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Corporate Webinar:
ifm solutions for separation processes in the food and beverage industry

Available on demand

Maximum process reliability and constant product quality are maxims in the food industry - whether in the manufacture of beverages, sweets, dairy or meat processing. Even the slightest impurities can cause great damage, such as expensive downtime or product recall due to quality standards.

Therefore, separators and filter systems are of great importance in the food industry. This webinar is dedicated to the "separation world champions" and the question of how you can use your plant as efficiently as possible with the help of state-of-the-art sensor technology.

For this purpose we present a wide range of ifm products: From level sensors, pressure measurement, temperature transmitters and analytical sensors to vibration diagnostics, everything is included.

A highlight of the webinar will be our new generation pressure sensor for the food industry. It will be available from the end of April - be the first to get to know the new PI: It convinces with a 32bit IO-Link resolution, high temperature resistance and measurement and other exciting features.

By the way: For us, it goes without saying that the products which will be presented in the webinar are a part of our specially developed food application product range. The sensors are made of high-quality food-grade materials. They have a hygienic housing design and are distinguished by high ingress and temperature resistance and protection against high-pressure cleaning with aggressive agents.

This webinar includes all the knowledge you need to use your separation machines most efficiently. Are you interested?

Which audience does the event address?

The webinar is intended for people working in and for the food and beverage industry who are looking for ways to secure and improve their processes and product quality as well as anyone else interested in food and beverage processes.

Hosts

Dieter Ebbinghaus

Dieter Ebbinghaus started working at ifm 33 years ago. After 10 years as an Export Manager, he took over the function of a Branch Manager and began to develop the food and beverage industry. Today he does this by pursuing a global approach and being close to our costumers worldwide.

   
Johan van Niekerk

Johan van Niekerk has recently moved to ifm electronic gmbh in Essen after spending 10 years in ifm South Africa as a sales and business development engineer. Johan is focusing on global business development in the food & beverage and the agriculture industry by creating custom solutions for our customers and partners worldwide. He believes by using technology and creating innovative automation solutions we can increase efficiency and effectiveness in the food industry and this will ensure the future sustainability of this wonderful world we live in. "Where ever you go... whatever you taste... ifm - close to you!"

Speakers

Johan van Binnendijk

For over 20 years, Johan van Binnendijk is working with ifm. In these years, he worked on three continents and four different countries in various positions; among other in sales and as product manager. Because of his long experience in different roles, Johan trains ifm’s internal and external customers on almost all products and solutions ifm offers. His focus is on the Asia Pacific region, but his webinars are available for a worldwide audience. He currently lives in Japan and is based in Osaka.

   
Robert Mönnig

Robert Mönnig has been working for ifm since 2005. The automotive industry has been a recurrent theme in the training, studies and various projects during his career at ifm. As Senior Product Manager for pressure and temperature sensors, he coordinates developments and market launches. Moreover, he provides application consulting to customers and in sales worldwide.

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker has been with ifm as a Product Sales Manager for just over a year now. He has worked in instrumentation and control since he was 16 years old: He sharpened his experience during ten years at Endress+Hauser, five years at Vega and fifteen years as a control and instrument engineer in the water and oil & gas industries.

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