Registration Now Open for the December 2022 Quarterly Technology Conference

December 1, 2022 | 8:00am– 11:15pm (Central)
Virtual Delivery

Registration is now open for the December NFPA Quarterly Technology Conference. The upcoming conference will take place December 1, 2022 and will be held jointly with FPIC. The conference focus is Fluids that Enhance Performance of Hydraulic Systems (Eco-friendly & Durable.) Presentations will be broadcast virtually over Remo. 

Sessions will include:

  • Hydraulic Fluids That Help Lower Operating Temperatures – Blayne Mckenzie Ph.D. , Technology Manager – Industrial Oils, Lubrizol
  • Hydraulic Fluids That Are Bio-Degradable and Help Extend System Life – Takanori Sato, Idemitsu
  • Hydraulic Fluids That Help Remove Varnish Deposits From the System
  • and more!

View the tentative schedule of events here and claim your seat today using the links below.

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