Webinar: ifm Food Launch presents: The Heat Exchanger
How ifm supports the transfer of thermal energy from one medium flow to another
This webinar includes all the knowledge you need to improve your heat exchanger system.
Our experts will start the session with explaining the basics of a heat exchanger – what is a heat exchanger, what kind of heat exchanger systems do exist and how do they work?
The main part of this online training deals with the challenges you might face by working with a heat exchanger and the solutions ifm offers for meeting them: Get to know our latest product innovations which will help you to improve machine availability and performance and secure product quality. Energy Optimization, Environmental Impact and Controls Architecture are further aspects we will focus on.
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.
Register now, we are looking forward to meeting you!
|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 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.|
|Paul Burkett joined ifm UK in 2019. As Food & Beverage Industry Manager, he focuses on the Food and Beverage accounts. He has worked in automation industry for 17 years. Furthermore, he gained work experience with different OEM manufactures in the F&B sector.|
|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.|