Two 1-day training courses presented in English are to be held at the Palas GmbH facility in Karlsruhe during November 2011:
Particle Measurement Technology for Filter Testing – Wed 16th Nov
Led by Martin Schmidt, Jürgen Spielvogel and Sven Schütz this course covers:
Aerosol Technology for Cleanrooms – Thurs 17th Nov
Led by Leander Molter and Sven Schütz this course covers:
Both courses are charged (€360 to Palas GmbH) and include drinks, a light meal and all training materials.
Hotel detail can be supplied on request and the closest airports are Karlsruhe — Baden Baden (50km), Frankfurt (130km), Stuttgart (80km) or Strasbourg (80km), all with regular rail services into Karlsruhe.
Places are limited to 16 max. so please respond as soon as possible and at the latest by 9th Nov.
We hope that you are able to take up these training opportunities.
Andrew Chalmers – Director at Filter Integrity Limited
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