Swagelok training is the professional standard for fluid system components. From Swagelok Installation Training to Advanced M200 Orbital Welder Training, you and your colleagues will learn valuable skills to get the job done right. And if energy costs, reduced waste and improved safety are important at your facility, we can support you.
The following are the training events and other events Swagelok Northwest offers that are open to all new and existing customers throughout the Pacific Northwest. We have also included select community events that may be of interest to our customers. New events are posted as they become available. Be sure to check back or sign up for our monthly newsletter to receive up-to-date information.
TAP Your Steam System training, level 1
Level I training is a one-day course that provides attendees with a solid foundational understanding of steam principles and processes. This course addresses 10 critical areas of steam system management including steam cost calculations, flash steam recovery, steam traps and waterhammer. Attendees learn the essentials about steam system principles and processes, and key trouble-shooting tips. This course was held Thursday, May 16, 2013. Please contact your key account manager to be contacted when the next TAP training is scheduled.
West Coast Energy Management Congress
The West Coast Energy Management Congress (WCEMC) is produced by the Association of Energy Engineers and is considered the largest energy conference and technology expo on the West Coast and attracts business, industrial and institutional energy users. WCEMC full 2-day conference attendees earn a total of 0.8 CEU/8 PDH/8 AIA LU credits, which may be applied toward professional licensing requirements or certification.
TAP Your Steam System training, level 2
Level II training is a one-day course that builds on the concepts addressed in Level I by providing attendees with a comprehensive understanding of steam energy and efficiency techniques.
- This course addresses 10 advanced steam system management concepts, such as boiler performance, heat recovery methods, piping, steam expansion and insulation.
- Attendees learn how to maximize steam system performance while improving overall thermal efficiency in their operations.
Why attend a steam system training course?
- Increase production output and reliability
- Improve plant safety
- Reduce energy cost without capital expenditures
Why is SEA’s TAP training valuable?
- On-site, hands-on program
- Globally available, convenient and affordable
- Continually updated to reflect best practices, new technology and real-world guidance
- Ability to customize program to fit your organization’s unique needs
Swagelok Energy Advisors Steam System Specialist training
Level I training is a three-day course that provides attendees with a solid foundational understanding of the total steam system -- from steam generation through condensate recovery. Attendees learn how to reduce emission and gain more value for their energy dollar.