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ISA Hamilton Section
November 2011 - Update

November - Chilly TemperaturesIn This Issue:

1 - Our Upcoming Meeting - November 30th
2 - EXPO 2011 - Planning for Success - March 22nd, 2011
3 - Your Subscription & Privacy

LakesideThis issue of  ISA Hamilton Section e-News is sponsored by Lakeside Controls.
For more information on how you can support the ISA Hamilton Section and promote your company to ~1000 local  automation professionals.... 
Contact Ashok Saha at marketing@isahamilton.com.


Our Upcoming Meeting

Date: Tuesday - November 30th, 2010
Time: 6:00 PM  -  Networking and Dinner
6:30 PM  -  Meeting & Presentation
RSVP: ISA Hamilton Section cordially invites you to participate in a unique opportunity to network with Industry Experts and your Automation Peers. In addition to an interesting and informative presentation, a complementary luncheon/meal will be provided. (Don't forget to advise us of any dietary restrictions you might have) 
Please RSVP by Friday morning - November 26th (or sooner) to allow us sufficient time to organize the meal and any dietary restrictions.
To confirm your attendance....
(1) Send an e-mail message to our Program Chairman (Ashok Saha) at program@isahamilton.com
(2) Submit the Meeting Attendance Confirmation form which you access by clicking on this link: http://www.isahamilton.com/form/meetings.html 
++ RSVP by Friday - October 22nd or sooner ++
Venue: Pinetree Restaurant
397 Centennial Parkway North
Hamilton, Ontario
Google Maps  >>  Map/Directions to Pinetree Restaurant

Essential Equipment Monitoring


In addition to process critical assets found in industry, there's also a host of essential assets that make up the balance of the plant such as pumps, motors, blowers, heat exchangers and fans. Monitoring of these assets in the past has proved difficult and costly so they have been monitored typically on a route based manual basis. This meant that readings and measurements were taken approximately monthly. "Wouldn't it be better if... " you could continuously, cost effectively monitor essential assets and when an asset was beginning to fail, the operator is alerted so that he can follow preventative procedures to avoid production impact, environmental and safety incidents and excessive costs from catastrophic failure? Let us show you how easy it is.

Speaker: Brent Gattoni - Lakeside Process Controls
  LakesideBrent Gattoni has been involved in the reliability industry for the past 15 years both as an analyst and primary consultant.  He has worked with a wide variety of industries including: automotive, steel, metals and mining, pulp and paper and chemicals and food and beverage.  Brent is currently a Reliability Specialist (since 2002) at Lakeside Process Controls representing the Emerson Process Management division of CSi.


ISA Hamilton - EXPO 2011 - Planning for Success

Planning and coordination for ISA Hamilton EXPO 2011 is already well underway,  and
we're looking forward to another Great Day on Tuesday - March 22, 2011.

For more information on how your company/organization can participate and showcase your products & services to the instrumentation and automation professionals in the Golden Horseshoe... 
Please contact Alice Kelly
Telefax to:  (905) 332 - 4127 or
E-Mail to:   expo@isahamilton.com  -or- 

Be sure to mark your calendar and plan on joining us for EXPO 2011.


Your Subscription & Privacy

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