Continuing Education – Evening Lecture
Converting Batch Processes to Continuous Processes
Presenter: Larry Bee, P.E.
Vice President of Engineering, ProFlow, Inc.
North Haven, Connecticut USA
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
5:30pm-6:30pm – Presentation
6:30pm-6:45pm – Q&A Session & Closing Remarks
PDH Credit: 1 credit
Location: Due to COVID, this will be an online presentation only
$10 each for attendees wanting PDH Credit and Certificate
Free for attendees wanting to monitor the session with no credit or certificate but registration is required
This presentation will cover the following key elements related to continuous process:
- What is a Continuous Process?
- What Processes are Traditionally Batch Processes?
- What Processes are easily made continuous?
- What Processes are seen as difficult for continuous Processes?
- Examples of Typical Batch to Continuous Process opportunities
- Examples of Continuous Process Equipment used
- Opportunities of moving to continuous process model
- Eliminate Operator Exposure
- Control Processes and Contain
- Production –
- Increased Flexibility Product Mix, Quantities
- Remove Schedule Constraints
- Increased Reliability
- Optimize Ingredient Usage
Larry Bee, P.E., is the Vice President of Engineering at ProFlow, Inc. North Haven, Connecticut USA. Mr. Bee has a BS and MS in Engineering. He is a member of ISA and ISPE. He holds a Professional Engineer License in Control Systems Engineering from the State of Connecticut. He has worked in manufacturing plants and designed process machinery for the past 30 years. His primary interest is in Controls and Automation with a specific interest in Continuous Process.
Please register no later than Tuesday, May 18 at 12 noon. Cancellation requests received by the registration deadline will be fully refunded.
Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Cynthia Tarun at email@example.com, 832-341-4960 (Mobile).
Registration for PDH Credit and Certificate must be completed by submitting the PayPal information at the bottom of the Confirmation page. That page will appear when you submit this form.