Date: January 30 - 31 2018

Location: Bełchatów, Poland

Venue: Wodnik Hotel

Howden, a world leader in air and gas handling equipment would like to invite you to a 2 day technical seminar about Howden Fans and Air Preheaters at the Wodnik Hotel in Bełchatów from 30th – 31st January 2018.

Key topics covered during the seminar will include technical presentations about axial fans, centrifugal fans, air-preheaters and gas-gas heaters, recommended maintenance planning and an opportunity to discuss where Howden can partner with you to improve your plant reliability and performance while meeting the emission limits based on BAT.

With this in mind, the seminar will be very useful for strategic decision makers as well as maintenance and operations engineers to attend.


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Attendance is free, you just need to pay for your travel and hotel bill.

 

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Bill Sanderson: Howden UK

Bill joined Howden 32 years ago after graduating from the University of Strathclyde.

During his time with Howden he has worked in a number of job roles including: Screw compressor design, Heat transfer research, Aerodynamic research, Fan design and development, Fan Proposals and Product management.

In his current role as Product manager for Centrifugal fans he provides support to various Howden Businesses and External Customers on various aspects of fans including Applications, Design, Testing, Retrofits and Performance enhancement.

Bill sits on several British Standards Institute (BSI) and International Standards organisation (ISO) fan related working groups and a joint ISO / AMCA liaison on fan system effects. He is registered on the ISO Global directory as a fan expert and is a member of the ISO TC117 Technical committee for fans.

Bill Sanderson

 
 

Dougal Hogg: Howden Group

Dougal’s engineering career spans over 35 years including over 20 years in Design and Development of rotary regenerative air preheaters and gas reheaters. His current global role is Deputy Chief Engineer – Heater Technology, Howden Group.

He previously worked in consultancy as a Principal Mechanical Engineer/Project Manager within Parsons Brinckerhoff involving tender adjudications and acting as owner’s engineer on major power plant projects and is a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers.

Dougal Hogg

 
 

Jens Rosendahl: Howden Axial Fans

Jens' engineering career spans over 30 years including over 17 years in Sales, proposals, marketing and product management of Variable Pitch Axial Flow Fans. His current role is Product Manager of axial & centrifugal fans.

He previously worked in sales as a Sales Engineer within Brüel & Kjær and Manager of Sales and Service Support within LumaSense Technologies with the companies product portfolio of instrumentation for measurement of ventilation, thermal comfort and gas analysis.

Jens Rosendahl

 
 

Jad Yassine: Howden Group

Jad has more than 13 years experience in international sales and customer focus dealing with customers from Europe, Middle East, North Africa and North America. He has spent the last 10 years in Howden occupying various roles as Heaters regional manager for Middle East, Global Sales Director for Howden Spain, Group Aftermarket Director for EMEA under Fans and Heaters division, business development and Key Account Manager, and lately Aftermarket Director for Europe and North Africa under PEP division (Power, Environment and Process division).

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Carmelo Zamora: Services Manager

Carmelo has over 26 years of experience in Howden as a mechanical engineer. Carmelo acquired his wide knowledge in the Rotary Heat Exchanger Services by supervising service projects all over the world. His current role is Service Manager for Air and Gas Heaters.

He previously worked as a Quality Controller in the company dedicated to the maintenance of chemical and petrochemical plants.

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Anders Pommergaard: Engineer MSc

Anders’ engineering career spans over 21 years with Howden, including over 17 years in Howden Field Service working on Variable Pitch Axial Flow Fans. His current role is Field Service Manager for Howden Axial Fans.

He previously worked as a Senior Technical Advisor, and in 2010 completed the Academy Profession management Degree.

Mr. Pommergaard has a long experience with fans. He has been travelled the world to cover supervision of Howden fans, and has experience in installation of new constructions, commissioning, troubleshooting and service of fans for industrial purposes used mostly for Power Stations.

Besides his experience as a Field Service Manager, he has been running extensive internal training programs for our internal associates and externally to our customers' located around the world.

Anders Pommergaard