Warrenville, IL (PRWEB) September 4, 2008
Plymouth Tube Co.'s Energy Group will be hosting the inaugural Power Generation Material Selection Conference (PGMSC) October 7 - 9, 2008 at the Grand Geneva Resort, Lake Geneva, WI. The 3 day conference will consist of classroom style presentations in a business casual atmosphere pertaining to a vast variety of tubing material issues and considerations. Topics including Stainless Steel, Titanium, Cu-Ni to Carbon and Alloy material overviews, production and testing methods, corrosion fundamentals and water chemistry for energy applications are just a few of the subjects that will be featured.
This conference is for those in the power industry interested in learning more about how material selection can influence efficiencies and help control emissions. Topics will be presented by a panel of industry experts with over 25 years experience in the energy market including by Ed Blessman, Daniel S. Janikowski, Steve McKenzie, Ron Roth and John Tverberg.
Space is limited, but still available. If interested, please contact Anissa G. Norris at anorris @ plymouth.com or phone direct at 630.791.2747. Additional information can be found at http://www.plymouth.com/pgmsc.aspx.
About Plymouth Tube Co.
Plymouth Tube Co. is a global tube manufacturer for the energy market offering austenitic, ferritic and superferritic stainless steels sized .500" to 2" OD's, Carbon and Alloy Boiler tubing sized 1.250" to 5.563" OD's. Plymouth Tube proudly manufactures SEA-CURE® Condenser, XtraLowStressTM Feedwater Heater, Boiler and Oil & Gas Tubing.
Headquartered in suburban Chicago with 10 manufacturing plants across the U.S., Plymouth Tube Co. is positioned for continued global growth supplying the aerospace, transportation, energy, and industrial markets. Additionally, Plymouth Tube Co. Chicago Processing offers coil slitting as well as a wide variety of specialty edging options. Over the last five years Plymouth's sales revenue has more than doubled due to market share growth and strategic acquisitions.