Introduction to the Steam World
Sponsored by: Burkert
Date: 27 March
Time: 3PM London/11AM New York
This steam basics introduction webinar will provide some basic knowledge to help you appreciate steam systems.
Our focus on steam derives from a commitment to our customers to work with the physical attributes of the application environments of your world. This webinar will allow you to find out more about our core steam process expertise.
We believe we have intimate knowledge and significant insight into the application environments that traverse the broad spectrum of steam applications. We can collaborate with you in the real physics of steam production, distribution and heat transfer where we can share our experience in complete control loops.
We can assist you in determining the most effective steam control architecture to help you see and assess what is happening in your plant from the control room to the boardroom. The inherent expertise we offer at BÃ¼rkert exists to make your life simpler.
Team Coach Segment Management
Greg Sutcliffe is the Segment Team Coach for BÃ¼rkert, with over 16 years experience in the process world, specialising in the design, operation and optimisation in steam systems.
A steam consultant prior to joining BÃ¼rkert, Greg dedicates much of his time as an ambassador for BÃ¼rkert in the steam world, conducting regular seminar and training programs around the world – delivered in an easy to consume, uncomplicated manner.
BÃ¼rkert global focus on Hygienic applications, particularly within the food and beverage and pharma industries, has allowed Greg and his team to gain vital experience and really understand the application challenges that are faced.
Segment Manager, Hygienic Processing
Marc Klingler is BÃ¼rkert’s global expert in Hygienic Processing and has vast experience in all applications covering Food and Beverage, pharmaceutical and biotech industry.
As a graduate of fluidic mechanics and nearly 20 years’ experience Marc has more recently been contributing to regulatory groups such as EHEDG, ASME BPE and ISPE as a participant and member of these communities.
Working from one of Burkert s factories in France, Marc gained experience in production of equipment and components destined for use in Hygienic Processing, he now uses this experience in combination with today's stringent guidelines and compliance needs to bring value and solutions to users on an international level.
Download SlidesPlease login to download the slides
Key Learning Objectives
- Receive an appreciation of the best practices in plant steam installations
- Learn the language of steam
- Introduction into the basics of steam and condensate loops.
- Orientation into the pressure, temperature and volumes of steam and their relationships.
- Management working with steam applications