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Practical Distillation Technology

This Practical Distillation Technology course provides comprehensive coverage of distillation technology, with particular emphasis on the problems that can occur and how to solve them.

The course - which takes place 11-13th September 2017, London, UK - provides an opportunity to develop a working knowledge of key techniques that can promote trouble-free operation and reduce distillation cost.

The course is delivered by Henry Z. Kister who, with more than 30 years in all phases of distillation, is a recognised specialist across the world.

He is extensively involved in field consulting, start-up and troubleshooting, as well as being the Director of Fractionation Technology at Fluor Corp.

He has written three distillation textbooks and has delivered this course numerous times in the UK and for major corporations across the world.

One of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) most popular courses, it will benefit any engineering or supervisory personnel who are involved in operating, troubleshooting, de-bottlenecking, designing and starting-up distillation processes.

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London, UK
11-13th September 2017
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Tackling issues in space engineering

Gear specialist Harmonic Drive UK will be presenting its research on dry lubrication and what the future holds for this technology at the European Space Mechanisms and Tribology Symposium (ESMATS) from September 20nd-22th, at the University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK.

The session will present the findings of the company’s research into dry lubrication.

One of the biggest challenges when making gears for use in space is effective lubrication. Gear lubricants are often at risk due to the adverse operating conditions of space, with the low ambient pressure and extreme temperature range posing a particular challenge by causing changes in viscosity and evaporation rate. These changes ultimately affect gear performance and longevity.


University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK
20th-22nd September 2017
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Bio-Based Live

There has never been a more exciting time to work in the bio-based industry with global production of bio-based chemicals expected to increase to at least $12.2bn by 2021.

As part of our aim to support the shift towards bio-based products and the circular economy we bring you the second annual Bio-Based Live, hosted in San Diego, CA on September 26-27.

Our cutting-edge agenda focuses on the development of bio-based and green innovations that are cost-competitive at commercial scale and placing bio-based and green adoption at the heart of sustainability strategies. Click HERE to learn more.


San Diego, CA, USA
September 26-27, 2017
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Sensors & Instrumentation 2017

Sensors & Instrumentation returns to the NEC, Birmingham, UK, on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 September 2017.

And in line with the show’s continued growth, it’s moving to the larger and more accessible Hall 1, located right at the NEC’s main entrance.

More than 80 market-leading suppliers will be at the show to demonstrate all the latest products and solutions, with exciting feature areas and groundbreaking seminars adding yet more value to the visitor experience.

Exhibitors include Binder, Bronkhorst UK, Dewesoft, EA Technology, Fischer Connectors, Gantner Instruments, Huba , Infratec, Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG, Jumo Instrument Co Ltd, Keller, Korea Railroad Research Institute, Lighthouse (UK), M+P International, Meggit Sensing Systems, KDP Electronics, Metasphere, Michell Instruments, PR Electronics, Pressure Sensor Limited, Sensor Technology, Shawcity, Techni Measure, Visual UK, Yokogawa UK and many more besides!

Ian Goldsbrough, sales manager for IR Detectors in the UK & Ireland explains the company’s reasons for exhibiting at the show this year: “Back in 2011 we were fairly new to selling direct to the UK market so needed a platform to reach new potential customers for our sensors and the Sensor Technology exhibition, which became Sensors & Instrumentation, seemed the obvious place. Although then the exhibition was quite small, it attracted the right sort on companies for our product and we have therefore taken a stand every year since.”

Ian continues: “Over the years I have seen the exhibition grow both in the number of companies exhibiting and visitors attending.The quality of the visitors remains high because it is such a dedicated show for the sensors and instrumentation industry and it is the only one in the UK. If you have not attended before give it a try, I’m sure you will find it worthwhile,” he says.

As the UK’s only national sensors event, Sensors & Instrumentation is renowned as a hotbed of new technology. Michell Instruments is one of many exciting exhibitors to be launching new products, including the HygroSmart HS3 probe and HygroCal100 humidity verifier.

Dave Boylan, area sales manager for Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG in the UK and Ireland comments: “At the upcoming Sensors & Instrumentation show, IST AG will be featuring, amongst others, thin-film capacitive relative humidity sensors, which are capable of measuring 0% RH to 100% RH and operating at temperature ranges of -80°C to +190°C.”

Kyungwho Choi, Ph.D, senior researcher at Korea Railroad Research Institute says: “We decided to join the exhibition because we thought it would be a great opportunity to introduce our hybrid interrogation system to global experts interested in SHM or railroad infrastructure monitoring using electric and optical sensors with IoT technologies.”

Chris Anderson is director of sales and marketing at Pressure Sensor Ltd. He says: “We are exhibiting again at Sensors & Instrumentation to enhance our relationship with existing customers, have the opportunity to discuss our new products and to meet new contacts, as well as to evaluate market developments and trends.”

