Learn the ins & outs of membrane concentration and falling film evaporation and catch up on the latest developments to optimize your process and save on costs.
Powder processing often includes membrane concentration and/or evaporation steps to remove as much water as possible before (spray) drying. However, these units are complex devices and can suffer from inefficient operation or fouling. Improvements can often be achieved in reducing energy consumption, minimizing fouling and cleaning more effectively. This two-day course presents the latest developments in membrane concentration and falling film evaporation, process optimization and cost saving-strategies, including case studies, industry examples and practical demonstrations. The course covers basic theory on evaporation, followed by a practical workshop enabling participants to apply the theory in practice.
The course is intended for anybody involved in concentration, including process and product developers, technologists and plant operational staff. Speakers from NIZO, academia and industry will guide you through the topics from scientific understanding to its practical implications.
This course will be led by Dr. Kevin van Koerten, Expert Processing & Ben van der Deen, Business Development Manager. If you have questions about the content of the course (scroll down for the leaflet), please contact one of them!
Read the leaflet to see the whole progamme and register via the register button.
Read below more explanation about the three packages you can choose from:
Book for the Spray Drying course as well (one of the packages of the other course) and receive a €500,- discount!
NOTE 1: If you book both courses and if you want a total 3 nights hotel stay (and arrive at the day the first course starts), please select package 2 for one course and package 3 for the other course. It does not matter which course you do this for. If you book both courses and want a total of 4 nights in a hotel (and arrive the day before the first course starts), choose package 3 for both courses.
NOTE 2: Hotel accommodation is based on availability. Hotel accommodation is only guaranteed after written confirmation from the hotel.
If there are questions regarding the registration, please contact Kevin van Koerten.