|Membership Type||Membership Fee|
|US Individual, International, Canada and Mexico Membership||$150|
|Registration Type||Early Now – 2/24/17||Regular 2/25– 3/20/17||Late 3/21– 4/5/17|
|2 Day Speaker, Member/Non-member||$400||$400||$450|
|1 Day Speaker||$225||$225||$255|
|2 Day Member||$625||$675||$725|
|2 Day Non-member||$775||$825||$875|
|1 Day Participant Member||$355||$385||$415|
|1 Day Participant Non-member||$495||$525||$555|
|Retired, Unemployed or Student||$175||$200||$225|
|Student with Poster||$0||$0||$0|
|SHORT COURSES, MONDAY, APRIL 10, 2017||MEMBERS||NON MEMBERS|
Basic Solid-Liquid Separation (Liquid Filtration)(8:00 am - 5:00 pm, 0.8 CEUs)
Introduction to Gas/Air Filtration(8:00 am - 5:00 pm, 0.8 CEUs)
Coalescer Training - Principles and Industrial Applications(8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 0.4 CEUs)
Filtration & Separation Media Use & Market(8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 0.4 CEUs)
Filtration in Transportation(8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 0.4 CEUs)
Microfiltration Membrane(8:00 am - 12:00 pm, 0.4 CEUs)
Advanced Nonwovens in Filtration(1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, 0.4 CEUs)
Designing Media and Filters for Air Filtration(1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, 0.4 CEUs)
Ultrafiltration Membrane(1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, 0.4 CEUs)
Liquid Filtration Testing Basics(1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, 0.4 CEUs)
|7:00 am||Depart Galt House|
|8:00 am||Tour of Blue Heaven Technologies|
|10:00 am||Depart Blue Heaven|
|10:30 am||Tour of JCEM USA Facilities|
|11:45 am||Depart JCEM|
|12:15 pm||Arrive at Galt House|
This course is designed for one to learn the basic solid/liquid separation (or called liquid filtration) from industrial application perspective. The full spectrum of solid/liquid separation technology, available equipment, and applications will be discussed. Simple underlining principle, applicable testing methods, technology selection criteria and equipment design are also included so one can be aware of options and competing technologies. Filter media, filter aid, coagulation and flocculation are also part of the curriculum to meet your complete filtration needs.
Learn the overall spectrum of solid/gas separation. Understand the principles behind your filtration so your filter meets your needs. Realize the competing technologies.
Meet together for first hour, then break into separate classes.
This course will cover the basics of liquid/liquid and liquid/gas coalescing including the principles of coalescing through fibrous media and modeling vertical and horizontal coalescer systems. The effects of various physical parameters such as viscosity, density difference and interfacial tension will be addressed in terms of how they affect sizing and performance. Field and laboratory test methods for rating the performance of coalescers will also be presented. Industrial separation applications will be reviewed along with practical examples of case histories.
Filtration and separation media is the heart and soul of every filter and filtration process. This course covers eight major categories and over twenty distinctive types of filtration media. The construction of each medium is unique with specific design and functional advantages clearly described.
The presentation is heavy with visual examples and descriptions of multiple advantages and disadvantages along with in-depth application details not found elsewhere in the industry. Market size, new developments, trends, un-met needs and future outlook ties the course together. A must attend course if filtration media expertise and market information is important to the success of your job.
Filtration has become a critically important part in modern transportation vehicles, mainly including engine air intake filtration, cabin air filtration, fuel/oil/lube filtration, and specialties. This four-hour course will provide you an overview of the market statistics and different technologies used in transportation filtration. The emerging challenges and the trends for future development will also be discussed.
Learn in-depth knowledge of the various types of microporous membranes including: Strengths and Weaknesses, Performance Characteristics, Integrity Testing, Retention Efficiency, Ratings and Comparisons. Learn to differentiate between microporous, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, and reverse osmosis membranes.
Do you know nonwovens are the most popularly used filter media in Filtration market? This 4 hour course will give you an overview on how nonwovens are produced, what make nonwovens so uniquely qualified for filtration applications and how to choose right nonwovens for your products. The latest developments on nanofiber and hybrid technologies will also be discussed.
The objective of this course is provide information on designing filter media and filters for a broad range of air filtration applications. It is designed for engineers and technical people who are involved in designing, manufacturing and selling filter media and filters. Course covers both, the theoretical and experimental aspects of designing process as well as synergy between filter media development and filter development.
Attendees will develop a better understanding of air filtration theory when applied to filter media and filters, and how other filter requirements such as environmental regulations, durability and manufacturability have an impact on filter media design. The theoretical principles and practical knowledge gained during this course will allow to properly design filters and filter media and specify filter media for specific applications.
This course provides an in depth study of the Ultrafiltration membranes typically used in the Pharmaceutical, Microelectronic, Food and Beverage, Water and Waste Water, Coatings, Chemical, Oil and Gas, Laboratory, and Medical Markets.
The Liquid Filtration Testing Basics Short Course is an introductory course on liquid filtration testing, testing methods and the standard equipment and instruments used. The course will cover filter test techniques and standards for water, fuel, lube oil, hydraulic fluids, and other industrial liquids. In addition particle characteristics and efficiency methods and ratings will be reviewed.
Attendees will leave with a broad view and better understanding of the principles and methods available to pre-qualify and optimize liquid filtration selection.
Filtration Design Engineers, Filtration Product Managers, Filtration Users, Liquid Process Managers,Solid Liquid Separation Researchers, New Product Development Managers, Filter Media Developers, Laboratory Researchers, Laboratory Managers.
SCOPE: To study the test methods and test equipment used to evaluate the effective characteristics of filtering media and filters used to clarify liquids.