Exhibitors will also have the chance to showcase their products and solutions to a dedicated audience - live on stage - as part of the brand new and fully interactive feature area Connecting Industry LIVE! Neil Mead, managing editor of the industrial division explains: “The Live Demo Stage will be the centrepiece of this new event where exhibitors will have the opportunity to show the audience what they can offer via live technical product demonstrations. This will also give visitors the chance to learn and understand how these could benefit their own particular manufacturing operations and applications.”

The Innovation Showcase meanwhile is returning for a third year running. Located at a key destination point within the hall, this too has been expanded to allow even more exhibitors to display their latest products and technology.

This year’s show will also see the return of the seminar programme.

Registration for Sensors & Instrumentation will open in May. For more information click HERE


NEC, Birmingham, UK
Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th September 2017
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Sensors & Instrumentation 2017: registration now open

Registration is now open for the UK’s only national sensors show, which will be heading to Hall 1 at the NEC Birmingham, UK, on the 26th and 27th September 2017 to showcase the latest products, technology and solutions in test, measurement and control.

With an exemplary exhibitor line-up, visitors at this free event will be able to see the latest from market leading suppliers operating in a range of industries from aerospace & defence to automotive, public services, mechanical engineering, medical, education and many more.

Once again Sensors & Instrumentation will offer a CPD accredited seminar programme presented by exhibitors and prominent figures within the industry, which will address contemporary issues and topics, adding value to visitors’ experience at the show.

New for 2017 is Connecting Industry LIVE which will bring together leading suppliers from the many different sectors of manufacturing to exhibit their products and solutions live on stage, forging a vital link between technology innovators and end-users.

With the opportunity to watch live technical product demonstrations, visitors will be able to learn how these could benefit their own manufacturing operations and applications.

Making its premiere appearance in this exciting feature area is Stanley Qubit – a NAO-25 humanoid robot made by Aldebaran Robotics. As seen on BBC1, Stanley Qubit is fully autonomous and can walk, talk, sing, dance, answer questions and is sure to leave a lasting impression with all visitors.

The Drone Zone will also be debuting at Sensors & Instrumentation 2017.

An feature area dedicated to advancing drone technology, the Drone Zone will focus on real life applications of unmanned aerial vehicles and the impact they may have upon the manufacturing industry.

Drones fitted with optical flow technology will be on display and their agility will be tested on a specially designed obstacle course.

Visitors will also be able to get first-hand experience in Drone Zone Demo Area, where virtual reality headsets will put them at the heart of the action.

Sensors & Instrumentation will see the return of the PR Electronics Formula 1 Car Simulator –with visitors invited to compete against colleagues, peers and friends for the fastest lap, which is sure to bring a competitive edge to proceedings.

Now in its ninth year, Micro|Nano|Mems is a dedicated specialist feature area at this year’s event, covering the full spectrum of technologies and offering a one stop shop for small and ultra-precision process technology.

Innovation Showcase is returning for a third year running; located at a key destination point within the hall, exhibitors will be able to display their products and technologies and the showcase will provide visitors with a snapshot of what they can expect to see as they explore the aisles of the show.

Event director, Kathryn Ambrose, says: “This year’s Sensors & Instrumentation is shaping up to be one of the must-attend events of the year. With the vast range of market leading exhibitors there is something for everyone.”

Ambrose continues: “The addition of Connecting Industry LIVE  and the Drone Zone alongside the seminar programme truly adds value to visitors’ experience. We hope that people will leave the event with even more knowledge and be inspired by all that is on display!”

With so much to see, Sensors & Instrumentation has extended its opening hours to make sure that visitors can make the most of their day. The show will open at the earlier time of 9am on both Tuesday and Wednesday, and the first 200 visitors before 10am on each day will be treated to a complimentary breakfast courtesy of Keller. Doors will close at 5pm on Tuesday and 4pm on Wednesday, allowing visitors ample time to explore the vast range of industry leading exhibitors and exciting feature areas.

Co-located alongside Interplas, PPMA Show and TCT Show, Sensors & Instrumentation is a part of the largest industrial event of the year.

Sensors & Instrumentation has received the backing of industry, including headline sponsor Mouser Electronics, Bronkhorst UK, Huba Control AG, Keller and PR Electronics as well as support from the UK’s leading industrial publications, media partners and associations.

 


Birmingham, UK
26th and 27th September 2017
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Overview of Particulate Handling Technology

This is an intensive, two-day short course designed to introduce the technology of storing and handling bulk materials. It also covers the problems that can result from incorrect equipment selection, and looks at appropriate design methodologies for safe and reliable plant. Specially prepared by the Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling, this course has already been attended by over three hundred engineers from industry and is regularly updated to reflect new developments and changes in industrial practice.


University of Greenwich
24 - 26 October 2017
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Pneumatic Conveying of Bulk Materials

This intensive, two-day course was originally prepared at the request of the Department of Trade and Industry and first held in 1981. Since then over three hundred engineers from industry have attended. The course is regularly updated to reflect changes in industrial practice and new developments in pneumatic conveying technology.

