‘Atomisation for Metal Powders’ course dates announced

November 1, 2010

Organisers of the two day course, ‘Atomisation for Metal Powders’, recently announced dates for 2011.

Perdac and Atomising Systems Ltd will be holding their sixth intensive course covering the technology, practice and economics of metal powder production by atomisation from March 3 – 4, 2011, at the University of Salford, Manchester, UK.

Perdac Ltd Director, Andrew Yule, stated, “We have been impressed and surprised by the growing popularity of the course, with some 25 specialists attending each of the last two courses, representing 15 countries and, remarkably, five continents”.

John Dunkley, Atomising Systems Ltd Chairman and principal lecturer on the course, added, “As always we plan to refine the course each year, and I plan to introduce some interesting new material on metal atomisation this coming March”.

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

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