A workshop on Cooling Water Corrosion and Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion MIC Technology is being conducted by Structural Integrity Assoc. Inc. and Puckorius & Assoc. Inc. Oct. 13-14 in San Jose, CA.
A workshop on Cooling Water Corrosion and Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion MIC Technology is being conducted by Structural Integrity Assoc. Inc. and Puckorius & Assoc. Inc. Oct. 13-14 in San Jose, CA. The workshop focuses on the control of corrosion, MIC, and deposits in cooling water systems. It is a practical, down-to-earth workshop full of helpful suggestions on identifying and controlling all forms of corrosion.
The workshop provides unbiased technical/practical information that students can use at their facility or with their people. Group and one-on-one assistance will also be provided for solving and preventing corrosion, MIC, and fouling problems in cooling water systems.
Participants at prior workshops have included unit operators, engineers, chemists, technical management, and supervisory personnel for industrial, commercial, and institutional users of water. The workshop is designed for the end-user and is a practical seminar—not a theoretical/academic discussion. An extensive reference manual, to be given to each attendee, has been prepared for the practical decision-maker and will provide valuable operating information and directions on how to approach cooling water corrosion and MIC problems.
Participants are encouraged to bring any related problems to the workshop. The instructors will use them as sample problems and try to solve them, using the methods and techniques introduced during the workshop.
For more information on the workshop, or to register, contact Structural Integrity Assoc. Inc., 3315 Almaden Expwy., Ste. 24, San Jose, CA 95118. Tel: 408-978-8200. Fax: 408-978-8964.