Welcome to Heat Exchange Engineering Conference, Training and Exhibition.
With keynote addresses, technology presentations, real life case studies, practical discussion and a wide range of collaborative and networking opportunities, this event is a great opportunity to listen to – and interact with – some of the leading thinkers and practitioners in the field of Heat Exchange Engineering. The focus of this event will be on improving the performance of industrial heat exchangers by increasing throughput, lowering energy use, reducing downtime, increasing reliability and lowering environmental emissions.
When is the event?
Heat Exchange Engineering Conference, Training and Exhibition, Asia will be held on Tuesday, October 24th 2017 to Thursday, October 26th 2017 at the Royale Chulan Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Who should attend?
The conference will bring together a range of technical practitioners including technical management, design engineers, energy efficiency managers, plant engineers, maintenance specialists, equipment suppliers, service providers and researchers.
Why should you attend?
Heat Exchange Engineering will provide delegates with a dedicated event where they can connect with experts and peers to gain knowledge and an understanding of best practice in industrial heat exchange including the following topics: energy efficiency, operational modelling, fouling mitigation, equipment construction, cost optimisation, equipment design, process control, heat exchanger maintenance and plant improvement.
HEE is designed to deliver targeted introductions to new potential clients and projects, quality commercial leads, new suppliers, project collaborators, research partners and provide training, both general, highly focused and client focused. These events are designed to maximize return on invested time and cost. The conference will improve user knowledge of specialist equipment, allowing informed decisions to be made between supplier’s technology and its cost effectiveness. The events are planned to provide solutions to plant problems and process limitations through meeting experts in the particular field. Suppliers of equipment can use time more effectively in maintaining relationships, introduce new products and learn about new projects at an early stage.