Attendees will be able to choose from two types of sessions -- technical or mechanical -- and will be able to zero in on four key areas of process operations: process design and application; plant engineering and management; instrumentation, control and data; and environmental and energy issues. Some of the highlighted sessions include:
- Organic Heat Transfer Fluid Systems Design and Application
- Advancements in Heat Exchanger Technologies and Applications
- Understanding Industrial Hazards in Flammable Processes and Determining the Best Safety Solutions for your Process
- Managing Corrosion with Fluoropolymers
- Engineering Biotechnology -- Preserving the Environment: Water Treatment and Purification Processes and Technologies
Three special product pavilions will be designed to serve as "shows within a show." More than 900 exhibitors will be present to show off their latest products, services and emerging technologies. The three featured pavilions include the maintenance showcase, process control and automation center, and the powder processing showcase.
In addition to the exhibitions and sessions, there will be a free industry forum open to all attendees called "Is the Chemical Plant Going Female?" Both male and female engineers and plant management personnel will lead a panel discussion on the changing faces in chemical plants today.
For more information about the 2001 Chem Show, call (203) 221-9232, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.chemshow.com.