On April 1, 2021, Spiroflow Systems’ very own Chief Operating Officer, Don Mackrill, was invited to participate in Kansas State Bulk Solids Innovation Center’s latest educational course that will provide a comprehensive overview on dry bulk solids handling.
On March 23, 25, 30 and April 1, BSIC will host the Powder and Bulk Solids Academy: Overview of Bulk Solids Processing, Flow, and Air Filtration. These four, half- day classes will be conducted virtually, with a heavy emphasis on a practical understanding of how solid material properties are used to design reliable equipment and processes. The course is designed to pair lecture material with practical hands-on demonstrations of state-of-the-art technology and equipment.
Kansas State’s Bulk Solids Innovation Center partners with the industry’s leading industrial and strategic organizations, with more than three dozen key players offering direct and regular support in a variety of ways. Don Mackrill from Spiroflow Systems will be leading the discussion on “Comparison of Mechanical Conveying Methods” on the fourth and final day of the course.
Kansas State University’s Bulk Solids Innovation Center (BSIC) was created to support continuous improving technology and knowledge related to the powder and bulk solids industry. It is the only university-centered facility in North America to offer services such as material properties testing, product and equipment testing, research and development including consulting services, and educational classes all surrounding bulk solids materials.
Spiroflow is pleased to be supporting their partners at the Kansas State University, Bulk Solids Innovation Center during their upcoming training course “Powder and Bulk Solids Academy: Overview of Bulk Solids Processing, Flow and Air Filtration” starting on March 23rd.