Many types of industrial facilities have specific drainage requirements from sanitation and contamination to chemical resistance, temperature, mechanical stress, fire safety, and environmental factors. The right choice of drainage materials, methods, and attention to proper engineering practices can help to mitigate different types of contamination and corrosion that can affect drainage systems while providing installation and operational benefits.
Join us to learn how to:
- Identify the risks associated from improperly specified drainage materials
- Identify the primary considerations when selecting drainage materials for specific applications
- Analyze and evaluate the performance of various drainage materials
- Describe the unique advantages and benefits of various drainage systems
- Compare the cost ramifications of different drainage solutions
Western Regional Sales Manager for BLÜCHER
and Industrial Sales Manager for Mueller Steam
Scott Steindler is the Industrial Sales Manager for Mueller Steam and Western Regional Sales Manager for BLÜCHER, both divisions of Watts Water Technologies. His background includes a multitude of roles in the plumbing industry as a Plumbing and Fire Protection Designer, Wholesaler, Contractor, and Manufacturers’ Representative. Scott has served as the ASPE Region IV Director, Vice-President of Membership and Vice-President Technical for the National Society Board of ASPE; he has also served in various positions on the local Boards of the Los Angeles, Charlotte, and New Orleans Chapters of ASPE. Scott has earned his FASPE, CPD, GPD, LEED-AP BD+C, and ARCSA-AP (IS), and GGP accreditations during his career as a Plumbing Designer. He currently resides in Phoenix, AZ with his two sons.
By attending the entire webinar, you can receive 0.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE).
This ASPE-accredited webinar is sponsored by Watts®