Webinar: NETZSCH Fluid Handling Solutions in Difficult Applications

Webinar: Fluid Handling Solutions in Difficult Applications

Positive displacement pumps: The optimal solution for a wide range of applications

Highly innovative and reliable fluid handing solutions based on our range of positive displacement pumps for applications in all industries. In this webinar on Thursday, September 30th, 2021 our Global Trainer, John Coles will show you our proven solutions conveying difficult media in challenging applications.

Even high viscosity, low NPSH, large solids, high suction lift and applications where there are space constraints or mobile and versatile units are required do not face any problems with our products. NETZSCH pumping solutions are specifically designed for each application, based upon the chemical characteristics of the handled fluid, duty parameters such as viscosity, operating temperature and pressure. Our custom solutions will meet your process requirements resulting in optimized production processes and product quality.

Decades of experience in the field of positive displacement pumps

For over six decades and at five manufacturing plants over the world, NETZSCH has been developing and producing high-quality, innovative pump systems supported by numerous patents. The expansion of the product range opens up even more qualitative new possibilities for your manufacturing processes in a wide variety of applications. We promise you will have fewer worries by the end of the webinar because the questions posed above will definitely not bother you in the future. So do not hesitate and register now! Your customized pumping solution is already waiting for you.

Overview of the webinar on NETZSCH fluid handling solutions in difficult applications:

  • Date: September 30th 2021
  • Time: 1:00 PM (AEST)
  • Duration: 45 - 60 Minutes
  • Language of presentation: English
  • Moderator: John Coles (Global Trainer) and Bryan Ong (Technical Director, Projects - SEAO Region)
  • Host: NETZSCH Pumps & Systems - South East Asia and Oceania
Date Country
30 Sep 2021, 01:00 pm – 02:00 pm Australia Register