IHEA seminars to take place in Greenville

April 6, 2017 by  

The Industrial Heating Equipment Association, also known as IHEA, has announced that it will be hosting its safety and combustion seminars in September at the Westin Poinsett hotel in Greenville.

The seminars are designed to educate those who deal with industrial combustion technology, such as ovens and furnaces, using a classroom-style approach and tools such as slideshow presentations and informational banners. The seminars will cover information such as the types of classes of furnaces, product liability, and loss prevention. Those who attend the seminars will also have the opportunity to attend the tabletop exhibition, where they will be able to talk to representatives from companies in the heat processing industry.

The executive vice president of the Industrial Heating Equipment Association, Anne Goyer, said about the upcoming seminars:

“We are excited to return to Greenville, South Carolina, with our fall seminars and tabletop exhibition. With the Southeast’s strong manufacturing base, we have a very high interest in our seminars. This was evident when the seminars sold out the last time we held them in this area.”

The seminars will be taking place at the Westin Poinsett hotel at 120 S. Main Street in Greenville on September 19 and 20. Those who wish to attend can register online up until the first day of the event. For more information regarding the seminars, or to register, visit the IHEA website.

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