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Overview of Particulate Handling Technology Identifying Bulk Solids Handling Problems

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Particulate Handling Technology

Register now to attend this 2 or 3 day course at the Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology

Overview of Particulate Handling Technology;

2 day course with one day (optional) practical session in our labs
£1,075 for the full course; £695 for 2 days (discounts for multiple bookings)
1 – 3 October 2013
Venue: Kent

This course aims to provide the knowledge to assist you in identifying bulk solids handling problems and the techniques which can be employed to overcome them.

The following topics will be covered:

- Vessel design, including dimensions, feeders and discharge aids;

- Characterisation of materials;

- Pneumatic and mechanical handling;

- Feeder interfacing;

- Instrumentation and control of solids handling systems

- Dust control including ATEX Compliance

- Bulk Property measurement

- Big Bag emptying

Following the 2 days theory session, an optional practical session in our labs has been arranged to practice and further examine the techniques discussed.

A previous delegate said; “ I would highly recommend the Wolfson Centre Short Courses to anyone working in, or looking to work in, bulk solids”: Steve Plumridge; Cantium Scientific.

To find out more information or to register for this course, visit http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/schools/engineering/wolfsoncentre/coupro/sc/pht

For information on our services and a full calendar of courses available please visit www.bulksolids.com

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