AKRON (June 4) — A paper on new developments in coolant hose technology by Al Feit of Goodyear will be among the 14 presentations made at the June 11-12 Hose Manufacturers´ Conference in Cleveland.
Feit, project compounder at the Engineered Products Research Center in Akron for Goodyear, will discuss developments in coolant changes, electrochemical degradation resistance, high- and low-temperature environments and how the temperatures influence the materials used.
The 1½-day program for hose manufacturers is organized jointly by Rubber & Plastics News and Goodyear Engineered Products. It will take place at the Conference Center at the Holiday Inn, about 12 miles from Cleveland Hopkins Airport, and feature presentations on the latest advancements in equipment, compounding, materials and research and development, as well as relevant business aspects.
Twelve technology providers also will be conducting tabletop exhibits at the conference.
The event is designed for senior managers, manufacturing engineers, plant managers and supervisors, R&D compounders and quality assurance supervisors involved in all aspects of rubber hose production.
For more information, go to RPN´s hose conference site.