Bulk Materials Storage and Handling short courses

Bulk Materials Storage and Handling short courses
All short courses are written with the industrial engineer in mind. They are recommended for operators who handle bulk materials daily, for maintenance, Health & Safety officers, plant or equipment designers and manufacturers, or management of such staff. They are relevant to anyone who is involved in the handling and storage of powders, aggregates, particulates etc .

The following courses are open for registration.

Biomass Operations and Handling Technology: 17 – 21 April

An investigation of issues surrounding the safe handling and
storage of different biomass materials;
Held in association with ABTO; the Association of Bulk Terminal Operators

Online course over 5 short sessions,

Storage and Discharge of Powders and Bulk Materials: 25 – 27 April

A basic course covering the operation, design and specifications of
hoppers and silos for reliable discharge.
Includes Optional Practical workshop An opportunity to see
demonstrations of equipment used to test storage and
discharge conditions in the on-site pilot plant

Venue: Chatham, Kent UK

Course objectives

Courses provide delegates with the information to recognise plant issues that may occur and how to avoid them, by using presentations, case studies and video/hands -on demonstrations. At the end of the course the delegate will be better equipped to tackle the specific bulk materials handling issues discussed.

Course fees: Fees start at £775 and are discounted for group bookings and returning delegates.

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