IHEA education heats up this fall

The Combustion Seminar and Safety Standards and Codes Seminar will be back to in-person attendance and will take place concurrently in Cleveland, Ohio, in November.

The Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) offers a plethora of training opportunities and educational resources to keep businesses moving forward. IHEA members contribute their time and expertise to provide technical information and the necessary tools to assist those in the industrial heating industry. Whether you need a classroom experience to talk with professionals and peers, a flexible virtual learning platform, training resources to explore technologies, or videos to explain tips and tricks, IHEA has a variety of options.

Combustion and Safety Standards

This fall, IHEA will be back to in-person seminars. The Combustion Seminar and Safety Standards and Codes Seminar will take place concurrently in Cleveland, Ohio, November 9-10.

The popular training classes are instructed by industry professionals who deal with the subject matter on a daily basis. Attendees receive two days of instruction with real life examples and get answers to questions from the expert speakers. In addition, the fall seminars are supported by a tabletop exhibition filled with industry suppliers and leaders in the thermal processing world. Learning continues when attendees visit with manufacturers and suppliers; admission to the tabletop exhibition is included with the seminar registration fee. Registration is now open. Get complete details and register at www.ihea.org/Fall21.

Fundamentals of Industrial Process Heating

In addition to the fall seminars, IHEA also offers an extensive six-week online course. The Fundamentals of Industrial Process Heating will run from September 27 through November 5.

IHEA’s online course has been a successful source of high-level education for those who prefer a distance learning experience. A basic understanding of process heating and some engineering background are recommended to take this course. The curriculum includes the basics of heat transfer, fuels and combustion, energy use, furnace design, refractories, automatic control, and atmospheres as applied to industrial process heating. Weekly coursework, quizzes, and a final exam project are administered to guide students on their progress and evaluate their knowledge of the material. Instructor interaction is available during the weekly forum discussions and via email for questions and to review the coursework. For a complete listing of the topics covered visit www.ihea.org/event/OnlineFall21.

More resources

IHEA also offers a variety of resources for the process heating industry, including:

Induction Process Heating Handbook: A great new resource has been added to the IHEA bookstore. Just released, the Induction Handbook is the perfect addition to your company library. This publication is a collaboration of IHEA Induction Division members and includes applications and case studies that help further explain the basics of the technology. Get your copy at tinyurl.com/heating-handbook.

Video Tips: Visit the IHEA website for an all-access pass to IHEA’s Video Tips Library. This new feature is a collection of short clips created by IHEA members to assist with troubleshooting, explain processes, and provide technical know-hows to the industry.

Tools: IHEA offers a collection of books, videos, and webinars that cover a variety of thermal processing and industrial heating topics.

Publications: Check out the archived issues of the IHEA Insider newsletter and all the IHEA Profiles that appear in back issues of Industrial Heating magazine.

And more: Explore the IHEA website, www.ihea.org, then click the Education tab to access a variety of resources.

Calendar of Events

September 27–November 5
Fundamentals of Industrial Process Heating | Online Course

November 9–10
IHEA Combustion Seminar
InterContinental Hotel Cleveland | Cleveland, Ohio

November 9–10
IHEA Safety Standards & Codes Seminar

InterContinental Hotel Cleveland | Cleveland, Ohio

For details on IHEA events, go to www.ihea.org/events