Santa Clara Valley IEEE Power & Energy and Industry Applications Societies
Cosponsored by nVent, IEEE Foundation, and OEB IAS
Please join us August 28, 2019 for the 200th IEEE Milestone award for:
The Electric Self-Regulating Heat Tracing Milestone
IEEE Historical Comments: Mr. Dick Ahrons, SCV Milestone Chair
nVent leadership role: Mr. Brad Faulconer, President nVent Thermal
Milestone Presentation: Mr. Jim Jeffries, 2018 IEEE President
Comments from inventors: Mr. Chet Sandberg, and more!
Comments from founder:
Location: nVent, 899 Broadway Street, Redwood City, CA 94063
Parking at: 2501 Bay Road, Redwood City, CA 94063
When: Wednesday, August 28, 2019, 1:00 to 2:00. Please arrive 10 min early to allow time to park and walk from the 2501 Bay Road parking lot to 899 Broadway. Light snacks.
Advance Registration required. First come, first served! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ieee-milestone-award-invention-of-the-conductive-polymer-self-regulating-heater-tickets-66136729739
Cost: Free for IEEE members
200th IEEE Milestone Award
First milestone for IAS & PCIC!
Learn about benefits in energy efficiency and water conservation!
Learn about application of nano technology to Polymers!
Meet some key inventors from the early days!
IEEE milestones are sponsored by IEEE History Center and the local section to recognize major inventions or breakthroughs across the globe and across the profession. The Conductive Polymer Self Regulation Heater was a key invention used to regulate temperature of remote installations with compelling significance to the petroleum industry. Here is a description of how the Self Regulation Heater works:
|How Self Regulating Heating Cable Works This video, courtesy of Raychem, provides a short but informative understanding of how self regulating heat tracing cable (sometimes referred to as “heat tape”) works. Self regulating heating cable is used in industrial processes for pipe and tank temperature maintenance and freeze protection. For more information, contact: Instrument … www.youtube.com|
See you there! Steve Jordan
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