Filtration+Separation is pleased to announce a brand new interactive webinar, in association with GE Energy. This online webinar is free to attend - just visit our registration page to sign up.
When: Wednesday 29 April 2009 Time: 3pm UK time, 4pm Central European time, 10am EST. Where: Registration is FREE. Simply, follow this link and reserve your place NOW!
The webinar will be moderated by Nova Dudley-Gough, Editor of Filtration+Separation magazine, and will cover the following topics:
1. Consistent performance and increased production with filtration fabrics
Using Preveil™ filtration fabrics Presenter: Gregory Coy, Product Manager, GE Energy (20 mins)
Your customers demand durable, high quality PTFE laminated fabrics for the production of bags and pleated products that help reduce energy costs, increase production and meet or exceed emissions requirements. Preveil fabrics can deliver consistent performance your customers need. Preveil fabrics are available “on-demand” globally.
2. Preventing contamination with microfiltration and venting membranes (20 min)
Using Aspire™ microfiltration and venting membranes Presenter: Christopher Keller, Product Manager, GE Energy (20 mins)
Aspire microfiltration media and venting solutions help protect sensitive equipment and packaging from contaminants while allowing the free flow of gases/vapors and equalizing system pressure. Used for protective packaging, and venting solutions for healthcare, electronic and automotive industries.
Greg Coy Greg has over 10 years of experience in the synthetic fibers and fabrics industry. His specialty of expertise is working with PTFE membrane fabrics used in industrial baghouses. He has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech, as well as a MBA degree from Duke University. As the Product Manager for micro-filtration media within GE Membrane, a division of GE's Environmental Services, Greg manages product development, marketing, and sales of the Preveil brand of air pollution and vacuum fabrics.
Chris Keller With over 21 years of experience in the micro-filtration industry, Chris has worked closely with numerous industry leaders to provide innovative solutions to their challenges. He holds a BS in Biochemistry as well as an MBA in Marketing from Hofstra University. Chris has been a member of the GE Membrane Technologies team for the past 5 years with responsibility for product management of membranes and laminates used in today's micro-filtration and micro-venting applications.
Remember - registration is freeand only takes a few minutes of your time to fill in your details.
We hope you enjoy Filtration+Separation webinar in assocation with GE Energy. Look out for details of future webinars for 2009 on the all-new Filtration+Separation website.