Available on demand until October 15, 2020Register
Hosted By: POWER
Sponsored By: Conco
Improving productivity and reliability of equipment and processes is of vital importance to power plants, refineries and industrial production facilities. It can be difficult to know exactly what you should be looking for when it comes to the care of your units.
With Total Performance™ you can anticipate problems and keep your condenser tubes at optimum efficiency. The three part process identifies the status of condenser tubes, detects equipment fatigue that can cause inefficiency, and cleans the tubes to improve flow and heat transfer. Together, these processes can increase efficiency by as much as 4%.
In this webinar, we will discuss how the implementation of condenser cleaning, leak detection, and nondestructive testing will maximize MW output and minimize condenser related outages during your operating cycle.
- Tube Fouling and Corrosion Mechanisms
- Types of Deposits and Their Effects
- Mechanical Cleaning Systems
- Frequency of Cleaning
- Benefits of Eddy Current Testing
- Benefits of leak Detection
- Plant Managers
- Operations Managers and Engineers
- Maintenance Managers and Engineers
- Outage Managers
- Performance Engineers
Gary E. Fischer is the National Sales Manager for Conco Services Corporation located in Verona, PA. Gary manages a team of seven outside and two inside sales representatives and is responsible for all sales activities within the US Power Generation market. His interest in sales management, particularly technical sales, drew him to Conco in 2002 and during his 13 years with the company, sales have steadily grown to more than double.
Conco Services Corporation is the world leader in off-line mechanical tube cleaning. From power generation to polymers, alumina to refineries, Conco technicians have restored efficiency and reliability to over 150 million condenser and heat exchanger tubes worldwide. In addition to cleaning services, Conco is a leading provider of nondestructive testing services, including RFT, eddy current and tracer gas leak detection.
Gary holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and also an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh and is a longstanding member of ASME. Previously its Program Coordinator, Gary is currently serving as the Chairman of ASME’s Heat Exchanger Committee. He is a frequent presenter at power shows and conferences on subjects relating to cleaning, eddy current testing and leak detection and has written several articles on those topics for trade magazines including Power Magazine and Energy Tech.
Darrell Proctor joined POWER in 2017. He has years of experience in the energy and publishing industries, including as a writer, editor and energy data analyst for Ponderosa Advisors and Bentek Energy (S&P Global/Platts). He was an assistant business editor and assistant news editor as well as Technology Editor for the Rocky Mountain News in Colorado, and also was a senior editor at the St. Petersburg Times in Florida. He is a graduate of Franklin College of Indiana.