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With 3,800 exhibitors and more than 130,000 delegates in attendance, this year’s ACHEMA conference looks bigger and better than ever. There’s a lot to see, so we won’t ask for much of your time – in fact, five minutes is all it takes to gain access to our network of experts and start a conversation that could result in huge benefits to your business.
With our expertise in steam and thermal energy solutions and experience in the chemicals, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and food and beverage sectors, we’ll show you how you can:
- reduce your energy and water bills and cut emissions with sustainable energy solutions
- reduce product contamination risks, increase product quality and protect your brand’s reputation
by focusing on steam quality
- improve steam system safety and reliability, while also raising productivity, through a range of
monitoring and measurement products and services
Take our Controlled Phase Cycle solution, which can recover useful energy from sub-100°C waste heat, or our STAPS wireless steam trap monitoring system. You can get acquainted with both at ACHEMA 2018.
So, if you’d like to make the most of your time at ACHEMA, pay us a visit at Stand K62, Hall 8.0, and find out how five minutes could make a big difference to your business.
Come along to our Industry-leading insights
This year, we’re thrilled to be taking part in ACHEMA’s PRAXISforum – a series of informative talks and demonstrations by leading experts from across the process industries.
Our own Professor Jeremy Miller will be discussing Controlled Phase Cycle and how it can be used to turn low-grade waste heat into electric power at 11:30 on Thursday 14th June. Set a reminder.
Meanwhile, Product Management Team Leader Christian Mallinson will demonstrate how wireless digital automation can be harnessed to monitor steam traps for a more efficient steam system. You can catch him at 12:10 on Thursday 14th June. Set a reminder.
These 30-minute talks could make your business cleaner, greener and more efficient. Not bad for less
than a lunch break.