NFPA and the CCEFP are working together to bring “The Future of Pneumatics” to PACK EXPO Las Vegas during the week of September 28-30, 2015. The packaging machine builders and buyers walking the show floor at the Las Vegas Convention Center will get a glimpse into the future of pneumatic technology in Central Hall at Booth C-1224. If you know that your customers are planning on attending the conference be sure to encourage them to stop by the booth. Several innovations with relevance to packaging and process technologies will be on display, including:
- A New Kind of Accumulator that Saves and Reuses Exhausted Air;
- A New Low Cost, Robust and Rugged Position Sensor that Helps Enable Your Automation Needs;
- Turn Waste Heat into Useful Work with a Stirling Pressurizer.
NFPA has 20 complimentary attendee registrations available on a first come, first serve basis for members to encourage their processing and packaging customers to attend. Please email Denise Rockhill for additional information.
PACK EXPO Las Vegas will be an important destination where professionals of all levels of experience and backgrounds will discover the latest innovations in processing and packaging. If you are attending the show, be sure to stop by with your customers to see The Future of Pneumatics demonstrations in Booth C-1244, Central Hall and get an illuminating glimpse into the future of packaging and processing.
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