A concurrent technical presentation format that allows attendees to select from both tracks is a highlight of the Cooling Technology Institute’s 2008 conference. Scheduled February 3-7 at the Westin Galleria in Houston, the conference will present more than 20 technical papers.
The first technical track is water treatment. Among the presentations scheduled are:
- “Water Reuse in Cooling Towers: Current Experiences and
Guidelines for Success in Refineries, Power Plants and HVAC Systems,” by Paul
Puckorius, Puckorius and Associates
- “Recycled Water for Cooling 4000˚F Melted Sand,” by Dr. Marcus N.
Allhands and Tom Broderick, Orival Inc.
- “Improved Calcium Phosphate Control for Stressed Systems,” by Gary
Geiger, GE Water and Process Technologies
- “A New Method to Measure Viable Legionella and Total Aerobic
Heterotrophic Bacteria,” by William F. McCoy, Phigenics
- “Intermittent Feeding of Aseptrol Tablet Redefines the Role of ClO2
in Small and Mid-Sized Cooling,” by Keith Hirsch, BASF Corp.
- “Dolphin ‘Pulsed Power’ Cooling Water Treatment,” by David Alley,
Clearwater Systems, and and Paul Puckorius, Puckorius and Associates
- “Evaluating Your Cooling Tower,” by Richard DesJardins,
- “A Simplified Method to Evaluate Cooling Tower and Condenser
Performance Using the CTI Toolkit,” by Luc De Backer and Natasha Peterson,
- “Fan Stall Problems: Cause or Effect,” by Charles Foster, Diagnostic
Cooling Solutions Inc.
- “The Cost of Noise,” by Robert Giammaruti,Hudson Products/Cofimco
USA, and Jess Seawell, Composite Cooling Solutions LP
- “Seismic Qualification of Evaporative Cooling Equipment by
Shake-Table Testing,” by Panos G. Papavizas, Baltimore Aircoil Co.
- “Corrosion as a Process Variable,” by Jack Lehner, Pepperl and Fuchs
Registration for the 2008 conference is $695 for CTI members and $795 for nonmembers. For more information or to register, call (281) 583-4087 or visit www.cti.org.