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Putting Bellows Technology to Work to Help Solve your Design Challenges

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019, at 2:00pm EST

What do medical pumps, diving watches, oxygen valves, flexible mechanical couplings, and semiconductor wafer handlers all have in common? They all rely on bellows: flexible, spring-like precision-engineered components that come in a variety of designs, materials, and geometries.
 
Bellows technology is utilized in hundreds of mechanical components and OEM products around the world, for pressure compensation, volume compensation, switches, valves, expansion joints, feedthroughs and more.  Engineers rely on their unique performance capabilities for a wide range of engineering applications in aerospace, semiconductor, energy, medical and industrial.
 
During this webinar we will explain the differences between metal bellows technologies that are available to you, electrodeposited, edge welded, and hydroformed. Plus, we will define the performance characteristics, materials, and manufacturing techniques that make each unique. At the conclusion you will be able to make an informed decision when choosing the bellows technology that will best suit your application and your budget.


Speakers:


Robert Collins, Technical Sales Engineer, Servometer

Robert Collins is part of the Technical Sales Engineering team at Servometer, focusing on electrodeposited bellows technology in the aerospace, medical, instrumentation and energy industries. Rob has been providing critical engineering support with new project designs as well as new product applications for his customers since joining Servometer in 2011. Rob holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology. He has an extensive background in Environmental Controls and various equipment designs and has been involved in both Research and Development as well as Manufacturing Engineering for OEM suppliers for over 20 years.





Mark Rawls, Technical Sales Engineer, BellowsTech

Mark Rawls leads the technical sales engineering team at BellowsTech, a MW Industries company, focusing on edge welded metal bellows technology in the aerospace, medical, instrumentation and energy industries. Mark provides knowledgeable application support for highly engineered bellows solutions in all the industries BellowsTech serves. In 2011, Mark started as a design engineer and worked as a member of the design engineering team at BellowsTech until 2017 when he transitioned to the technical sales engineering team providing direct one-on-one customer support. Mark holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of North Florida. He has experience in research and development as well as material testing with Universities in the United States and Germany.


Kris Varnes, Director of Sales, Ameriflex

Kristy Varnes is the Director of Sales at Ameriflex, Inc., a MW Industries company, specializing in hydroformed bellows technology for the semiconductor, aerospace, medical, oil & gas and energy industries. Kristy has been providing expert sales and engineering support since joining Ameriflex, Inc. in 2002 ensuring their key customers have the best quality products and service available.

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