Annual training in Beckum, Germany
In annual technical process training within the framework of our Christian Pfeiffer seminars our engineers provide application-oriented knowledge and answer any questions the participants may have.
This intensive 4-day Christian Pfeiffer seminar is specially designed for:
- Plant managers
- Technical, production and maintenance managers
- Engineers responsible for operating and/or maintaining grinding plants and equipment
- An overview of the grinding processes
- Comparative cost of ownership of the different grinding systems
- Latest design of ball mill and the internals
- Latest design of high efficiency separators
- Mill audit and axial sampling
- Impact of material characteristics & grindability
- Cement additives
- Influence of the grinding process on cement quality
- Workshop: Modernization of existing equipment
- Workshop: Plant performance (mill operation & improvement)
- Maintenance consideration & best practices
- Visit to a German cement plant in operation
Seminar Day 1 - 3
Early bird: 2.500,00 EUR until July 15th
Regular: 2.900,00 EUR from July 16th
All inclusive package contains:
Transfer from airport to hotel in Beckum, accomodation costs, transfer from hotel to Christian Pfeiffer (Seminar location) and back, catering , seminar participation, seminar training material, evening events
Optionally: Seminar day 4 - Plant visit: 200,00 EUR
Hotel, transfer, catering, plant visit
“This was an amazing course; the information was relevant and I look forward to applying it to my work”
“I will use the knowledge I gained from this course! It also allowed me to make contacts and talk to other people in the industry. I’m very happy with it!”
We are constantly developing and want to become even better and more efficient. In order to continue to be a partner to our customers over the long term, we want to share all the knowledge we have gained from various projects and our own development: Christian Pfeiffer invites its customers each year to a four-day seminar in Beckum on this topic.
Specific & applicable: Whether plant managers, technical, production or maintenance managers – the seminar used technical presentations and interactive workshops to provide practical answers on lowering energy costs, increasing production quality, current product and market developments as well as analysis and optimization opportunities.
Collaborative & personal: The right supporting program was an important building block here. We not only wanted our customers to feel comfortable and get to know our region and our roots, we especially wanted to create an environment that supported lively and free communication.
The consistently positive feedback is a reward for the intense preparation and execution across all departments. We are looking forward to next year!