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6pm - Thursday
September 22, 2016
Speaker: Dustin Searcy is Product Manager of Electric Valves and Solenoid valves at Sporlan Division -- Parker Hannifin. Dustin earned his Mechanical Engineering degree at the University of Missouri. Over the past ten years with Sporlan he has held various roles. Beginning as a Sales Engineer, Dustin called on wholesalers, contractors and OEM customers. As a Supermarket Application Engineer, Dustin worked with supermarket chains throughout the country providing training and application engineering related to Sporlan products. Much of the focus was on electric valves and controllers for system performance improvements. In 2015 he assumed the role of product manager for Electric Valves. Solenoid Valves were added to his product management duties in 2016.
Topic: Electric valves. EEVs and EEPRs and controllers.
This is a PEU approved seminar. There is no charge if you don't need PEU credit. There will be a $15 charge for members and $25 for non-members requesting PEU credit. Arrive early to fill out your PEU paperwork which will be distributed after the conclusion of the seminar.
The Chapter Board of directors will meet immediately following the seminar to plan for future meetings. If you don't help, there may not be many more.
(You can click on the map for directions.)
4260 Shoreline Dr.
Earth City, MO 63045
The speaker at our last meeting in June was Harold Coleman with ICF International. He presented a very informative session covering Ameren's Rebate Programs. Many thanks to Harold for a fine presentation!
The board has decided to host the Annual Mid West Association Conference next March. We’ll need the assistance of many our members and local business to make it a success. If you would like to help in any way, make yourself know to a board member. We need to pick a site for the conference, ladies to put together a women’s program, and vendors for booths.
There are still positions open on the chapter's board of directors that need to be filled. Hang around after the meeting to see what you can do to help. Keep the chapter going and add line to your resume! The facts are, the “old guys” won’t be around forever and someone’s going to need to step in when we leave if the chapter is to continue. Show them you appreciate the work they’ve done through the years and speak up now before it’s too late.
If your organization has an educational opportunity for our trade coming up, let us know so we can share it with our membership so that all can benefit.
We are always interested in your ideas for speakers and topics.
Contact a board member and let them know what your interests are.
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