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IEX 2016: Technical Training Courses

IEX 2016

20 Oct 2015

The popular and long running series of Ion Exchange events will continue in 2016 with 'IEX 2016: Ion Exchange - a continuing success story' on Wednesday 6  - Friday 8 July 2016 at Robinson College, Cambridge.

As in previous years, the conference will be preceded by technical training courses which will run on Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 July 2016 at the same venue as the conference.

The first of these will be 'Ion Exchange Plant Design and Operation' which will run over both days, and will focus on providing a good basic understanding of plant specification, including the effect of raw water quality, pre-treatment requirements, process selection and relating this to end user treated water quality.

Further presentations will cover how resins are manufactured, the different generic resin types and how they are used. The final sessions will cover plant operation, monitoring and control, and troubleshooting basic ion exchange problems.

The course is designed for utilities engineers, plant supervisors, chemists and those needing a better understanding of water purification by ion exchange. It will also be of value to graduate trainees in consultancies, EPC contractors, operating companies and water treatment plant suppliers.

The second course, 'Ion Exchange Plant Modelling', takes place on Monday 4 July 2016 and will focus on providing a good understanding of plant design calculations and how they can be used specification, including the effect of raw water quality, pre-treatment requirements, process selection and relating this to end user treated water quality. Further presentations will cover how resins are manufactured, the different generic resin types and how they are used. The final sessions will cover plant operation, monitoring and control, and troubleshooting basic ion exchange problems.

The final course, 'Ion Exchange Plant Troubleshooting', takes place on Tuesday 5 July 2016 and will provide a good basic understanding of plant operation, the problems which may arise, their diagnosis and solution. The course is designed for utilities engineers, plant supervisors, chemists and those needing a better understanding of water purification by ion exchange. It will also be of value to graduate trainees in consultancies, EPC contractors, operating companies and water treatment plant suppliers.

All of the trainers are experienced, practising engineers drawn from ion exchange resin suppliers, water treatment plant designers and consultants in the industry.

A special discounted fee is available for those wishing to attend both Ion Exchange Plant Modelling on Monday 4 July 2016 and Ion Exchange Plant Troubleshooting on Tuesday 5 July 2016.

There will be wine receptions each evening, a Gala dinner on the Monday evening, an exhibition and plenty of opportunities for networking and discussion.

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