Leister Industrial Heating Webinar 2020
10/28/2020 - 10/28/2020
|都市, 国||Itasca / USA|
|営業部門||Leister Technologies, Process heat|
Have you been looking to expand your knowledge on the Industrial Heating solutions used to decrease costs and increase production efficiencies for your industry? Leister Technologies, a premier Swiss manufacturer of Industrial Heating equipment is thrilled to announce that we are offering a FREE Industrial Heating via Microsoft Teams on Wednesday, October 28th, 2020. This insightful webinar will be led by Leister's Industrial Heating Product Specialist, Jason Sanders, who will be providing an overview of the hot air blowers suited for specific applications, an application example and live demo of the Mistral hot air blower.
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Date: Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
Time: 11 a.m. CST
• Overview of the Hot Air Blower category
• Choosing the proper type(s) of Hot Air Blower
• Application example – Heat shrink film for packaging
• Mistral Hot Air Blower – Overview and LIVE demo
Who should attend:
• Packaging Equipment OEM's
• System Integrators
• Design Engineers
• Maintenance Personnel
About the host: Jason Sanders has been an integral part of Leister's Industrial Heating team over the last few years. He brings twenty years of experience in engineering design, sales, and product management with a focus on instrumentation and controls. In his current role, Jason provides application and educational support to end-users, manages dealer and key accounts to strengthen relationships, and has marketing responsibilities for the industrial heating division. In addition to his product specialist responsibilities, he leads a team of sales engineers and technical support specialists dedicated to providing application assistance with industrial heating applications and advancing the product portfolio in the U.S. Jason currently resides in the Chicago suburbs with his wife and two children.