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Mar. 6, 2000, monthly meeting of the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, Alberta Section. The meeting will be held at the Ogden Legion Hall, 2625-78 Ave., S.E., Calgary, Alta. Ian Diven...


Mar. 6, 2000, monthly meeting of the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, Alberta Section. The meeting will be held at the Ogden Legion Hall, 2625-78 Ave., S.E., Calgary, Alta. Ian Diven will speak on Air Conditioning & Refrigeration–R12 to R134a Conversions. For reservations, contact Mike Lubich at (403) 245-5666, fax (403) 245-3257.

Mar. 6-7, 2000, Shutdown/Turnaround Management, a two-day conference from The Canadian Institute, offers strategies for planning and executing a shutdown and for post-shutdown analysis. Endorsed by the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC), the conference will be held at the Toronto Airport Hilton. To register, call (416) 927-7936, toll-free 1-877-927-7936; fax (416) 927-1563, toll-free fax 1-877-927-1563; or e-mail: mktg@cicomm.com.

Mar. 13-16, 2000, National Manufacturing Week, at McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. This industrial marketplace combines over 2,000 exhibitors into four inter-related shows: National Industrial Automation, National Industrial Enterprise IT, National Plant Engineering & Maintenance, and National Design Engineering. Exhibit area totals 600,000 sq ft. The show is produced by Reed Exhibition Companies. For more information, call 1-800-840-0678 or visit www.manufacturingweek.com.

Mar. 20-25, 2000, Hannover Fair 2000, in Hannover, Germany. More than 7,200 exhibitors will focus on industrial technology and services across six trade fairs: Factory Automation, CeMAT–Materials Handling and Logistics, Energy, Surface Treatment, Subcon Technology, and Research and Technology. Note that this year the Fair is one month earlier than usual. For more information, contact Co-Mar Management Services, at (416) 690-0331, toll-free 1-800-727-4183; fax (416) 690-1244; e-mail: comar@baldhead.com; web site: www.hfcanada.com. For an exhibitor list, visit the Hannover Fair web site at: www.hannovermesse.de.

Mar. 22-23, 2000, at the Novi Exposition Center, Novi, Mich., the Michigan Plant Engineering & Maintenance Show, sponsored by Professional Trade Shows, Inc. For further information, call Professional Trade Shows at (510) 354-3131; fax (510) 354-3159; e-mail: showinfo@proshows.com; web site: www.proshows.com.

Apr. 2-5, 2000, EASA 2000 Convention, at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif. For information on the Electrical Apparatus Service Association convention, contact the association at (314) 993-2220. Registration also is available through EASA’s web site at www.easa.com.

Apr. 4-6, 2000, IFPE 2000 – The International Exposition for Power Transmission, North America’s largest international exposition and technical conference for power transmission, takes place at McCormick Place Lakeside Centre in Chicago, Ill. The event is sponsored by the National Fluid Power Association, tel. (414) 778-3350; fax (414) 778-3361; e-mail: info@IFPE.com; web site: www.ifpe.com.

Apr. 5-6, 2000, at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort in Clearwater, Fla., PdMA will hold its 6th annual Motor Reliability Technical Conference. This year’s theme will be “Making the Connection: Correlating Reliability Technologies.” For more information, or to register, contact Kim Osterman at (813) 621-6463, toll-free 1-800-476-6463.

Apr. 5-7, 2000, an Institute for International Research conference, Performance Measurement for Maintenance, takes place in Toronto. It is endorsed by the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC). For further information, contact IIR at 1-800-941-9403; fax 1-800-284-4305; web site: www.iir-canada.com.

Apr. 10-12, 2000, from the Educational Program Innovations Centre (EPIC), an educational course, Fundamentals of Electrical Power Systems. Location: Quality Suites Toronto Airport, Toronto. Successful completion of the course qualifies participants to receive 1.8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs). To register, or for more information, call 1-888-374-2338, ext. 222; fax 1-800-866-6343; e-mail: epic@epic-edu.com; web site: www.epic-edu.com.

Apr. 10, 2000, monthly meeting of the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, Alberta Section. The meeting will be held at the Cedar Park Inn, 5116-103 St., Edmonton, Alta. Topic: Update of New Engine Oil Specifications & Formulations. Speaker: Don Riddell. Contact Brad Bienert at (780) 992-3968, fax (780) 992-3825 for reservations.

Apr. 10-12, 2000, at Wainbee, Mississauga, Ont., a hands-on training course on Machine Tool Elements. For more information, call 1-888-924-6233 or visit www.wainbee.com.

May 4-6, 2000, in Sherbrooke, Que., Salon Industriel de l’Estrie. Contact Les Promotions Andre Pageau at (418) 623-3383, fax (418) 623-5033.

June 11-13, 2000, at Queen’s Landing Inn & Conference Resort, Niagara-on-the-Lake, the 45th MEMAC Annual General Meeting for the Machinery and Equipment Manufacturers’ Association of Canada. For more information, contact MEMAC at (613) 232-7213; fax (613) 232-7381; e-mail: memac@istar.ca; web site: www.memac.org.

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