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Nordson Powder Coating Training Is May 13-14 and August 13-14

hands-on, two-day Powder Coating Workshop is an intensive, introductory seminar on powder coating materials, their application, troubleshooting and maintenance, as well as hands-on training.
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Nordson Corporation has announced two new hands-on powder coating workshops for May 13-14 and August 13-14 at their Amherst, Ohio facility.

The hands-on, two-day Powder Coating Workshop is an intensive, introductory seminar on powder coating materials, their application, troubleshooting and maintenance, as well as hands-on training.



You should attend if you are:

 

  • New to a powder coating operation
  • Considering converting from a liquid to a powder coating system
  • Involved in or currently working on a powder coating line

 

In the classroom, learn the latest:

  • Properties, storage and handling of powder coating materials
  • Application equipment – components, use, maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Powder booth and recovery systems and troubleshooting

 

Attendees will first learn how the equipment is designed to work, then how to use and maintain it. There will also be a hands-on portion of the workshop in the powder demonstration lab.

 
 

Lunch is provided both days

 

May 13-14 or August 13-14

Time: 8:00-4:30pm
Location: Nordson Corporation, 300 Nordson Drive, Amherst, OH 44001
Continental breakfast and lunch provided both days.
Cost: $450 per person (includes workbook)

 

Please visit www.nordson.com/powder-workshop to register.

 



 

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