Overview

Title: Advancing Industry 4.0 in Plastics with Hydraulic Fluids

Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Duration: 1 hour

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Summary

The emergence of the smart factory is changing the plastics processing landscape.

 

To realize the full potential of Industry 4.0, it is essential to ensure your equipment is optimized. That’s where hydraulic fluids come in. This webinar explains how a simple change in hydraulic fluids can enhance your plastic processing plant, improving energy efficiency and productivity.

 

   

Meet the experts

 

Dr. Robin KentDr. Robin Kent

Author of “An Energy Saving Guide for Plastic Injection Molding Machines”

 

 

As the leading authority on energy management in plastics processing, Robin’s typical survey work identifies some 30 percent reductions in energy use and carbon footprint. He has authored 450 technical papers and seven books over more than 45 years in polymer processing, as well as conducted energy surveys on more than 500 companies.

 

 

Robert GraceRobert Grace

Former founding Editor-in-Chief & Associate Publisher of Plastic News

 

 

One of the most accomplished journalists in the plastics sector, Robert worked until recently at Crain Communications, a leading B2B publisher, over a span of 34 years. While there, he served as conference director, associate publisher and business development director. Today, he owns his own consulting firm and consults with the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE).

 

 

Adam McMurtreyAdam McMurtrey

Mobil ServSM Lubrication Engineer

 

 

 

Adam McMurtrey is a Lubrication Engineer for ExxonMobil’s Fuels & Lubricants business. Adam graduated with a chemical engineering degree from Brigham Young University and has since held numerous positions focusing on energy efficiency.