John Brune - Indeeco
Mark Cornwell - Indeeco
Traditionally, pipeline heating has been achieved by using various forms of steam or electric heat tracing. These solutions require on-going maintenance in addition to performance and safety concerns. In this session, we’ll look at impedance heating, a simple and proven pipe heating technology that is safe almost eliminates maintenance and improves reliability. You’ll leave with a basic understanding of the technology as well as ways to incorporate it into your facility.
Note: Ideally suited for feedlines and transfer lines with long runs and elevated temperatures (>250ᵒF)
Mark Cornwell is an Application Engineer for Indeeco. Mark has a BS in Technical Physics from Missouri State University and a MBA from the University of Missouri. Mark has 32 years of experience working in a variety of sales functions for Indeeco. A career highlight was a large almost $500,000 impedance system for a plant expansion requiring multiple site visits from early concept to start-up, over an 18-month period.
John Brune is the Director of Marketing & Corporate Accounts for Indeeco. He’s been with Indeeco for seven years in various sales and marketing roles. During his time with Indeeco, he’s worked closely with hundreds of organizations to develop custom heating solutions. John has four children ages 9 to 9 months who keep his free time to a minimum.