The BTI seminars cover the fundamental and practical aspects of the operation, maintenance, and performance improvement of Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs) used on utility and industrial boilers and other processes. The lectures are intended to give participants a broad range of knowledge of the factors which affect ESP performance including ESP design, process or fuel variations and ESP operation, and maintenance practices.
Course Director: William J. Borowy
William J. Borowy is Vice President of Bedford Technologies, Inc., where he is responsible for providing clients with technical support during the design, operation, maintenance and trouble-shooting of air pollution control systems. Mr. Borowy has provided consulting services to utility and industrial end-users of pollution control equipment, manufacturers of ESPs and baghouses and the U.S. EPA. He has served as a member of the Environmental Control Systems Task Force of the Electric Power Research Institute and as Chairman of the Particulate Controls Committee of the A.S.M.E. Mr. Borowy has authored several papers and conducted seminars on performance improvement, energy conservation, and trouble-shooting of ESPs.
Who Should Attend BTI Seminars?
The BTI seminars are intended for engineers, operators and maintenance personnel involved with the design, selection, operations and maintenance or upgrade of ESPs. The seminar is directed towards those who work with precipitators used to collect fly ash from coal-fired boilers as well as those involved with ESPs used in the paper, chemical, petrochemical, petroleum refining, metals and cement industries.
Electrostatic Precipitation Seminars are typically given several times a year at various locations — BTI headquarters, on site at mills and plants, and also in Ft. Lauderdale or Myrtle Beach area.
On-site seminars can be tailored to your specific needs, and can include a hands-on session.