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Antigone Sharris is Chair and Full Time Faculty in the Engineering Technology Department of Triton College in River Grove, Illinois. Triton College is a Hub School is NFPA’s Fast Track to Fluid Power program, a workforce development initiative designed to create stronger connections between technical colleges, industry partners, and local teachers by engaging multiple education levels in the communities across the country. We invited Antigone into our forum to learn more about Triton’s Fast Track Hub status and the students and educators that are helping to shape the future of the fluid power industry.
This fluid power industry-focused podcast highlights the people, technologies and unique applications that are moving the industry forward. New episodes will be released every other Monday. View the schedule for upcoming episodes below.
- May 9 | Innovative Hydraulic Applications in Aerospace |Tim Olthoff of Parker Hannifin
- May 23 | Fluid Power’s Unique Advantages Continue to Support Electric Truck Functions |Bob Grinstead and DJ O’Konek of Zeus Electric Chassis and Nott Company
- June 6 | Smart Pneumatics Aid in Energy Consumption Reduction for Packaging Processes | Sandro Quintero of Festo
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This holiday season, we are thankful for each of our members. All your staff at NFPA want to thank you for all of the efforts that you have put in to help grow the fluid power industry. We couldn’t fulfill our mission without your dedication and support. Enjoy this time off with your loved ones,…
Doug is the Application Engineering Supervisor for HAWE North America, a manufacturer of hydraulic power units, pumps, valves and cylinders. HAWE will be showcasing their water resistant hydraulics that help deliver power to speed boats at IFPE – the International Fluid Power Exposition — and we invited Doug into our forum to learn more about…