Fundamentals of Liquid Filtration
Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) August 27, 2012
The American Filtration and Separations Society(AFS) will be offering a day long training short course on the “Fundamentals of Liquid Filtration” on Monday, October 15, 2012 at the Embassy Suites Hotel Airport in Philadelphia, PA.
The “Fundamentals of Liquid Filtration” short course is perfect training for those who work in the filtration industry and want a strong basic understanding of the principles of liquid filtration and liquid separation. It is ideal for filter distributors, customer service representatives, sales professionals and engineers looking to have an edge in the filter industry.
The course gives an overview of solid liquid separation with discussions on depth filtration, cross flow filtration, membrane filters and solid liquid separation without a filter medium.
Examples of applications discussed include chemical processing, wastewater treatment and beverage production.
Properties, such as particle size, particle density, particle charge and particle shape are covered in the course. Particle size analyzers are discussed as well as particle counters.
Liquid properties are discussed, such as pH, volatility, corrosiveness and chemical composition.
Liquid filtration media, pretreatment, straining equipment, cake filtration equipment, depth filtration equipment, membrane filtration equipment, gravity settling equipment, centrifugal setting equipment and testing are all include in the course.
This course is an 8 hour program that starts at 8 AM and concludes at 5 PM with a break for lunch. Attendees receive a CEU certificate good for .8 credits.
The instructors for the course have a combined experience of over 100 years in the industry. This is an excellent opportunity to network with some of the top experts in the field of filtration and separation.
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AFS is the premier organization in North America dedicated to R&D, problem solutions and technology transfer in filtration and separation for the benefit of industrial processes, individual health and a clean environment.
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The AFS conferences and events bring together the industry leaders, presenting the greatest opportunity to meet and hear the newest information in filtration and separation technology.
Over the past two years over 300 organizations have sent representatives to AFS events. These companies understand the value of employees with knowledge of the latest information in filtration and separation technology.