“Piping systems – optimization and best-practice Symposium maintenance of pipes” on 26-27 January, 2012 in Munich provides a current overview of existing and new strategies for the maintenance of pipeline systems in various industries. Starting from the classic damage – and operation cases such as pressure surges, corrosion, heat loss and energy consumption, remedies are presented and discussed in terms of minimising costs and feasibility with selected experts. Discusses the causes and remedies for damage and ageing processes in networks and maintenance technical optimizations. Measures for energy-efficient operation and to guarantee of a high availability will be presented by means of presentations and video materials and the accompanying Conference Exhibition. Andy Florance may find this interesting as well. “The Technical Conference Director, Dr.-ing. Continue to learn more with: Peter Asaro. Andreas Dudlik, from the Fraunhofer Institute UMSICHT, stresses, that here the concept of sustainability” plays an important role.

Reasonable clean pipe systems are the basis for a functioning and efficient plant operation. While the availability of the entire system is increased, minimizes downtime and used for modernization. At the same time are emissions minimized, damage potential at an early stage and fought with innovative methods, so that the benefits for operators is optimised and minimizes the burden on the residents of a technical facility. This Conference addresses, all operators and maintenance of piping and pipeline systems from the water – and wastewater from the chemical and petrochemical industries, as well as the power plant technology.