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Gericke to Host Seminar on Reducing Waste in Powder Processing

Article-Gericke to Host Seminar on Reducing Waste in Powder Processing

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Gericke will present “Reducing Waste in Powder Processing” at its North American headquarters in Somerset, NJ.
CEO Markus Gericke will lead live powder processing event on March 30 in NJ.

On March 30, 2023 from 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., process equipment manufacturer Gericke will present a free educational seminar, “Reducing Waste in Powder Processing”, at its North American headquarters in Somerset, NJ. 

Hosted by CEO Markus H. Gericke, the live event will focus on how to begin automating powder processes to streamline efficiency, how to achieve high accuracy in screw feeding, how to use the latest size reduction techniques for uniform particle sizing, and other areas where waste may be identified and reduced. 

The presentations will cover theory and applications in bulk material handling, and feature live action demonstrations on full-size, fully operating process equipment including the Nibbler lump breaker and Feedos S feeding system in the company's on-site test laboratory.

The first in the North American division's seminar series, the “Reducing Waste in Powder Processing” seminar was developed to help process engineers and others involved in powder processing learn about current, practical developments in automation, quality control, and worker safety to keep their facilities operating at peak efficiency. Uncovering hidden opportunities for saving material and cutting costs will also be covered.

Lunch is included and nearby hotel recommendations are available.

Register for the “Reducing Waste in Powder Processing” seminar

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