With extensive experience in the field of refractories, from failure investigations to product and process performance optimization, we deliver refractories training courses to companies worldwide.
The scheduled refractories training modules will take place at our Stoke-on-Trent headquarters; however the courses can always be customized and/or given on-site to meet individual business requirements.
The modules are suitable for those involved in a range of industries, including refractory and equipment manufacturers, users of refractories in high temperature processes, and refractory installers, suppliers, distributors and contractors.
Whether you are looking to refresh and update your understanding of refractories, have no prior or a basic knowledge, the modules are also highly beneficial to the more experienced whatever your business function, from technical and manufacturing, through to processing, marketing and sales.
Designed to be interactive, with the use of case studies, our tutor will draw upon his knowledge, skills and experience to provide attendees with the theory behind manufacturing processes. This will include design, materials and testing that can be applied to the everyday challenges faced by industry.
The five refractory modules for 2017 cover materials and applications, properties and their links to performance, troubleshooting, design and QC during installation.
Course notes/workbooks are provided for each module/course. At the end of each module/course there will be a Q&A session which will allow attendees to review their learning and understanding. Attendees will also have the opportunity to discuss any technical challenges they may currently be facing.
Find out about the course tutor below.
Jan Theron - Refractories Specialist
Expertise in: Refractory maintenance management, failure analysis, design evaluation, the use of finite element analysis/modelling (FEA/FEM), and training inspectors, commercial personnel and plant managers.
Forthcoming Modules at Lucideon’s Headquarters
Modules are limited to a maximum of 50 attendees. The open format allows delegates to discuss challenges and interact and share experiences with the trainer and other organizations.
|Date||Module Name||Module No.|
|Wednesday 29 March 2017||Refractory Materials & Application Areas||R1|
|Thursday 30 March 2017||Understanding Refractory Properties & Links to Performance||R2|
|Wednesday 26 April 2017||Troubleshooting||R3|
|Thursday 27 April 2017||Refractory Design 101: Fundamentals||R4|
|Friday 19 May 2017||QC During Refractory Installation||R5|
Each module will run from 9:00am - 4:00pm (approximately).
Register Your Interest
You can register your interest for open module(s), a customized on-site course or training webinar by completing the form below.
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