During the presentation, titled New Generation of Chemical Dispensing Systems, Braun will outline industry trends in chemical dispensing systems, and the difference between the “open” systems used today and the “closed” systems of the future. He will discuss some of the benefits that are derived from adopting a closed-system approach, including: simplified logistics; reduced chemical waste, exposure and costs; enhanced worker safety; and minimized environmental impact. Braun will also offer insights on how RFID technology can be used to enhance safety of dispensing systems.
In addition, as an example of the closed systems Braun refers to in his presentation, Colder will display its quick disconnect couplings and dispensing systems in their booth. The DrumQuik® PRO quick disconnect dispensing system will be featured, along with the patented Universal Dispensing Coupler (UDC) that provides an instant connection to bag-in-box packaging systems. The company also will demonstrate many other products designed to minimize spillage and promote safety for workers and the environment.
“Open chemical dispensing systems are susceptible to spillage, waste and noxious vapor release and, as a result, needlessly expose personnel, equipment and the environment to hazardous chemicals and costly spills,” said Braun. “Companies can easily and cost effectively convert to closed dispense systems, like the DrumQuik PRO and UDC product lines, thereby minimizing waste and exposure, and increasing productivity, safety and profitability.”
Colder will also be exhibiting later this month at the Chem Show in New York, October 30 - November 2 (booth # 836), where the company will announce a series of product line expansions and enhancements for the DrumQuik PRO quick disconnect dispensing system.