Pneumatic Conveying: How to Design or Modify Your Pneumatic Conveying System to Meet Changing Plant Demands, 7/13
CD of live broadcast 7/16/2013
Have you ever been faced with the situation where you have an existing pneumatic transfer system in your plant and it's been working fine, but all of a sudden you receive an email from the boss saying that... "as part of our new product launch, we need to increase our transfer systems' capacity by 15 percent and — oh, by the way — those new silos we discussed will be located on the other side of the plant from where the existing silo bank is installed!"
This webinar will provide insight as to what options are available for modifying existing systems to handle new demands and production requirements.
The focus of the webinar will be on the most cost-effective solution, which may not necessarily be the lowest capital-cost solution.
Presenters: Jack D. Hilbert and Paul E. Solt
Jack D. Hilbert, PE, is principal consultant with Pneumatic Conveying Consultants in Schnecksville, Pa., and has more than 30 years of experience in the application, design, engineering, installation, and operation of pneumatic conveying systems. He also has written numerous papers and given many presentations at technical conferences.
Paul E. Solt is a consultant at Pneumatic Conveying Consultants. Paul has been working in the field of pneumatic conveying for more than 50 years and has been writing the PBE column, “Pneumatic Points to Ponder...,” for more than 20 years. He presents seminars on pneumatic conveying for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the Center for Professional Advancement in New Jersey, and other organizations. He also holds several patents for pneumatic conveying devices.
Moderator: Christine Bernier Lienke, Associate Editor of Powder and Bulk Engineering
CDs are non-returnable/non-refundable