CEC Exhibiting At The 42nd Turbomachinery & 29th International Pump Symposia

Exhibiting at Booth 653

Join CEC Vibration Products at the 42nd Turbomachinery & 29th International Pump Symposia in Houston, Texas from October 1-3, 2013. Visit us at booth 653 to learn about CEC’s latest products and services. CEC will be presenting the perfect solutions needed to fill the requirements of those looking to protect and monitor critical equipment and machinery.

About the 2013 Pump/Turbo Symposia

The Turbomachinery Laboratory sponsors two annual symposia, held in the Fall of each year, to promote professional development, technology transfer, peer networking, and information exchange among industry professionals.

These two events are led by engineers with vast experience in the petrochemical, process, chemical, utility, contractor, and consulting fields, along with manufacturers of rotating equipment and fluid-handling equipment from around the world.

Both symposia feature lectures, tutorials, case studies, discussion groups, and short courses, as well as exhibits of the latest services and full-sized equipment. These international meetings emphasize the technology and troubleshooting that users need in today’s challenging workplace.

The Turbomachinery Symposium continues to be the only meeting organized by users for users. The members of the Advisory Committee, who provide overall guidance, are recognized leaders in the rotating equipment and power generation community.

The Symposium is an outstanding value for users concerned with maintenance, performance, troubleshooting, operation, and purchase of rotating equipment.
The technical sessions provide an opportunity for attendees to select lectures, tutorials, discussion groups, and case studies that best meet their personal and professional needs and interests.

The exhibits feature products from many key companies in the industry. Exhibiting companies normally send their “first-team” players to this symposium; hence, you can get knowledgeable help at the exhibit hall, in addition to seeing major exhibits of equipment.

Credit: Texas A&M University – Turbolab