Topway Global Inc. is hosting its annual technical seminar on Oct. 2, 2007 at its headquarters in Brea, California. The seminar is approved by WQA for CPD/CEU credit, and will have programs for the three major POE valve manufacturers, plus an extra segment on commercial reverse osmosis systems. The company will provide prizes throughout the day, plus gifts and a raffle at the end of the seminar.
Speakers at the event will include: Terry Heckman, CWS-VI from GE Water Technologies, discussing GE/Autotrol controls, Merlin R.O. and Homespring systems; John Piasecki from Clack Corporation discussing Clack programming, repair, filter media applications and related flow rate parameters; Craig Bybee representing Pentair Water Treatment focusing on the Fleck 7000 and 5600 valves; and Chris Sacksteder representing the Dow Chemical Company presenting “Membrane Autopsy Demo,” which will review key components of a spiral wound element and the impact of active membrane area on system performance. Participants will be able to properly size a commercial RO unit.
There is no cost to attend the seminar, but guests are asked to RSVP by Friday, September 21, 2007 by faxing to (714) 255-8229.