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US Refractories Training Schedule 2020

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Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), all information regarding events is subject to change.

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 to a varied range of industries including: glass, cement, refractories, petrochemical, iron & steel, lime and incinerator sectors.

We'll be running the following modules during CeramicsExpo week in Cleveland, Ohio.

Click on the course name below for further details of what's included in each module.

Date Module Name Module No.
Monday 4 May An Introduction to Refractories & Refractory Testing (1 day course) R7
Thursday 7 & Friday 8 May Refractories for the Glass Industry (2 day course) R6

Course Materials

Course notes/workbooks are provided for each module/course. Attendees will also have the opportunity to discuss any technical challenges they may currently be facing.

Course Tutor

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.

Each module will run from 9:00am - 4:00pm (approximately).

For more information on the courses, please contact Caroline Mullington, UK: +44 (0)1782 764422
or caroline.mullington@lucideon.com.

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