Meet FMI at this Year’s CHEM Show!

For companies involved in the process industries, including chemical, pharmaceutical, and food processing, the biennial CHEM Show is an opportunity to showcase new products and learn about new technologies in the field. This year, Fluid Metering Inc. is excited to be a part of it.

Metering pumpsOn December 10-12th, New York City’s Javits Center will be host to the 2013 CHEM Show featuring the latest equipment and technology from over 300 exhibitors. In addition to the exhibits, there will be over 50 focused seminars and new product presentations.

As a leader in precision fluid control technology, we will be exhibiting a variety of their valveless metering pumps and dispensers via an eye-catching interactive display. In addition, Herb Werner, our 19-year veteran Marketing Manager for FMI, will be presenting our unique pumping technology as well as FMI’s new PDS-100 Programmable Dispensing System at the CHEM Show’s “New Technology Theater.” The presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, December 11th at 3:30pm in the New Technology Theater located within the CHEM Show Exhibit Hall.Herb Werner

This year, the CHEM Show expects to attract record international attendance as it follows the week of the annual Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Center, a worldwide symbol of the holidays in New York City. For more information about CHEM Show exhibits, seminar schedules, and registering for a visitor’s pass, visit the CHEM Show website.

FMI’s booth at the show is #723 and will be staffed with application specialists who can provide fluid control solutions for visitor applications. We hope to see you there!

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