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Burger & Brown Engineering, maker of Smartflow cooling related products, held its inaugural Scientific Cooling class on Sept. 24-25 in Grandview, MO. The firm has been working for more than a year to research and develop content for this comprehensive two-day educational class dealing with the science of cooling in injection molds, the company stated.

PlasticsToday Staff

October 28, 2013

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Burger and Brown Engineering creates Scientific Cooling Class for injection molders

Burger & Brown Engineering, maker of Smartflow cooling related products, held its inaugural Scientific Cooling class on Sept. 24-25 in Grandview, MO. The firm has been working for more than a year to research and develop content for this comprehensive two-day educational class dealing with the science of cooling in injection molds, the company stated.

"The inaugural class was filled to capacity with attendees from some of the biggest names in our industry and from as far away as Boston, MA," the company stated.  

In the development of Scientific Cooling, Burger & Brown cultivated leading technology partners who provided encouragement, collaboration and donations of equipment to furnish a mold-cooling laboratory in the Burger & Brown plant. The following supporters are gratefully acknowledged: DME Company, FLIR Thermography, Regloplas USA, RJG, Inc., Sigma Plastic Services, and Toyo Machinery/Maruka.

During the coming weeks and months, additional class dates will be offered in Grandview. CEO Mark Brown states that the class is also available for in-plant training at customer facilities.   

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