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8 training found
This course is designed for one to learn the basic solid/liquid separation (or called liquid filtration) from industrial application perspective. The full spectrum of solid/liquid separation technology, available equipment, and applications will be discussed. Simple underlining principle, applicable testing methods, technology selection criteria and equipment design are also included so one can be aware of options and competing...
Learn the overall spectrum of solid/gas separation. Understand the principles behind your filtration so your filter meets your needs. Realize the competing technologies.
Learn in-depth knowledge of the various types of microporous membranes including: Strengths and Weaknesses, Performance Characteristics, Integrity Testing, Retention Efficiency, Ratings and Comparisons. Learn to differentiate between microporous, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, and reverse osmosis membranes.
This course provides an in depth study of the Ultrafiltration membranes typically used in the Pharmaceutical, Microelectronic, Food and Beverage, Water and Waste Water, Coatings, Chemical, Oil and Gas, Laboratory, and Medical Markets.
This course is designed for one to learn the basic air filtration and its applications in HVAC, transportation (mainly engine air intake, cabin air), industrial dust removal, gas turbine, paint spray booth, clean room, hot gas filtration, air purification, personal protection, and specialties. The market, technologies, emerging challenges, and trends for future development will be discussed.
Filtration and separation media is the heart and soul of every filter, filtration process and plays the key role in virtually every application. The construction of each medium is unique with specific design and functional advantages are all clearly described. This in-depth course covers eight major filtration media categories and over twenty distinctive formats and consistently is one of the most attended and highly-rated of...
The design of reverse osmosis treatment systems utilizing spiral wound membrane elements is affected by numerous factors such as feedwater quality and temperature. The quality of the permeate stream is a function of the specific design, and requires a thorough understanding of a number of design parameters.
The short course aims to give attendees a basic knowledge of AM, the process and what is involved within the development of additive industrial parts. Not only will the course discuss the AM process but will also focus on Designing for Additive Manufacture (DfAM) and how it differs to conventional designing. Backed with case studies relating to the filtration industry, the delegates will leave with a wider understanding of the potential benefits AM...