Are you fully aware of the contamination risks in your manufacturing plant?
In this live, 30-minute webinar, you’ll learn:
- Best practices on how to avoid contamination
- Helpful tips on protecting your brand and product
- Real-life customer successes on achieving clean steam
If you don't have a good handle on the risks that may exist, then you’ll want to be sure to join us for this one-time live event. Here's the details:
WHEN: Tuesday, August 27, 2019
TIME: 1:00 p.m. EDT | 10:00 a.m. PDT
Meet the Steam Experts:
Spirax Sarco, Inc | 1150 Northpoint Blvd
Blythewood, SC 29016
Tel: (800) 883-4411 | Fax:(803) 714-2222
Have a question? Email Us
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Mike Skidmore | Market Development Executive
Spirax Sarco UK
Mike has over 11 years of experience working directly with customers on safety, energy recovery, efficiency improvement, and process upgrade projects with a focus on the UK food & beverage industry. In addition, he has supported sales, business development, technical support, and the project engineering teams. Mike is currently the Market Development Executive covering the Food & Beverage industry, and supports our operating companies worldwide in industry steam and thermal energy applications, food quality & safety and market trends. Mike holds a BE in Mechanical Engineering and is an Incorporated Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology. He currently resides in Cheltenham, UK with his wife and is a keen competitive cyclist.
Neil Davies | Market Development Manager
Spirax Sarco USA
Neil has over 24 years of experience working with steam systems in various capacities and has held several engineering and business development roles. Neil is currently the Market Development Manager covering the Food and Beverage industry for the USA. During his time at Spirax Sarco he has worked with many different customers, in many industries, including the food and beverage sector, and helps manufacturers identify steam system problems and areas for improving the efficiency, reliability, and safety of their steam systems. Neil has served as Chairman for the Secondary Pressure Drainers section at the Fluid Controls Institute (FCI) association of manufacturers and holds a patent for the “gas pressure driven pump having dual pump mechanisms.” Neil holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of the West of England, and has an MBA from the University of Phoenix.