Takeaways from this Webcast:
Ethylene and downstream Petrochemical plants can suffer from multiple contamination related issues. Contamination control remains one of the biggest challenges faced by plant managers today. It is critical to ensure major equipment such as heat exchangers, distillation towers, and compressors are free of impurities and operating at full capacity. This webcast covers how effective and reliable contaminant removal through filtration and separation can help optimize chemical and petrochemical plant operations.The advantages of removing these contaminants include:
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Tom Wines, PhD.
Director, Applications Development
Thomas H. Wines is currently a Director of Applications Development for Pall Corporation’s Fluid Technologies & Asset Protection (FTAP) Group. Prior to assuming the above role, Tom was Director of Product Management, Senior Marketing Manager and Senior Staff Engineer for the Scientific and Laboratory Services Division at Pall. He has 30 years of filtration, separation, and purification experience serving the refinery, gas processing, and chemical industries, and is a specialist in the fields of liquid/gas and liquid/liquid coalescing. He has authored 48 technical publications and given numerous presentations in this field at professional societies. He holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University and is a member of AIChE.
Petrochemical Vertical Market Manager
John Sica is currently the Petrochemical Vertical Market Manager for Pall Corporation’s Fluid Technologies & Asset Protection (FTAP) Group. Prior to assuming the above role, John was the Global Account Manager for Strategic Accounts specializing in the general chemical industry. He has 18 years of filtration, separation, and purification experience serving the general industrial sector. He holds a Bachelor in Chemical Engineering from Villanova University, an MBA from Fordham University, and is a member of AIChE.
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