Date: 8th and 9th March 2017
Venue: St Paul’s Hotel, Sheffield
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) is running its popular course providing an introduction to aerosol technology. The two-day course is designed to give a good understanding of how aerosols work, how the components, such as cans and valves, and the final product is manufactured, what affects the performance, as well as the environmental and regulatory considerations that need to be taken into account.
It is designed for those new to the industry or anyone wanting to refresh their knowledge. It is also ideal for delegates who want to expand their knowledge within the sector. Course numbers are limited to allow for discussion and interaction with the expert speakers and other delegates.
The following topics will be covered:
- Introduction and regulatory framework
- Tinplate aerosol cans
- Aluminium aerosol cans
- Plastic containers
- Glass containers
- Aerosol valves
- Aerosol filling
The expert speakers work within the aerosol industry and will draw on their many years of experience within this dynamic sector. The course also provides delegates with an ideal opportunity to network.
For 2017, BAMA is offering a NEW lower rate of £295+VAT for members. For non-members the cost to attend is £760+VAT.
For further details on the course visit the BAMA website at www.bama.co.uk/courses or telephone 0207 828 5111.
For further press information please contact:
Membership & Communications Manager, BAMA
Tel: 0207 8285111 / 07766 111773