The education program for the Process Heating & Cooling Show includes industry leaders sharing their knowledge and expertise on range of industrial topics.

The inaugural event is scheduled for June 16-17, 2021, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. For more information and access to the education program, visit www.process-heating.com/heat-cool-show/agenda.

Prior to the two-day event, registered attendees will have access to two pre-event webinars. On Thursday, March 18, 2021, Michael Stowe, senior energy engineer at Advanced Energy, will present “Strategic Energy Management: Are you Ready?” On Tuesday, May 11, 2021, Anil Gulanikar, director at Dag Tech Services, will present “Improving Energy Efficiency and Safety of an Existing Ammonia Refrigeration System.”

On Wednesday, June 16, the two-day conference program will kick off with a dozen education sessions. These include:

  • Variable Speed Controls for Pumps and Chillers – Tom Stone, Thermal Care Inc.
  • Benefits and Applications of Infrared Heating – Kristina McKee, Casso-Solar Technologies
  • The Importance of Heating and Cooling to Controlling Your Automated Fluid Dispensing System – Michael Bonner, Saint Clair Systems Inc.
  • Energy Recovery Analysis: Using the Conveyor Dryer To Dehydrate Fruits and Vegetables – Aldo De Tuoni, Bühler Group
  • HTF Reclaiming Satisfies Sustainability and Budgetary Objectives – Richard Beemsterboer, ORG Chem Group LLC
  • Adiabatic Cooling: Wet When You Need It, Dry When You Don't – Kenny Sloat, Guentner
  • Heat Source Selection & Evaluation Criteria – Jason Allington, ASI, Division of Thermal Technologies Inc.
  • Process Applications Using Oil Free Centrifugal Compressors – Ken Koehler Sr. and Eddie Rodriguez Sr., Danfoss

On Thursday, June 17, there will be a general session panel discussion on energy efficiency and management. Panelists include Joseph Birschbach, Ameren Illinois Efficiency Program via Leidos; Mark Lippi, Center for Advanced Research in Drying (CARD); and Michael Stowe, Advanced Energy.

The exhibit hall will include manufacturers displaying heat-processing equipment, components, materials and supplies as well as processing equipment used to cool, chill or freeze product to a qualified audience of buyers and users. There will also be a Learning Theater on the show floor where exhibitors can present sponsored-education sessions for attendees.

For additional information on exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities, visit https://www.process-heating.com/heat-cool-show/become-exhibitor.