4th Worldwide Meeting & Coaching

on Plastic Extrusion & Handling

TechnoBiz is organizing fourth Edition of “Plastic material Extrusion 7 days 2014″, a worldwide Meeting & Instruction on Plastic-type Extrusion & Handling during 16-19 July 2014 at Bangkok Global Business & Convention Centre (BITEC) in Bangkok, THAILAND. This event has 1-day time technical meeting “Plastic material extrusion asia” , 14 educational quick training courses and one knowledge test. This celebration is focused for technicians, manufacturing facility administrators and technological supervisors in plastic-type industries. All of the applications will likely be performed in English language only. Under is technical system of the week. Kindly download event brochure at www.plasticindustry-academy.com if you are interested to join this event. Remember to register early on to obtain discounted registration cost.

Day time 1: 16 July 2014 (Plastic material Extrusion Asian countries 2014 – Convention)

09.30-10.00: Material Malfunction Assessment and Extrusion (Dr. Maria del Noriega Rubber, Director, Plastics and Escobar Institute, Colombia)

10.00-10.30: Devolatilization by way of Twin Attach Extrusion: Tip, Tips and Theory Final results (Charlie Martin, General Director, Leistritz USA)

10.30-11.00: Floability of Solids in Extruder (Doctor. Jaime Gomez, Global Business Manager, Coperion K-Tron, United states)

11.30-12.00: Outcomes of Processing Aids on Extrusion Energy Effectiveness (Tom Mulholland, Technical Director, Plastics and Rubber Institute, Colombia)

12.00-12.30: Form of Experiment for Extrusion (Prof.Kirk Cantor, Pennsylvania University of Technologies, United states)

12.30-13.30: LUNCH Split

13.30-14.00: Multitouch – the newest Approach to Perfect Thermoforming Page (Peter Rieg, National Sales Manager, Battenfeld-Cincinati Germany GmbH)

14.00-14.30: Rheology and Circulation Simulator for Extrusion Die Design and style (Olivier Catherine, Specialized Director, Cloeren Inc., USA)

14.30-15.00: Modular Alternatives for your Particular Needs of Dog Processors (RalfAltepeter and Gneuss, Germany)

15.00-15.30: Gourmet coffee BREAK

15.30-16.00: Rethiking Blown Movie Technology – Innovation as outlined by Sustainability (Bernd Schroeter, Director Merchandise Manager, Reifenhauser Kiefel Extrusion GmbH, Germany)

16.00-16.30: A Technique to Define Blowing Representative Concentration Outcomes during Polymer Processing (Steve Schick, Teel Plastics In., United states of america)

16.30-17.00: Specialized DISCUSSION

DAY 2 (17 July 2014) : Plastic materials Extrusion & Handling – Training Programs

1. Giving Modern technology for Polymer Processig (9 am to 5pm) (Dr. Jaime Gomez)

2. Polymer Science Basic principles (9am to 12pm) (Prof. Kirk Cantor)

3. Problem solving in Extrusion: Business Applications – Portion 1 (9am to 12pm) (Dr. M Moriega Escobar)

4. Two Screw Extrusion-Theory, Test and Tips Final results (9am to 12pm) (Charlie Martin)

5. Plastic-type Extrusion Concepts (2pm to 5pm) (Prof. Kirk Cantor)

6. Multi-Layer Films and Co-Extrusion Principles (2pm to 5pm) (Olivier Catherine)

Time 3 (18 July 2014) : Plastics Extrusion And Processing – Training Programs

7. Troubleshooting in Extrusion : Business Applications – Part 2 (9am to 12pm) (Dr. M Noriega Escobar)

8. Biodegradable Polymers: Technologies, Markets And Developments (9am to 12pm) (Dr. Terry Cooper)

9. Blown Film Handling Concepts (9am to12pm) (Prof. Kirk Cantor)

10. Biobased Monomers & Polymers – Technologies, Marketplaces & Trends (2pm to 5pm) (Dr. Terry Cooper)

11. Extruder Rheology and gratification (2pm to 5pm) (Prof. Kirk Cantor)

Time 4 (19 July 2014) : Plastic materials Extrusion & Processing – Courses

12. Flexible Packaging: , Car owners & Long term Developments (9am to 12pm) (Dr.Technology and Markets Terry Cooper)

13. Extruder Upkeep (9am to 12pm) (Prof. Kirk Cantor)

14. Firm Plastic-type Packaging: Markets, Technology and Future Tendencies (2pm to 5pm) (Doctor. Terry Cooper)

15. TechnoBiz Understanding Test: Plastic Extrusion Procedure And Trouble shooting (3pm to 5pm)

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