Would you like to find out how your plant can reduce the cost of complying with strict dust emission regulations?
In this webinar you will learn how your plant can reach higher productivity while saving money with longer bag life, less shutdowns and lower energy costs. Demanding cement plant conditions together with increasingly stringent emission regulations such as the Cement MACT rule, make it difficult to keep the cost down.
Eliminating unplanned outages due to poor bag performance requires a thorough evaluation of filter media options for each pulse-jet baghouse in your plant. Plants under pressure to increase production often push their bags beyond their limit causing not just short bag-life but also increased fan horsepower and compressed air consumption, increased labor costs, and reduced capacity. Further, the ever-increasing demand for higher cement quality generates increasing volumes of fine dust particles requiring a highly effective filter media.
Join us in this informative webinar where Nathan Schindler, U.S. Technical Sales Manager of Evonik and Keith Ogilvie, Technical Director of NFM/Filterfab, will address an effective and efficient means of evaluating the total cost of ownership of your cement plant baghouses.
This informative webinar will cover the following topics:
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The webinar will help cement plant operators identify and determine the most suitable filter media solution for your filtration specifications.
Who should attend:
Nathan Schindler | US Technical Sales Manager | Evonik Corporation
Nathan Schindler has twenty years of experience in all aspects of the combustion and air pollution emission control technologies. Nathan has a B.S. in Chemistry with a minor in Mathematics from Fairfield University. He also has law degree from UConn with a certificate in Intellectual Property Studies. Prior to working for Evonik Corporation, he served for six years as the Aftermarket Sales Manager/Product Manager for Peerless Mfg. Co. / Combustion Components Associates, Inc. He was responsible for sales of all combustion upgrades, retrofits, services, and spares within the division. Previously responsible for of all aspects for commercial development of the fuel conversion market. He began his career at Combustion Components Associates in, Inc in 2002 as a design engineer and previously worked for John Zink Co., LLC as a project engineer.
Keith Ogilvie | Director of Technical Sales | National Filter Media
Keith Ogilvie has 34+ years experience in the operation and maintenance of air pollution control systems (a.k.a. fabric filter baghouses, electrostatic precipitators and cartridge collectors). He is a speaker and published author of white papers/case studies on air pollution control systems and components. Keith has industry expertise in the application of textiles, ePTFE membrane laminates and fibers for use in the collection and control of industrial dry and wet particulates. His product expertise includes fabric filters, cages, wet filtration belts, discs & presses, mechanical & engineered services, accessories, pulse & piston cleaning systems, as well as pleated and cartridge filter elements.
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