At NETZSCH in Hanau, engineers and scientific users from production, process technology, the laboratory, R&D and related areas are first familiarized with the theory of dry grinding and air separation before the transfer from laboratory to production scale is explained using practical examples – within the framework of 2-day seminars (Fig.). Here, the aspects of process optimization and energy efficiency, which are steadily gaining relevance, are also primary points of discussion. Various options for particle size analysis, its presentation and interpretation are also clearly demonstrated, as well as particle separation with filters and cyclones, ultrafine grinding using steam as the grinding media or the latest technological approaches and future outlook.
The eighth edition of the German-language seminar begins on October 12, 2016. It is geared toward employees from all branches of the industry and offers the opportunity to fully prepare for a new position, acquire additional qualifications or deepen existing knowledge with theoretical expertise. For large companies where, for example, entire departments are to be trained with respect to specific content, NETZSCH Trockenmahltechnik GmbH offers in-house seminars that are designed around the particular specifications of the customer. This type of advanced training represents a cost-effective option for the employer to provide his employees with the information necessary to discover and implement optimization potential in his own production or in customer interaction.