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Technical Cleanliness Expert Day Conference is Sept. 25

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This one-day conference will focus on technical cleanliness concepts and establishing production and assembly cleanliness standards.

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Lev Pekarsky

Lev Pekarsky, technical expert, contamination and filtration, Ford Motor Co., uses a cleanliness analysis system that gives a microscopic analysis of particles, automatically recognizing metallic pieces that can’t be seen with the naked eye.

Technical Cleanliness Expert Day, which will be held Sept. 25, at the Bertram Inn and Conference Center in Aurora, Ohio (outside of Cleveland), and will focus on technical cleanliness concepts and establishing production and assembly cleanliness standards. Quality engineers, manufacturing engineers, metallurgists, project engineers and supply chain/purchasing engineers who need to assure their suppliers’ cleanliness standards will get the most out of attending this conference.

Lev Pekarsky, a contamination and filtration specialist from Ford Motor Company, will be one of the featured speakers, talking about Technical Cleanliness Concepts for Supply Chain Management. Mr. Pekarsky was recently featured in the Production Machining article “Cleanliness Compliance is Critical for Automotive Suppliers.”

Other speakers include Markus Roessler, vice president of Glaeser Inc.; Peter Feamster, product management at Jomesa North America Inc.; and Ben Abraham, business development at Gateway Analytical.

Registration is $120 per person, which includes refreshments/snacks during break times and lunch, as well as a cocktail reception night before the seminar. To register for the event, email Peter Feamster at Jomesa or email Markus Roessler at Glaeser Inc.

Gardner Business Media, Production Machining and Products Finishing are the media partners for this event.

For more information about the Technical Cleanliness Expert Day, including an agenda, click here.

 

 

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