Pelham, Ala. (PRWEB) April 02, 2014
ProcessBarron will attend the 55th annual IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Industry Technical Conference, April 13–17, 2014 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Washington, DC, exhibiting its air, ash, and fuel handling solutions for the cement industry at its hospitality suite, room 5037 at the Gaylord National Resort hotel, throughout the convention.
ProcessBarron principals Ken Nolen, CEO, and Allen Ray, Director of the Air and Gas Handling Group, will be on site to deliver an overview of the company’s total-systems approach to optimizing cement plant processes. The company’s turnkey services include analysis, engineering, manufacturing, installation, and field services for air, ash, and fuel handling equipment and systems.
Organized by the Institute of Electric and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)’s Industry Applications Society (IAS), and the Portland Cement Association (PCA), the IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Conference is the largest gathering of cement industry professionals in North America. Attending engineers, facility managers, and executives from around the world will meet to share information about economic forecasts, existing and impending government regulations, and the latest technologies affecting the cement industry. The theme for the 2014 conference is “Sustainable Strength through Innovation.”
ProcessBarron is dedicated to optimizing air, ash, and fuel handling systems for heavy industry, taking a “total systems solutions” approach. The company’s cement and lime division specializes in air handling system designs and retrofits, as well as emergency field services. Visit http://www.processbarron.com/cement-lime to learn more about ProcessBarron’s solutions for the cement industry.
ProcessBarron, based in Pelham, Ala., is a leader in the design, manufacturing, installation, and repair of air, gas, fuel, and ash handling equipment for a variety of heavy industrial applications. Established in 1981, ProcessBarron creates integrated solutions that include all components related to the movement of air, fuel, or other materials. Learn more about ProcessBarron at http://www.processbarron.com.