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27-10-2021 - 28-10-2021
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Type: On line Short Course
Duration: 2 days
Starts: 27-10-2021
Ends: 28-10-2021
Place: Chatham Maritime, Kent, UK

Entry: paid

Pneumatic Conveying System Design

On line Short Course

Advanced Course: Pneumatic Conveying System Design

An in-depth exploration of detailed calculations and design for pneumatic pipelines.

This course is aimed at practitioners already familiar with the basics of pneumatic conveying.
Course fees are £825

This is also available as an In-Company course.

This course is delivered in English.

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