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Seifert and Skinner Sponsor Composite Pressure Vessel Symposium

11 October 2011

Seifert and Skinner (SS) are sponsoring a Symposium on Composite Pressure Vessels which will be held from 15th – 17th November, at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Hasselt, Belgium.

SS say the three day Symposium program will feature presentations by invited speakers on Design and Analysis, Development, Testing, Qualification and Certification, the Filament Winding Process, Production Methods and Equipment, Recent Advances and other topics. Applications for composite pressure vessels include storage of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Hydrogen (H2), air and other gases, energy storage, water treatment vessels and many other applications.

The cost per delegate is €875 (plus VAT), and attendee registrations and exhibitor registrations are being taken on the Symposium web site at http://www.CPVSymposium.com.

A table-top exhibition for suppliers of raw materials, machinery, software, engineering services and other products for composite pressure vessel technology will be held in conjunction with the Symposium.





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