The recording of the June 18 Troubleshooting Spray Dryer Baghouses webinar is now available online.

Over the summer, Caloris will be offering periodic webinars on process technology topics. The next webinar is:

July 16: When to Replace Your Membranes – presented by Caloris Engineering Manager for Membrane Systems Gary Maxson

Each webinar will be held via Zoom at 3 p.m. Eastern. Advanced registration is required. Registration for the first webinar is open at the link above. For the full list of webinars and recordings, click here.

To stay informed about the upcoming webinar schedule and to register, be sure to join our email list and/or follow us on the following social media venues:

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Have a topic you would like to suggest for a future webinar? Let us know — send email to problem.solved@caloris.com

Caloris is OPEN. Do not hesitate to contact Caloris at any time for support, sales or strategy discussions. Call 410-200-9124 or send email to problem.solved@caloris.com to be put in touch with one of our engineers.

 

 

 
 

About Caloris

Caloris transforms process systems design for the better with unexpected, future-focused solutions that solve real operational problems. We engineer efficient, dependable and productive solutions that also improve environmental sustainability where practical. Designed with the end user in mind to drive plant productivity. Caloris offers evaporation, membrane filtration and spray drying process systems for food and dairy industries, as well as for water reuse and wastewater treatment applications. Both Caloris’ custom and pre-engineered packaged systems are designed to meet our customers’ specific concentration/purification needs utilizing the most cost effective and energy efficient technologies available. Whether concentrating dairy, food or juice products at a high-volume production facility, or processing industrial wastewaters to reduce transportation and treatment costs and recover re-usable water, Caloris provides a range of options and technologies.