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Practical Membrane Technology Short Course

6/5/13 to 6/7/13
Crowne Plaza Hotel & Suites
3 Appletree Square
Bloomington, MN
United States
The 25th annual Practical Membrane Technology Short Course will mark the 8th consecutive year that Dairy Foods Magazine and Filtration & Membrane World LLC have partnered to produce this one of a kind event.  This 2 ½ day Short Course will focus on the basics of membrane technology and process design as well as new membrane technologies, materials and applications.  In addition, guided facility tours will be held on the 3rd day of the short course allowing you to get up close and personal with new and existing membrane products and processes. 
 
The Practical Membrane Technology Short Course is a great resource for professionals in dairy, beverage, food processing, functional ingredients and bioactives industries looking for new methods to eliminate process bottleneck, enhance efficiency and offer new products to increase their profitability.  Industry experts come together for this annual event to share their knowledge and expertise in an interactive forum allowing participants to get the most out of their experience.  Participants will benefit from exceptional networking with presenters, sponsors and peers at this live, in-person experience.   You cannot afford to miss this must-attend event!
 

Why Attend?

 
  • Review market & membrane technologies before you invest in a new membrane system
  • Find out how to tap into energy saving technologies
  • Learn how to eliminate common membrane process and application mistakes that cost you money
  • Gain solutions on how to minimize membrane fouling and scaling problems
  • Discover ways you can eliminate pitfalls from pilot testing
  • Explore cleaning solutions to improve membrane performance
  • Network with industry experts and peers to strengthen professional relationships

Who Attends?

 
  • Research & Development Managers
  • Plant  Managers
  • Production Supervisors
  • Technicians
  • Chemists
  • Scientists
  • Processors
  • Plant Engineers
  • Product Formulators
  • Equipment Manufacturers
  • Sales & Marketing Specialists
  • Quality Control/Assurance Managers
…and anyone else interested in learning about filtration and membrane technology

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