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Join us for the latest FREE IWT webinars and develop your understanding of washing best practices and design.

// July, 2020

Join us for the latest FREE IWT webinars and develop your understanding of washing best practices and design.

Richard Clarke, UK Business Development Manager at IWT is offering two FREE webinars, one will feature customised racking and basket design and how it is essential to ensure tailor made washing solutions. 

In the second webinar he will discuss washing automation and how automated processes are the future, as they deliver repeatable cleaning solutions.

So, why not join us? 

Registration is easy, just click on the links below and put in your details. You will then be sent the meeting details.

A brief synopsis of each webinar can be found below:

‘It’s in the detail’ - Customised Design at IWT 

In this webinar Richard will discuss customised racking and basket design and how they are essential to achieve outstanding cleaning for a wide range of applications such as hoses, punches, aspect filling lines etc. Baskets and racks need to be specifically designed to meet organisations individual washing requirements! This webinar will also discuss the importance of perfect water coverage, the correct water solution and effective drying of component parts.

22nd July, 2020 at 11am GMT
Please click here to register for the ’It’s in the Detail’ webinar.

The Rise of the Machines - Washing Automation 

In this webinar ‘The Rise of the Machines’ Richard will be discussing how legislation is pushing the industry to demonstrate how a hand washing SOP (Stand Operating Practice) can provide safety to its operators and cleaning specialists, whilst also delivering a fully traceable and repeatable cleaning processes. He will explain why he believes that automation will play a key part in future washing procedures and how your cleaning practices will benefit.

23rd July, 2020 at 11am GMT 
Please click here to register for the ’The Rise of the Machines’ webinar.


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