"A Step Beyond Clean" show is Oct. 18-20 in CT.

Dow SAFECHEM, Hubbard-Hall and Pero team together for demonstrations on next generation, emission-less cleaning machines


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Finishers are invited to join Dow/SAFECHEM, Hubbard-Hall and Pero Corporation for a Clean Show "A Step Beyond Clean" on October 20 at Pero’s US headquarters in Windsor, CT.

Attendees will receive information in all areas of precision parts cleaning to help run their businesses more efficiently and cost-effectively, say organizers. Several next generation, state-of-the-art cleaning machines will be on display for product demonstrations. Additionally, finishers can learn about the performance and safety benefits of SAFECHEM’s closed-loop delivery system for high-grade solvents.
Admission is free to the event, which includes an open house and updates of various regulations and technology impacting the finishing business. In addition to presentations by industry experts, the event will also feature Curt Spalding, the US EPA Region 1 Administrator.
To register, please visit www.morleynet.com/thecleanshow (access code: beyond) or contact mlineweber@hubbardhall.com. The event is located at Pero Corporation, 900(G) River Street, Windsor, CT 06095
October 20: Open House, Product Demonstrations and Dinner
8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m. Appointments available for customer specific cleaning trials
1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Technical presentations led by each company and product demonstrations
3 p.m. Special regulatory update featuring Curt Spalding, Regional Admin, U.S. EPA, Region 1
4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Complimentary Dinner


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