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2017 Chem Show Exhibitors Get the Word Out

By Scott Jenkins |

The event’s Exhibitor Equipment & Technology Showcase offers broad range of opportunities for attendees to learn about exhibitor products

The complement to the 2017 Chem Show’s non-promotional Best Practice Seminar series (see above story) is a full slate of 49 exhibitor presentations, each discussing a specific product or solution from the tradeshow floor. The “Exhibitor Equipment and Technology Showcase” talks are designed to provide detailed information about new technologies and emerging solutions for the various parts of the chemical process industries (CPI).

15Chem_SeminarAll exhibitor talks will take place in Theaters A and B, located on the exhibit hall floor of the Jacob Javits center. A full schedule of the exhibitor presentations can be found on the Chem Show app, for Apple and Android mobile devices, as well by searching the Chem Show website.

On the event’s first day, exhibitor presentations will discuss such topics as lowering filtration cost, PVDF in 3-D printing applications, new technology for dryers and evaporators, and onsite hydrogen generation. In addition, Tuesday’s schedule includes exhibitor presentations on static mixing technology, the use of radar for level measurement, and membrane technology for solvent dehydration.

For the Chem Show’s second day, a new set of 22 exhibitor presentations is scheduled. Topics include dryer technology, data security, new flowmeter technology, vacuum system design, rupture disc technology and many others. A list of the exhibitor presentations across the three days of the Chem Show event, including dates, times and locations, can be found here by clicking here.

 

 

 

 

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