During the course we'll cover subjects including system components, design techniques, operation and control of blow tank systems, explosion hazards and operational problems. The course also deals with the important but often neglected area of interfacing storage bins with conveying systems.


University of Greenwich
14 - 16 November 2017
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SPS IPC Drives

Meet suppliers of electric automation technology from around the world. Inform yourself about all products, trends and innovations within the industry from 28th - 30th November 2017 in Nuremberg, Germany.

The trade fair offers a perfect platform to search the right solutions for automation tasks.

The topic of Industry 4.0 is developing from a vision to reality and once again will be a main focus of the exhibition.

In the age of digital transformation, IT and automation are increasingly merging and this will be reflected at this year's event as never before.

Alongside topic based special display areas, presentations, many products and examples of applications devoted to digital transformation, hall 6 has a new thematic focus, which will address these new challenges in production technologies. Take this chance to achieve intelligent production.

Ranging from young companies to the industry’s key players, 1,605 exhibitors took advantage of SPS IPC Drives 2016 as a business platform for expanding their customer networks and strengthening their existing business relationships.

They were particularly excited about the high percentage of 70% decision-makers among those in attendance.

“SPS IPC Drives has been on a unique run, and exhibitors like us are reaping the benefits,” says Michael Reiter, CEO of eddylab GmbH. “The high level of inquiries you get there often leads to interesting new business relationships with a lot of potential, which is exactly what we’re looking for.”

Judging by the growing number of visitors and exhibitors attending from outside of Germany, electrical automation is a prominent topic all around the world.

Companies from a total of 45 countries took part in SPS IPC Drives 2016.

Following Germany, the top five exhibitor countries were Italy, China, Switzerland, Austria, and the United States.

Further, the year’s international visitors hailed from 87 different countries and accounted for 24% of those on hand.


Nuremberg, Germany
28th - 30th November 2017
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Pneumatic Conveying System Design

There is a tradition of different companies using different design equations and assumptions. There has in recent years been a lot of new information generated using improved methods for measurement of material conveying properties, the use of these for design and the effects of design details such as bends and stepped bore sizes. The ultimate aim will be to share the most up-to-date knowledge on how to obtain pipeline designs that work reliably, delivering the required throughput without unplanned maintenance and undesired impact on quality of the powder being handled.

The event is intended to be interactive; delegates are asked to bring along and discuss the approaches they use in their own company and the practical difficulties they face, with a view to establishing a shared vision of best practice to boost the competitiveness of the UK's supply industry and minimise warranty claim costs and user complaints.

There will be a heavy emphasis on case studies to illustrate the issues under discussion.


University of Greenwich
5 - 6 December 2017
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Rotary Valves: Design, Selection and Operational Issues

Rotary valves are widely used to feed pneumatic conveying pipelines, and for feed metering, explosion isolation, atmospheric isolation etc. However there are literally thousands of combinations of different feature options available covering choice of materials of construction, rotor type, drive type, venting arrangements, bearing pattern, seal choice, clearances, cleaning features etc.  Faced with this bewildering choice, how does an engineer decide what to specify?  This course will help understand the reasons for the different options and how to choose them.


University of Greenwich
7 December 2017
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Bauma Conexpo Africa 2018

Bauma Conexpo Africa will take place from March 13th–16th, 2018 at the Johannesburg Expo Centre (JEC), South Africa.

According to the African Development Bank (AfDB), the African economy has turned the corner: as of next year, a positive economic recovery is anticipated on the back of infrastructure investments.

The President of the AfDB, Akinwumi Adesina, announced in an interview in September 2016 that the African economy is set to grow by 3.5% in 2016; for the year after expectations were for 3.7%, and 4.2% for 2018.

He said that there were 19 African countries whose growth was between three and five percent, and 21 countries whose economy would grow by more than 5%.

The previous Bauma Conexpo Africa in September 2015 was attended by a total of 616 exhibitors from 42 countries and approximately 14,300 visitors from 75 countries.

A total of 13% of visitors came from outside South Africa with a significant percentage increase from the sub Saharan region.

The organisers are expecting more than 600 exhibitors and 15,000 visitors for the forthcoming event.

More than 68,000 square metres of exhibition space is available.

Registration is now open. For more information, click HERE.


Johannesburg Expo Centre, South Africa
March 13th–16th, 2018
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World Nuclear Exhibition 2018

The World Nuclear Exhibition 2018 will be held from June 26th to 28th, 2018 in a new location: Paris Nord Villepinte - Hall 7.

World Nuclear Exhibition is the first biennial business platform dedicated to the global civil nuclear community.

You can become a privileged partner on nuclear projects whatever their stage, from fuel cycle to waste management and dismantling:

* Meet and trade with about 10,000 International highly-qualified visitors (top-level decision makers from the institutions and governments, key purchasers and project leaders of the industry),

* Benefit from our 4,000-nuclear-business-meeting programme,

* Showcase your technologies and know-how during specific workshops,

* Present your innovations or training programme 

For more information, click HERE.


Paris Nord Villepinte
June 26th to 28th, 2018
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