NFPA Milwaukee Regional Program Announced

The September 27, 2016 Milwaukee Regional Meeting at the Grohmann Tower on the MSOE campus will feature a “back-to-school” vibe with two NFPA member representatives offering short, educational presentations on their company’s technology.  The presenters are:

  • Thomas Braun, Vice President of Product & Business Development for FASTEST, Inc.“The Value of Testing in Preventing Hydraulic Fluid leaks”
  • Bruce Riley, Sales Manager, Ultra Clean Technologies Corp.—“How Heat Shrinkable Capsule Technology Fights Contamination

What remains the same for the 2016 Milwaukee Regional is the calendar-friendly schedule with a 10:30 am start time and a 1:00 pm finish (with the optional tour of the MSOE Fluid Power Lab to follow).  There will also be the casual networking and peer updates that are the hallmark of NFPA Regional Meetings.  And of course, they are always FREE and open to NFPA members and non-member guests.  Register today!

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