions, burner sizing, and air and fuel piping. Day 3 will concentrate on problem solving using Hauck’s e-Solutions for Combustion®, Version 4.03, offered free of charge to each Day 3 attendee (a $295 value). All three days include extensive hands-on exercises demonstrating real-world combustion issues in the company’s Combustion Laboratories.

The registration fee for the seminar is $650 for the two-day session or $850 for the complete three-day session. For additional information, call (717) 272-3051, ext. 474, or visit www.hauckburner.com.


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