Tradeshow and Training Triumphs for Byworth
A busy recent period for Byworth Boilers offered opportunities to catch up with existing clients, connect with new visitors and showcase some innovative products at two trade exhibitions held at Birmingham’s NEC.
Byworth’s stand at the Foodex and Plant and Asset Management shows saw the MX500 boiler take pride of place, in a compact (but complete) ‘boiler house’ installation, including ancillaries, demonstrating its space and resource saving qualities – perfect for smaller steam users.
The shows also saw the first public unveiling of Unity, the high-end control and monitoring solution designed by Jason Atkinson – a former Byworth apprentice who was on-hand to show off the full range of functionality and reporting available to visitors.
Demonstrating Unity’s superiority over alternative simulator systems, the Byworth team took remote control of a working steam boiler in real time for the duration of the show – a feat made all the more impressive by the fact it was over 130 miles away.
In the Maintenance Seminar Theater, Dr Ian Roberts enjoyed a great reception from the packed house that attended his presentation on ‘Aspects of Risk Management in the Boiler House’, a ‘taster’ introduction to Byworth’s more in-depth one-day training course; ‘A Risk Based Approach to Steam System Design’.
The presentation attendance and reaction showed many are unsure, or even unaware, of the need for a full risk assessment to cover steam plant installations and key factors to consider – but if you missed it, don’t worry; catch it again at the Combustion Engineering Association’s (CEA) BG01 and risk conferences in June and July.
Byworth’s next outing will be at European Bioenergy Expo and Conference on the 8th and 9th October at Stoneleigh Park, we hope to see you there.