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Training Course will focus on rubber testing.
Press Release Summary:
Apr 07, 2011 - Sponsored by ASTM International, Rubber Testing: Selecting, Performing and Interpreting ASTM Rubber Test Methods focuses on most common rubber test methods used in rubber industry today. This technical and professional training course discusses nature of tests, why they are performed, interpretation of results, and how information can be used to improve rubber fabrication. Course will be offered October 5-6, 2011 in Akron, OH.
Original Press Release
Rubber Testing Focus of ASTM International Training Course
Press release date: Apr 05, 2011
It discusses the nature of the tests, why the tests are performed, interpretation of test results, and how this information can be used to improve rubber fabrication. This class is designed for rubber technologists and chemists; compounders; process engineers; laboratory managers, supervisors and technicians; quality assurance managers and engineers; shop foremen; technical sales people; rubber producers and users; or anyone with a need to understand these commonly used ASTM test methods.
This course will be offered on Oct. 5-6, 2011, at the University of Akron Polymer Training Center in Akron, Ohio.
The class attendance fee is $895 USD and includes a copy of ASTM Manual 39, Basic Rubber Testing: Selecting Methods for a Rubber Test Program, continental breakfast and afternoon refreshment breaks.
This course can be tailored to your company's needs and can be brought by ASTM International to your site. Contact Scott Murphy, ASTM International (phone: 610-832-9685; firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
To register or for a free brochure, contact Eileen Finn, ASTM International (phone: 610-832-9686; email@example.com) or register online on the ASTM website.
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