SEEPEX’s upcoming virtual trade shows

Even though public gatherings have been greatly reduced or cancelled due to corona, this does not mean that professionals will be deprived of information around new technological innovations.

Organizers have quickly switched over and transferred trade shows and congresses online. SEEPEX successfully presented at the Virtual Process Show and IFAT Business Summit in the last few months. Now three more specialist events are approaching.


Condition Monitoring at the Smart Process Manufacturing Congress

The first online conference of Smart Process Manufacturing Congress from Vogel Publishing House will be covering the subject of digitization on October 27-28. Dr. Christian Brehm, SEEPEX’s Digital Solutions Product Manager, will be speaking on "Condition monitoring for progressive cavity pumps in practice". He will be presenting the potential of digital solutions, i.e. how to optimize the pump process and considerably simplify maintenance work with solutions ranging from real-time monitor-ing to the Connected Services cloud solution.

Under the slogan "Demystifying Digitization", participants at the Smart Process Manufacturing Con-gress will be discussing the current challenges of digitization. New impulses for the future and solu-tion-oriented best practice examples await trade fair participants, as well as the opportunity to de-velop joint strategies for their companies.


Smart Air Injection at mybeviale

SEEPEX is bringing its expertise to mybeviale, the beer specialists’ summit, on November 11-12. This trade show for the Nuremberg BrauBeviale is a digital dialog platform for discussing interlinking the analog and digital worlds and will remain available to the BrauBeviale community all year round even after the official show ends. At the international capital goods fair for the drinks industry, SEEPEX as a world market leader in progressive cavity pumps will be presenting its new Smart Air Injection (SAI) application for breweries and distilleries. SAI consumes considerably less com-pressed air when conveying malt and hop spent grains compared to conventional methods, saving up to 80% in energy costs. Dr. Stephan Mottyll will explain the advantages of SAI to brewing ex-perts.

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