Seminar: Encapsulation of electrical and electronic devices
Bodo Möller Chemie and Huntsman Advanced Materials invite on 30th October 2014 to their German speaking seminar “Encapsulation of electrical and electronic devices” in Esslingen.
Whether automobile manufacturers, air carriers or solar plant builder – modern electrical encapsulation has become indispensable in many highly innovative industries. In their successful electric seminar series Bodo Möller Chemie (www.bm-chemie.de) and the partner Huntsman Advanced Materials present on October 30th 2014 in Esslingen the growing role of the electrical encapsulation in production and development. Seminar participants will also have the opportunity to discuss their applications and projects with technical experts from the two companies on site.
Modern electrical encapsulation provides important protection for electrical and electronic assemblies. In this way cavities and sensitive components can be filled and can be secured against mechanical influences, chemicals, moisture and other environmental influences. The German language seminar is aimed at users, professionals and decision makers who want to know the possibilities of use of electrical encapsulation or want to deepen their knowledge. The speakers will discuss the advantages in many industrial areas – including cold flexible systems, Cast & Go systems, sensors, controllers, inductive components such as motors and transformers, silicones and application techniques.
With technical presentations, product presentations, workshops and case studies, the speakers teach both basic knowledge about processing, system selection and technical characteristics of the electrical encapsulation as well as knowledge and expertise from their years of experience.
A dinner following the one-day seminar offers the opportunity to interact intensively with speakers and other participants. For more information information you can download the invitation and the application form .The registration for the seminar is possible until 22nd September 2014.
Ort: Grabbrunnenstraße 19, Esslingen