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Camfil Debuts Enhanced Website

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
 
Camfil Air Pollution Control, Jonesboro, AR, has launched a new website designed to showcase the company's expanded family of dust, mist and fume collection equipment for manufacturing industries. A responsive website designed for all types of devices, www.camfilapc.com provides instant access from the homepage to the company's recently added lines of mist collectors, wet scrubbers and compact dust collectors with cleanable filter systems, as well as the flagship line of Farr Gold-series cartridge dust collectors.
The viewer can browse key industries and applications for all products, as well as installation photos, processes and lists of common dusts to locate relevant information. Case studies and tutorials, regulatory updates on emission control and combustible dust, and a video library also can be accessed from the homepage. A search function and new Quick Links tab make it simple to drill deeper into related content. The site also contains image carousels, expandable captions and other visual enhancements.

Movers & Shakers

Monday, January 11, 2016
 

Steve Donnay has been named director of sales at Coe Press Equipment (www.coepress.com), which designs and manufactures coil-handling and servo roll-feed equipment.

Formtek Group has promoted Mike Roy to Southeastern regional sales manager. The company supplies equipment to the metalforming and metal-processing industries. For more, visit www.formtekgroup.com.


Trumpf Training Earns Certification for Student Veterans

Friday, January 8, 2016
 
Trumpf, Farmington, CT, has announced that its Farmington training center has been approved by the State Approving Agency (SAA) of the Connecticut Office of Higher Education to train eligible Veterans Affairs (VA) educational beneficiaries.

The SAA approval stems from a rigorous application process followed by a site survey of Trumpf’s training facilities, according to company officials. With this certification, the training center reportedly becomes the first and only center in the machine-tool industry that is both International Association for Continuing Education and Training-certified and certified by the SAA to train eligible veterans. Since tuition is now covered by the VA education-assistance program, veterans now have the opportunity to enroll in Trumpf sheetmetal-fabricating-machinery and industrial-laser training courses and earn continuing-education credits at no cost to them. 

For more on the courses offered, visit the company’s training page at www.mytrumpf.com/us_training.

 

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