Showcasing the latest in technology and solutions, Powder & Bulk Solids Texas returns to Houston, October 13-14, 2015, at the NRG Center (formerly Reliant Center).
A comprehensive selection of industrial processing and bulk solids handling suppliers will be on display. Attendees can enhance their knowledge and understanding of the latest industry innovations and emerging technologies, including: accessories, components, and services; automation, instrumentation, and controls; conveyers; feeders; dryers; dust collectors and scrubbers; material handling and transportation; storage; mixers and blenders; packaging and bagging; particle enlargers and formers; screening and separation; size reduction; thermal solids processing; weighing systems and scales; and more.
The Conference Program will provide forward-thinking education from expert speakers, with comprehensive full day conferences across both days of the Powder Show. These include:
Explosion Protection and Risk Analysis
Pneumatic Conveying Solutions
Understanding NFPA 652
How to Design the Best Bin, Silo, Hopper, or Feeder
Pneumatic Conveying System Design
The Center Stage theater provides complimentary presentations right on the show floor. Interactive demonstrations, entertaining and forward-thinking keynotes, lively panel discussions, and peer-to-peer activities are designed to inspire and educate.
Your PBS Texas badge includes access to the other related manufacturing events happening at the same time, including: AeroCon; ATX Texas; Design & Manufacturing Texas; PLASTEC Texas; Quality Expo; and TexasPack.
With the mobile show app, you can: arrange meetings with exhibitors before their schedules fill up; instantly find colleagues, exhibitors, and products by keyword; create your own schedule of 'must see' conference sessions, Tech
Theater talks, keynotes, and meetings; navigate the entire event on the go; and share your experience and engage with like-minded individuals in real-time through the community activity feed.
Show hours are Tuesday, October 13 and Wednesday, October 14 from 10am to 4pm.