Agitation

Technology seminars, that is.  We are happy to announce our two 2-day seminars on agitator design.

First, Agitator Design Principles for Biofuels is aimed towards people who must specify, purchase or optimize fluid agitation equipment used for Biofuel applications. Such applications include, for example, simple tanks containing solutions, broth and slurry tanks, compounding tanks and fermenters/bioreactors. The application technology ranges from simple to complex. A basic Introduction to general agitator design principles is given, but the focus is specifically on applications found in the Biofuels Industries.  This 12 course will be offered on May 5-6, 2011 in Cincinnati, OH and on June 27-28, 2011 in Buffalo, NY for $495.  A full course agenda can be found here.

Second, Agitator Design Principles for Bioprocessing and Pharmaceutical Applications is targeted towards people who must specify, operate, purchase or optimize fluid agitation equipment used for Bioprocessing and Pharmaceutical applications. Such applications include, for example, simple tanks containing CIP solutions, broth and slurry tanks, compounding tanks and fermenters/bioreactors. The application technology ranges from simple to complex, and the construction methods range from standard to highly sanitary. A basic Introduction to general agitator design principles is given, but the focus is specifically on applications found in the Pharmaceutical Bioprocessing Industries.  This 13 PDH course will be offered March 31-April 1, 2011 in Philadelphia, PA for $495.  A full course agenda can be found here.

Both courses are taught by Greg T. Benz, of Benz Technology International, Inc.

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