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The American Filtration & Separations Society has focused its new strategy to educate specifiers, buyers and users of filters and filtration and separation equipment during the 2005 AFS Annual Conference & Exposition April 10-13th in Atlanta.
In support of this endeavor, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) will be co-locating their 2005 Annual Spring Exposition with the AFS.
The combined exposition is expected to draw filter buyers and users from both AIChE and the AFS membership and from the process industry.
To maximize the opportunity for plant engineers, the AFS has created Plant Floor by setting aside a major portion of the exposition floor for manufacturers to demonstrate filtration products in continuous operating mode. This is a unique setting for the industry to inspect a wide variety of filters, filtration equipment and systems operating in a single location.
According to Scott Yaeger, AFS chairman, "We are excited about the opportunity and look forward to serving those who will benefit seeing filtration products demonstrated firsthand and serving the interests of the leading suppliers of filters and filtration and separation equipment."
Those individuals interested in visiting the Plant Floor to view functional filters and equipment or to attend the AFS Conference can obtain more information at the AFS website.
Filter and equipment manufacturers interested in exhibitor information may contact Steve Rose at 262-547-4900 X 11.