Subject: Buss Kneader Seminar
Date& Time: January 13, 2014at 12:00pm
Location: Polymers Center Of Excellence
8900 Research Dr., Charlotte, NC 28262
The Buss Kneader Compounding presentation is geared towards the end customer and the speaker, Andreas Riek will discuss how their Buss Kenading technology addresses many of the demanding compounding requirements today for applications such as PVC pelletizing, Cable Compounds, Masterbatch, Calender feeding and Powder coating and toners.
BUSS has been refining this technology for sixty years, and continues to transform all findings into customer benefits. BUSS excels in long-term customer partnership and first-class service with fast response.
Andreas Rieck from Buss AG will be giving the presentation. Andreas received
his degree of Mechanical Engineer and Rubber and Plastics Technologist from University Chemnitz in Germany in 1980 and began his professionally career later the same year with Gummiwerke Elbe Corp. in Wittenberg Germany. He started as an application engineer, was involved with R&D and held the position as Manager for Product Developments (injection molding, laminating and coating, surface coatings). He completed his education with a study of Industrial Electronic Components at Engineering School in Eisleben in Germany in 1986.
After 11 years with Gummiwerke Elbe in Germany Andreas joined the Buss AG near Basel and moved over to Switzerland. Over the last 20 years Mr. Rieck has held positions at Buss in Project Management and Process Engineering. He works currently as Senior Process Engineer and Product Manager for PVC compounding applications world wide and is mainly partnered with colleagues and customers around the North and Center American market. Today he has 30 plus years of industrial polymer processing experience and holds patents.
Please reserve your seat for the January 13th, SPE Carolinas meeting by clicking this link, or call 704-602-4127 . You will receive a confirmation (email) when we receive your registration..
Cost: SPE Members: $20.00, SPE Non-members: $25.00
CASH or Check made out to SPE Carolina Section. NO debit or credit cards accepted at monthly meetings.
The purpose of the Richard Goolsby Scholarship Fund is to provide scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students who have shown a career interest or demonstrated practical experience in the plastics industry.
Goolsby Dcholarship applicants must meet the following criteria:
1) Be a rising college sophomore, junior or senior at a four year college or two year technical school or a graduate of a four year college to obtain a post secondary graduate degree.
2) Be a full time student in good academic standing.
3) Be majoring in or talking courses that would be benificial to a career in the plastics industry. This includes bit is not limited to chemistry, physics, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering and business administration.
Scholarships will rande from $1,000 to $4,000 annually at the discretion of the Goolsby Scholarship Committee. Scholarships are awarded for one year only, but may be reviewed annually for three additional years provided satisfactory academic performance is maintained.
APLICATIONS DEADLINE: February 19. 2013
For more information, please contact:
Richard Goolsby Scholarship Fund
Foundation For The Carolinas, 220 North Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28202
For more details please go to the following link - www.fftc.org
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