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Meltblown Design, Advantages and Opportunities

Updated: Aug 19, 2022

Join Dr. Christine Sun, President, Waterloo Filtration Institute, and Dr. Bryan Haynes, Sr. Technical Director, Kimberly- Clark to learn about advanced meltblown process design, advantages, and opportunities.

This course aims to give the audience an in-depth understanding of meltblown technologies (including process design, electret charging, nanofibers, etc.) and why they are so effectively used in the fast-growing air/liquid filtration markets, such as face masks, HVAC, transportation, residential, commercial, and many other air/liquid applications. We will discuss the latest market estimates after COVID-19, new developments, opportunities, and trends at the end. (course outline).

Dr. Christine Sun is a renowned technical and market expert in the global filtration industry. She has 30 years of experience in meltblown technologies with over 100 publications. Dr. Bryan Haynes has over 35 years of experience in Meltblown with 44 US Patents and 16 Kimberly-Clark Trade Secrets. Want to learn more about meltdown technologies and new opportunities? Register here.

Advance Your Career WFI is proud to support the global filtration industry with the most comprehensive, efficient, practical, informative, and cost-effective education program, i.e. Certified Filtration and Separation Specialis (CFSS 2022) Program.

It is ideal for accelerating your career and business growth in the clean air and water filtration industry. It includes 22 short courses, 11 of which are required for the filtration and separation specialist certification. They are now available online for your convenience.

The CFSS 2022 certification exam will be on November 30, 2022, 8:00-10:00 am EST, and the 2022 Class Graduation Ceremony will be on December 7, 2022, 11:40 am - 12:00 pm EST, during the WFI 2022 Annual Conference. You should have plenty of time to review course materials and become a certified filtration and separation specialist. Register here.


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