Industrial Insulation Masters Course
The 2020 Johns Manville Industrial Masters Course has been cancelled. The event will return in May 2021.
This course is a free, two-day course designed specifically for mechanical engineers, contractors, facility owners, and operations personnel. We have partnered with experts throughout the industrial insulation industry to develop course content that addresses how to effectively design and maintain industrial insulation systems. At the Industrial Masters Course, you’ll have opportunities to bring your questions to the experts and share best practices with peers throughout the industry while earning
Date: May 2021
Location: South Shore Harbour Resort and Conference Center
League City, Texas, USA
Industrial facilities have are experiencing evolving requirements for both thermal insulation and noise control. Learn how to design systems that can reduce inefficiencies and maintain
Learn the unique features and benefits of multiple high-temp insulation materials to ensure you have consistent performance that meets your specifications and performance criteria.
Insulation as passive fire protection function is a growing design consideration. Learn key details you need to know when designing a system for safety and performance.
Learn how to interpret ASTM Corrosion test methods to better understand how insulation impacts the corrosive mechanism. Find out what the results mean and how to utilize the data to design systems that help inhibit corrosion under insulation.
A key component to preventing CUI is to have a well-sealed system. Learn the differences between mastics, adhesives, and coatings and where you should be using each material.
Pipe coatings can be a key component to inhibiting CUI, but it’s important to understand how they work, where you should apply them, and their longevity. Learn about the various coatings available and how to use them in industrial applications.
Learn the critical components to insulating cryogenic systems and specifying and installing polyisocyanurate (PIR) insulation systems. We will be outlining exactly where you can (and should) use PIR.
Metal jacketing can have an enormous impact on system performance, protection, and CUI. Learn the details of metal jacketing options.
Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) is an analysis methodology and process that, as opposed to condition-based inspection, requires qualitative or quantitative assessment of the probability of failure (PoF) and the consequence of failure (CoF) associated with each equipment item, piping circuits included, in a particular process unit. Learn how to properly-implement an RBI program.
Expert Panel: Acoustical Systems
A collection of experts will discuss challenges and solutions for designing, installing and maintaining acoustical systems. The panel will cover these topics and more:
- Discuss options to simplify designs to minimize layers of insulation and reduce costs
- Understand the requirements of ISO 15665 vs real-world requirements
- Find out how to optimize combined thermal acoustic systems
- Consider changes in noise regulations and what it could mean for acoustic systems
- Explore concerns for Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI) in acoustical systems
Insulation Product Demos
Learn how the pros install various insulation materials to better understand insulation applications, and walk-away with insight to enhance system design and avoid costly maintenance issues. The featured installations will be:
- TRYMER® PIR an LNG application
- MinWool-1200® Pipe Insulation per the configurations for ISO 15665 (acoustical control)
- Thermo-1200® Calcium Silicate Curved Segments for large diameter pipes and vessels
Crawfishin' & Networkin'
DATE: May 2021
TIME: 5PM - 7PM CT
Join your indsutry peers for drinks and a crawfish boil immediately following day 1 of the course. You can challenge each other to an all-you-can-eat competition or connect with people in the industry and grow your network.
Who should attend the Industrial Masters Course?
The Industrial Masters Course is designed for engineers and facility owners and operators. It is an excellent way to dive into the details and materials that can help improve how you design and specify insulation systems. We have manufacturers throughout the industry presenting on the latest corrosion research, the science and strategies behind using their materials, cryogenic applications, and more.
Who will be presenting at the Industrial Masters Course?
JM invites presenters throughout the industrial industry to help ensure the content is rich and relevant. This year, we have an exciting lineup of presenters, including individuals from Foster and PPG.
How much does the Industrial Masters Course cost?
Johns Manville offers the Industrial Masters Course for free to all attendees.
Where will the Industrial Masters Course be hosted?
South Shore Harbour Resort & Conference Center
2500 South Shore Blvd | League City, TX 77573
Does Johns Manville cover the cost of a hotel?
No, your room and board during your attendance will be at your expense. Johns Manville does not book rooms for the attendees for the Industrial Masters Course.
Where should I book a hotel?
A limited room block is available at the South Shore Harbour Resort at the rate of $129.00 Deadline: April 23, 2019 - Call for Reservations: 261-334-1000.
Will meals be served?
A light breakfast and lunch will be served both days. Johns Manville will also host a dinner on the evening of the 14th where you can relax and socialize after Day 1 of the Industrial Masters Course.
Can my coworkers come?
Yes! If you have a colleague who may be interested in attending the course, please invite them. The course is limited to 100 seats, however, so tell them to act quickly to reserve their spot.
I have special dietary restrictions, who do I contact?
What's the expected attire?
Business casual attire (slacks and button up shirts) is most common during the course sessions. During the dinner hosted by JM on the 14th, jeans are appropriate as well.
Will there be opportunities to handle materials?
Samples may be handed around the class for educational purposes. There will also be a product demo on Day 2 of the course.
How do the CEU Credits work?
After the course, you will be emailed a Certificate of Completion that may be submitted for 12 CEU credits. The Industrial Masters Course content is provided for professional development purposes only. It is intended to assist attendees in retaining and expanding their knowledge base. Acceptance of the certificate as CEU credit is at the discretion of the organization that receives the submittal. You must attend the entire course to receive your Certificate of Completion.