HTRI Collaborating with TTM for Malaysia’s HEE Asia 2017 | HTRI
HTRI is collaborating with Technology Transfer Management Ltd (TTM), the organizers of the Heat Exchange Engineering Conference, Training and Exhibition (HEE), Asia, to be held October 24 – 26, 2017 at the Royale Chulan Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
This unique meeting and learning platform provides a time- and cost-effective opportunity for engineers to expand their understanding of equipment design, process optimization, control, and maintenance in the field of thermal processing. The relationship between HTRI and TTM will provide an expanded combination of heat transfer expertise, operation experience, new technologies, and applied research to each HEE event, resulting in increased knowledge sharing for both parties.
Hans U. Zettler, HTRI Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing, the lead for the relationship, has stated, “This cooperation offers a win-win benefit to the organizers and all participants. Our objective is to contribute in order to offer our expertise and marketing platform for the benefit of all attendees and utilize the knowledge from our discussions to offer additional value to members of the HTRI consortium and the global process heat transfer community.”
This industrial heat exchange event offers keynote addresses, technology presentations, real-life case studies, practical discussions, and a wide range of networking opportunities. Topics focus on improving the performance of industrial heat exchangers by
- Increasing throughput
- Decreasing energy use
- Reducing downtime
- Increasing reliability
- Reducing environmental emissions
Attendees will have the opportunity to listen to – and interact with – some of the leading researchers and practitioners in the process heat transfer industry. They include technical practitioners and management, design engineers, energy efficiency managers, plant engineers, maintenance specialists, equipment suppliers, service providers, and researchers. HTRI will be exhibiting at the conference. To read more about the collaboration, download the flyer.