Attend Downstream Virtual FOR FREE

Jun 09, 2020 / Events

HarbisonWalker International remains committed to serving our industry; creating new ways to connect, collaborate, and keep our world moving during this uncertain period. Many of the industry events and trade shows we eagerly look forward to each year have either been postponed or cancelled. Fortunately, one of the most significant meeting places for Downstream capital project, engineering, maintenance, reliability & turnaround professionals will be hosted virtually!

Beginning today through Thursday, June 9 – 11, take the opportunity to learn from 40+ online sessions and interact with over 150 speakers!

HarbisonWalker International is once again proud to sponsor Downstream Virtual – The World Stage for the Petrochemical, Chemicals, LNG and Refining industry – Join us by clicking here to sign up for FREE!


About HarbisonWalker International

With more than 150 years of industry leadership, HarbisonWalker International (HWI) is the largest supplier of refractory products and services in the United States. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the company’s international network spans North America, Europe, and Asia, with 19 manufacturing plants, 30 global sourcing centers, and technology facilities in both the United States and China. Serving virtually every major industry that requires refractory solutions to enhance production and protect assets, HWI is consistently recognized for its talented experts, industry firsts, and intensely driven excellence.



Refractory Industry contribution to value creation

Refractories are used in a wide range of different industrial applications...

As We Tackle the Future Together

You can count on us to anticipate, respond, and deliver like no one else...

HWI to Participate in Virtual ICR

CEO and WRA President Carol Jackson will deliver the keynote address, Charting the Future of Refractories in a Global Environment of Uncertainty...

Why is the refractory industry essential?

Without refractories, many industries, and the products they produce, simply would not exist.