Chemical Processing Announces Condition Monitoring Webinar; DuPont, Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals Both to Speak

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Operational efficiency key concepts to be discussed; what it will take to bring condition monitoring programs in to the next decade also explored.

“We are very excited about bringing such a high caliber of experts together,” states Traci Purdum, Senior Editor at ChemicalProcessing.com

Chemical Processing today announced a new Webinar that will bring leading chemical-industry experts together to discuss condition monitoring solutions in an informative exchange that will include Webinar attendees. Operational efficiency key concepts to be discussed; what it will take to bring condition monitoring programs in to the next decade also explored. Live Webinar takes place on March 24, 2010, at 2 p.m. ET.

“We are very excited about bringing such a high caliber of experts together,” states Traci Purdum, Senior Editor at ChemicalProcessing.com and the Webinar’s moderator. “Today, chemical processing professionals are looking at every aspect of their operations in an effort to improve overall performance cost effectively. Giving our Chemical Processing community access to such talent is a win for them, and for us too.”

Webinar panelists will each speak for 15 minutes and include Michael Eisenbise, BP Reliability Engineer and Chairman of the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals; R. Earl Ziegler, DuET Rotating Machinery Group, DuPont Engineering (NYSE: DD); Renard Klubnik, Applications Engineer, Wilcoxon Research; and Rod Ellsworth, VP of Global Asset Sustainability, Infor. A 15 minute Q&A session will follow the presentations where Webinar attendees' questions will be posed to to the presenters.

This Condition Monitoring Webinar is the first Webinar in the newly developed CP Panel Discussion Series. Produced and offered by Chemical Processing, the CP Panel Discussion Series brings together industry experts on a variety of topics of significant importance to chemical processors worldwide. Upcoming topics to be covered include: The Latest Trends in Energy Efficiency, The Latest CFATS Regulations, Dry Materials, and Dust Control/Emissions. To learn more about the CP Panel Discussion Series, go to http://www.chemicalprocessing.com/cpseries

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