‘Atomisation for Metal Powders’ 2013 course dates announced

October 29, 2012

A two day course titled ‘Atomisation for Metal Powders’, organised by Perdac Ltd and Atomising Systems Ltd, will take place from 28th February to 1st March 2013 in Manchester, UK.

This, the eighth course in the popular series, will focus on the technology, practice and economics of metal powder production by atomisation. The course will provide an overview suitable for those in both the industrial and research environments, and will also act as a concise introduction to those relatively new to the field.

As for the previous courses the principal lecturer will be John Dunkley, Chairman, Atomising Systems Ltd.  Andrew Yule, Director, Perdac Ltd and Dirk Aderhold, Technical Director, Atomising Systems Ltd, will contribute key presentations in their areas of expertise.

“All three lecturers are pleased with the international popularity of the course, with the 2008-2012 courses having been fully attended with registrants coming from 12 countries covering five continents. Around 70% of registrants come from the metal processing industry and the remainder from research establishments and Universities,” stated Yule.

The course flyer and full information can be obtained at www.perdac.com  

Posted by: Paul Whittaker, Editor ipmd.net, [email protected]   

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