Steel Training For Those Dealing With Flat Rolled, Pipe & Tube, And Long Products
In response to the need for quality steel training classes, Steel Market Update is working with Iron Angels of Colorado to present: Steel 101: An Introduction to the Making & Rolling of Steel. Our first workshop will be held on April 6-7, 2011 in Houston, Texas at the Hilton Post Oak Hotel.
This workshop is a comprehensive overview of the steel-making process exposing you to the raw materials, the various furnaces used to produce raw steel, and the rolling processes needed to take semi-finished products through to finished plate, flat rolled, pipe & tube or long products. Through this conference, you will understand:
* - The various pieces of equipment used to make raw steel.
* - Processes needed to produce semi-finished and finished steels.
* - Differences between plate, flat rolled, pipe & tube and long products.
* - The ASTM requirements for the various flat and long products.
* - Various types of steels and their end uses.
This workshop is for those who recognize the need to understand the industry in more detail whether your position is steel sales, steel purchasing, support staff or management.
If you want to know the differences between conversion, re-rolling, fully integrated and mini-mills – you are a candidate for Steel 101.
If you are in a management position and you have got one or more “stars” coming up through the ranks – they are candidates for Steel 101.
If you don’t recognize ASTM A606, ASTM A6/A6M, ASTM A516/A516M, ASTM A570, ASTM A623, ASTM A653 – and much, much more – you are a candidate for Steel 101.
If you are a steel “heavy hitter” who feels a little “tweaking” of the old noggin never hurt – you are a candidate for Steel 101.
If you are the boss and the “kids” are asking you questions and the answers aren’t flowing quite as fast as they used to – you are a candidate for Steel 101.
Early bird discounts end on February 1, 2011.