Seminar: temporary corrosion protection in packaging technology
Corrosion is caused by climatic stresses, or more precisely the interaction of water and oxygen moisture. Commonly known as rust, the process gradually breaks down metallic surfaces and thus impairs the functionality of technical equipment or components. Rust damage to metals or in containers repeatedly causes problems in the storage and transport of packages and consumer goods. Decomposition causes immediate material damage to the transport boxes, which can penetrate through to the primary packaging. If the function of a unit is impaired as a result, this is an enormous loss of image for the carrier or even the manufacturer.
Employees in packaging companies and freight forwarders learn about effective corrosion protection methods and how to apply them safely.
Avoid Temporary Corrosion
- Basics of corrosion
- Climatic stresses during transport and storage
- Closed systems, containers, container drying
- Working with absorption isotherms of wood and corrugated board
- Climate tables
- Cleaning surfaces
- Corrosion protection methods for shipping
- VCI method – desiccant method – coating method
- Example calculation for the required amount of desiccants
- Examples VCI method
- Practical examples from the circle of participants
- Laboratory tour
- which climatic stresses occur during transport and storage
- which corrosion protection methods are suitable for shipping
- when which desiccants you can use and what quantities you need
Group of participants
In the field of logistics we would like to address especially companies packing containers for roads, rails and shipping. If the steel container serves as a warehouse for goods for a longer period of time, surfaces should also be specially cleaned here and VCI desiccants should be used.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Sadlowsky studied chemical engineering and obtained his doctorate as a process engineer in the field of materials and corrosion. He then worked as a damage analyst, institute manager and authorized representative at the Institute for Materials Testing of the TÜV Rheinland Group. Since 2009, he has been a professor of engineering mechanics, materials and packaging technology at the University of Applied Sciences (HAW), Hamburg. He heads the Institute for BFSV at HAW and is managing director of BFSV Verpackungsinstitut Hamburg GmbH.
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temporary corrosion protection in packaging technology
Duration: 09:00-16:30 hrs
Ulmenliet 20, 21033 Hamburg
Participation fee: 550,00€ plus 7% VAT.
Participation fee for members of the BFSV e.V. (personal members): € 495.00 plus 7% VAT.
Participation fee for members of the BFSV e.V. (companies): 330,00€ plus 7% VAT.
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