From 18 to 20 February informed Dipl.-ing. Ben Haest about developments in the vibration test the current level of development in the vibration test is a seminar late February in Cologne. Information is organized the three-day training of the IMV Europe Ltd., the German branch of the leading manufacturer for vibration from Japan, is Ingenieurburo GmbH. Ben Haest, an experienced lecturer and consulting engineer and Managing Director of the company quality electronics design S.A, in cooperation with the Bertrandt participants from Tuesday, 18 February, to Thursday, 20 February, developments in the mechanical environment simulation with electrodynamic Schwingprufsystemen”. Are all users of Schwingprufsystemen and vibration controls, which would bring up to date, but also beginners are welcome.
Dipl.-ing. Ben Haest explains the suggestion such as sine, noise, shock with numerous practical examples. In addition, he is also beyond the basics beyond topics to discuss. Topics include: structure and calibration of accelerometers, valve life, shock theory and control as well as jigs and sliding tables. Ben Haest has more than 30 years of experience in the fields of engineering, product development, business development and corporate governance. The seminar will take place at Bertrandt Engineering GmbH, Oskar Schindler str.
10, gives. The participation costs 1100 euros plus VAT registration takes Nicole Stark, Bertrandt GmbH, Tel.: + 49 221 7022-166, fax: + 49 221 7022-100 or by E-mail at. IMV Corporation is a global leader in solutions for vibration and service with offices around the world. IMV was founded in Japan in 1957 and became a leading fixture in the industry in the following years with numerous innovations. Since 2011 the IMV Europe Ltd. in Germany. (Susanne Engelke, 13.01.14)