Beware the Storm in your Fluid System!

Beware the Storm in your Fluid System!

 

Please join us for  Global Webinar event as we discuss the cause and effect of electrostatic discharge in your rotating equipment and/or hydraulic & lube system fluids.

 

Attendees will learn how Electrostatic discharge (ESD) will destroy the fluid, create varnish and put your operations at risk. Most importantly, we’ll present solutions on how to reduce or eliminate the problem using anti-static filter protection and easy to use plug-and-play varnish removal solutions.

 

Join us to get long-term improvements quickly and ensure the productivity and reliability of your critical equipment.

 

 

Speakers

 

 

 

 

Keith Webb

EMEA Marketing Manager

Pall Corporation

 

Keith Webb is Marketing Manager at Pall Corporation for the EMEA region. Keith Webb, based in the UK, attended the University of Portsmouth, UK, obtaining a Chartered Institute of Marketing post-graduate Degree in 1996. His experience with Pall began in 1989 as a Technical Sales Engineer, before focusing on a career in Marketing Communications within Pall Industrial in 1994. In 2017, Keith became Pall Power Generation Market Manager, helping identify and promoting solutions-oriented support for Power Generation applications, and since Feb 2018, is the EMEA Market Manager for Pall Fluid Technologies and Asset Protection.

 

 

 

 

Tony Green

Principal Technical Specialist

Pall Corporation

 

Tony Green is Principal Technical  Specialist for Pall’s Asset Protection division working across industries  including primary metals, power generation, pulp & paper and the automotive sector.  He is responsible for the EMEA region and for automotive in-plant  worldwide . His role encompasses technical support, project management and product development. He joined Pall 32 years ago and has been responsible for a range of technical roles within the company. Before joining Pall Corp, he was a hydraulic design engineer responsible for the design of  actuators and electro hydraulic systems. Tony has an HND in Mechanical  engineering  from Southampton Solent University.