2021 Hot-Dip Galvanized Sheet Operations Course
Tuesday, January 26th – Wednesday, January 27th – Thursday, January 28th, 2021
Course will be held Virtually
About the Course:
The GalvInfo Center, a program of the International Zinc Association, sponsors a 3-day webinar providing a comprehensive overview of hot dip galvanized sheet production covering:
- coating line production processes
- coating weight control
- post galvanizing surface treatments
- coated sheet defects
- zinc bath management principles and technology
The course deals primarily with the operation of continuous galvanizing lines, including the metallurgical processes involved. A review and listing of key process variable is included. There will be a ‘live’ ZOOM question and answer session at the end of the course.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone interested in expanding his or her knowledge of the basic principles of galvanized steel sheet production. The course is especially beneficial to process engineers, maintenance personnel, production operators, and process related quality assurance staff. R&D engineers, technical sales people, and anyone whose job requires knowledge of how coated sheet is made will benefit. Equipment manufacturers and industry service suppliers can also benefit from this course.
The course registration fee for individuals is USD200. If there are more than 5 individuals attending from the same company, each additional individual may register for USD100. All fees are due by January 22, 2021. Course certificates for CEU credits will be issued for each attendee. After the course, all presentations will be available for viewing until March 30th, as will a link to downloadable PDF versions of the presentations.
Cancellation / Substitution
Cancellations and registration refunds will be accepted up until January 15, 2021, subject to a USD50 administrative fee. All cancellations must be received in writing prior to the cut-off date.
IZA/GalvInfo Center – Hot-Dip Galvanized Sheet Operations Course Program
January 26-28, 2021 – Virtual Online