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ProcessBarron to Co-Host Annual Jansen Boiler Workshop
Date:4/26/2013

Pelham, AL (PRWEB) April 26, 2013

ProcessBarron will co-host the first Jansen Boiler Workshop of the year at the Holiday Inn at Beacon Hill in Boston, Mass., May 9–10, 2013. An annual event for representatives from the pulp and paper, independent power, utility, and energy-from-waste industries, the Jansen seminar seeks to educate attendees about new technologies capable of improving biomass boiler burning capacity, efficiency, emissions, and overall performance. These working sessions are free for all participants.

Representatives from ProcessBarron will conduct three technical sessions at the event. On the morning of Thursday, May 9, Regional Sales Manager John Saucier will give an overview of material handling and fuel feed equipment. That afternoon, President Ken Nolen will discuss fan design, efficiency, and horsepower requirements. The morning of Friday, May 10, Regional Sales Manager Clay Bishop will talk about design and performance considerations for multiclone dust collectors.

ProcessBarron is dedicated to providing lasting solutions for air, ash, and fuel handling systems for a variety of industries, with an emphasis on biomass. The company’s biomass division specializes in retrofitting draft systems and general techniques for reducing emissions and optimizing performance, working in ways that minimize downtime and loss of productivity.

Click here to learn more about the Jansen Boiler Worshop and visit http://www.processbarron.com to learn more about ProcessBarron’s air, ash, and fuel handling solutions for the biomass industry.

About Process Barron
Process Barron is a leader in the design, manufacturing, installation, and repair of air, gas, and material handling equipment for a variety of heavy industrial applications. Established in 1981, ProcessBarron creates integrated solutions that include all compone
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