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Combustible Dust Hazards Keynote Technology Panel to Kick Off Powder Show Conference

The International Powder & Bulk Solids Conference will kick off at 9am on Tuesday, May 6, 2014, in Rosemont, IL, with the Keynote Technology Panel, “Identifying Combustible Dust Hazards and Hazard Mitigating Strategies.”

Topics covered in the session will include:

•    Managing dust explosion hazards
•    Sources of explosions
•    Basic to advanced dust explosion hazards -- become an “expert”
•    Changing design to reduce dust emissions
•    Combustible dust regulatory and compliance requirements

The moderator for this session will be Amy Theis, director of risk management services, Fauske & Associates. Panelists include: Dr.-Ing. Johannes Lotterman, head of projects and expansion, Rembe Inc.; Gary Q. Johnson, chemical engineer & consultant, Workplace Exposure Solutions; David Grandaw, vice president of sales, Fenwal; Bill Stevenson, vice president of engineering, CV Technology; Jason Krbec, Engineering Manager, CV Technology.

The International Powder & Bulk Solids Conference delivers the latest innovations and best practices in dry processing, bulk material handling, storage, particle technology, and related technologies in a content-rich, three-day program. This highly competitive industry requires engineers to stay up to date with the latest innovations and procedures. The 2014 program is designed to provide value to dry processing and bulk solids handling engineers of all experience levels.
The 2014 Conference has been revamped and enhanced to better serve conferees obtain a year’s worth of educational content and networking in just three days.

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