New AFS Short Course: Automatic Filtration Technologies for the Chemical Process Industries

The AFS is presenting a new short course, “Automatic Filtration Technologies for the Chemical Process Industries,” which will be taught by industry veteran Barry Perlmutter.

The use of manual filtration solutions, such as plate filters, bag filters and filter presses, can create process problems and operator safety concerns in chemical manufacturing processes.  This course covers automatic technologies designed to help alleviate these potential problems and is designed to relay first-hand experience on the case for automatic filtration solutions.  Case studies are presented for each technology to illustrate existing problems and the improvements experienced with automatic filtration.

The course will be presented live online on Tuesday, March 16, from 9am to 11am central.

Barry A. Perlmutter is currently President of Perlmutter Idea Development LLC. Barry is an experienced international practitioner with over 38 years of technical engineering and business marketing experience in the field of solid-liquid separation including filtration, centrifugation, and process drying. His strong professional skills focus on process solutions, innovation strategy, market expansion and business development. Barry has published and presented extensively worldwide on applications in the chemical, pharmaceutical and energy/environmental industries and has been responsible for introducing many European companies and technologies into the Americas marketplace. He is an author of Elsevier’s “Solid Liquid Filtration Handbook.” He is currently editing a second book for Elsevier, “Integration & Optimization of Unit Operations,” to be published in 2022.

For more information and to register, visit this page.

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