2021-10-01 Product news
Maximise your wastewater decanters’ performance, serviceability and sustainability
Focus on sustainability, population growth and the COVID pandemic have highlighted the critical importance of utilities and wastewater treatment for cities and councils across Australia and New Zealand.
Addressing the unique challenges for plant operators, maintenance personnel and industry contractors, Alfa Laval will share the company’s industry-leading wastewater expertise into how maximise, maintain and extend the lifetime value of your decanter centrifuges.
In addition to service and maintenance advice, the presentation will also provide an overview of upgrade and technology trends to maximise re-use of water and reduce sludge disposal cost.
This webinar is held exclusively for Australia and New Zealand, bringing together local Alfa Laval experts with industry professionals for a live presentation followed by Q&A.
Join this exclusive Alfa Laval webinar to learn about:
- Trends for decanter equipment for wastewater applications, including sustainability, connectivity, and technology innovation in sludge dewatering
- Top tips for maintaining your decanter to avoid downtime and unnecessary repairs
- Upgrading trends to extend the lifetime value of your decanters
Alfa Laval reserves the right to limit attendance to qualified industry professionals. Register today
About the presenters
National Manager for Food & Water
Alfa Laval New Zealand
Roger Johnson is Alfa Laval’s National Manager for Food & Water in New Zealand, helping customers optimise wastewater processes with sustainable solutions that save cost, improve performance and bring environmental benefits.
Roger has more than 15 years’ experience as a process engineer and industry expert. His career spans Alfa Laval’s extensive product portfolio of thermal, separation and hygienic fluid handling portfolio with multiple senior engineering and sales roles.
Field Service Engineer
Alfa Laval Australia
As a field service engineer, Eduardo Dal’Jovem has performed many major and intermediate services and repairs onsite at utilities and wastewater treatment plants in Queensland including bearings and o-rings replacements. He has also provided maintenance training on decanters to operators and maintenance personnel.
Eduardo has been working at Alfa Laval for more than seven years. He joined the company in Brazil before moving to Brisbane, Australia where he specialises in decanters and high speed separators. He is a graduated mechanical fitter and has an Industrial Technologist degree.
Sales Engineer, Separation Technology Sales & Service
Alfa Laval New Zealand
As an After-Sales Service Engineer for Alfa Laval New Zealand, Chris Elliott helps wastewater and utility customers maximise the lifetime value of their decanters by providing strategic advice and after sales support for equipment maintenance and upgrades.
Chris has 27 years’ experience in Alfa Laval firstly as a service engineer before transitioning to the Service Sales Engineer role 10 years ago and has a broad knowledge of Alfa Laval’s product portfolio mainly focusing on customer service for Waste Water, Protein and Marine and Diesel separation technologies.
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