AGR conducts three Training Seminars in Krakow, Poland

Two teams of AGR Instructors recently conducted Training Seminars in Krakow, Poland. Peter de Haan and Gary Smay first conducted the “Advanced Testing & Fracture Diagnosis of Glass Bottles” teaching techniques required to solve complex glass breakage and performance related problems.

They next conducted “Coating Technology” which explained the role of surface coatings in maintaining glass strength, their application in both hot end and cold end as well as problems associated with use of coatings.The second AGR team, consisting of Bill Slusser and Brad Salitrik conducted the “Design Evaluation & Lightweighting” training seminar where participants learned key design principles necessary to achieve acceptable bottle performance, as well as improvements in existing designs and techniques for Lightweighting.

The teams were supported by Aleksander Broda, AGR Commercial Manager for Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Poland, who also provided walking tours of Krakow for the participants.  To learn more about all of seminars for the remainder of 2015 and all of 2016, go to “Training” above to see a description of each one in our “Seminar Catalogue” or the “Training Schedule” for specific dates. Please don’t hesitate to “Contact Us” if you have any questions.

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Date: 12 October 2015
Source: www.americanglassresearch.com

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