These webinar courses will discuss discovery and historical progression of polyurethanes, polyurethane types, products, what are polyurethanes, overview of basic polyurethane process equipment, and basic mixing technology.
The primary focus will be to give an introduction to newcomers into the polyurethane industry. Anyone new to the industry is encouraged to participate.
- Part 1: October 30, 2017
- Part 2: November 6, 2017
Fees Include Both Part 1 and Part 2:
- Members of CPI - $199.00
- Non-members - $249.00
CPI Members get $50 off during checkout.
Joint ACC/CPI members will see the $50 savings automatically in your cart.
Who Should Purchase?
- Industry newcomers
Benefits—Gain a Better Understanding of:
- Overview of polyurethane chemistry
- Chemical ingredients
To educate newcomers into the polyurethane industry who desires a comprehensive overview of polyurethane chemistry, chemical ingredients, machinery, end-products, and markets.
Length of Course:
Each course is a 90 minute webinar.
Dick Werner is currently is the Director of Foam & Plastics Technology for Cannon in the USA and involved in technology, product & system sales, & customer support. Has over 36 years’ experience in the polyurethane industry. He has worked extensively in the development and manufacturing of polyurethane mixing technologies, process machinery, and turn-key systems. Dick has held positions in Technical Service, Engineering, Technology, Manufacturing Management, Product Sales, and Process Development. He has worked with Cannon most of his career and is the current Chair of CPI Professional Development Program.
For more information, please contact Lee Salamone, (202) 249-6604, Lee_Salamone@americanchemistry.com
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