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K-Tron to present ‘Advances in Plastics Processing’ seminar

August 10, 2012

Program designed to offer technical overview and introduce methods of improving current operations and utilizing cost-saving technologies.

K-Tron, Pitman, NJ, is collaborating with ExxonMobil Chemical, Farrel Pomini, Leistritz, Maag Pump Systems, Maag Filtration Systems and Automatik Pelletizing Systems to present a technical seminar, “Advances in Plastics Processing,” offering plastics processors detailed analytical information about key topics and trends in the industry.

The seminar will cover the latest developments in polyolefin resins, continuous feeding and proportioning systems, compounders/extruders and mixers, pneumatic conveying systems, gear pumps, screen changers, filtration units and pelletizing systems.

The seminar will be held on Tuesday, September 18 at the The Westin Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, and on Thursday, September 20 at Sheraton Framingham in Framingham, MA.

To register online and download a seminar agenda, visit:

The one-day event offers an objective technical overview and introduces participants to methods of both improving current operations and utilizing new, cost-saving technologies. Course material is suitable for general managers, engineers, production and manufacturing personnel, researchers, purchasing managers, product development and process transfer personnel, and all others involved in the selection and operation of manufacturing equipment and raw materials. Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.  
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