A universal truth is that time moves in one direction: forward. Before we know it, it will be July 31, and your opportunity to submit a presentation proposal for the Process Heating & Cooling Show will have passed. Before it does, I want to invite you to join us at the inaugural Process Heating & Cooling Show as a part of our conference program. The event, the first of its kind, will be held June 15-16, 2022, in the Chicago suburb or Rosemont.
The inaugural Process Heating & Cooling Show — the only tradeshow to focus specifically on thermal processing in industrial process applications — will bring together manufacturers of industrial equipment for process cooling and heating with engineering professionals from the process industries responsible for thermal processing at their plants. (You can learn more on our show website, heatingcoolingshow.com.)
In the coming months, we will continue to work with the events team from BNP Media — tradeshow experts — to finalize the complete show lineup, including exhibition, onsite educational program, preshow events and more. I’m looking forward to sharing those details with you leading up to the show!
But first, now is your chance to claim the stage at this inaugural event. Consider becoming a speaker to share technical insights with our exclusive audience of manufacturing engineers who buy and specify process equipment to cool, chill or freeze product, measure, monitor or control temperature or cool equipment, as well as those who use heat processing equipment, components, materials and supplies as well as engineering professionals. Our educational sessions will bring together industrial manufacturing and engineering professionals to learn, connect, share and explore all things related to the process heating and cooling industries. You can find the speaker presentation form under the Conference menu on our show website.
Planned technical session topics include:
- Water treatment for microbiological control and equipment longevity.
- Industrial Internet of Things and how remote process control, monitoring and management are changing thermal processes.
- Identifying the root causes of system failures.
- Managing thermal processes to minimize energy costs.
- Transcritical CO2 and ammonia refrigeration.
- Best practices and application optimization.
- Improving energy efficiency via conservation and process modifications.
If you want to talk out your idea first, feel free to give me a call at 262-564-0074. I will be working with our educational advisory board to develop our conference program. Remember to submit your presentation proposal by July 31!
Linda Becker, Associate Publisher and Editor