NFPA Virtual Event – Fluids that Enhance Performance of Hydraulic Systems – Dec 1

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

No need to leave your desk, just join NFPA and the MSOE Fluid Power Industry Consortium for a morning of presentations and online networking!

Three presentations: 

  • Fluids that reduce operating temperatures;
  • Biodegradable fluids that extend system life;
  • Results from studies of particles in various fluids and environments.

And meet with other NFPA members online in our virtual networking platform.

Feel free to share this article, anyone from your company is welcome to attend. At a low cost of $25, this is a no-miss event.

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