Chuck Thiele is practically a household name in the plastics industry. His career in conveying and blending systems for plastics processors began in the 1960's. He has international experience and he holds several patents, all relating to vacuum conveying and systems design.
Jim Zinski has over 20 years of experience in the plastics industry, including 15 years in resin handling systems. He has degrees from Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh.
This is a two part presentation. Part 1 covers design techniques to consider for improving your existing conveying system or to plan a new system. The focus will be on Velocity, Vacuum and System Hardware Components.
In Part 2, actual viewer applications and questions will be addressed live, and we invite all registrants to submit their topics in advance for a free evaluation and possible inclusion the presentation.
Primary Topics (what the registrant will learn):
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