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Heat Exchanger Design Training Class

Heat Exchanger Design Training Class

Heat Exchanger Design Training Class

Codeware is now offering a training class for mechanical design of heat exchangers. The first class is May 22-24. The class will be taught by Mr. Don Kurle of Codeware. Don has many years of practical experience in design, operation, and maintenance of heat exchangers for major corporations. See our web site for more information (www.codeware.com).

Companies interested in having numerous attendees may find it more cost-effective to have Don go to your location.

This is the course that I've have been looking for myself for several years. I have seen some courses for process or thermal design of heat exchangers but I have never seen one offered for mechanical design. This is it!

  Tom Barsh
  Codeware Technical Support

RE: Heat Exchanger Design Training Class

Great. I'm looking forward to the step-by-step review of Part UHX.

Thanks Tom.

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