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PaperCon 2014

Nashville, here we come! Join us at PaperCon 2014 April 27-30th and swing by booth #120 to see our very own Andy Carl and Matt Cowen. We will feature great application briefs that talk to the pains that some of you may be experiencing at your own facilities. We will also be doing live cloud demonstrations of one of our paper facilities. Truly see how SmartDiagnostics is proving to be a game changer for some of the top paper manufacturers in the country and come learn how you can give your machines a voice!
On Friday, April 11th 2014, KCF Technologies and HalenHardy had the pleasure to host the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development as part of grants won by the two companies through the Shale Gas Innovation and Commercialization Center (SGICC) with a focus on job creation.


PaperCon 2014!

Nashville, here we come! Join us at PaperCon 2014 and swing by booth #120 to see our very own Andy Carl and Matt Cowen. We will feature some great application briefs that talk to the pains that some of you may experience at your own facilities. Truly see how SmartDiagnostics is proving to be a game changer for some of the top paper manufacturers in the country and come learn how you can give your machines a voice! 

Machine Reliability With Dr. Gary Koopman

KCF Technologies Co-Founder and Senior Technologist, Dr. Gary Koopmann will lead webinars on basics of machine reliability at a date to be determined in April at the KCF Technologies website. A co-founder and Senior Technologist at KCF, Dr. Koopmann is also Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering at Penn State University and the founder of Penn State's Center for Acoustics and Vibration..

Those interested in learning more about how the reliability of rotating machines can be gauged and analyzed to maximize uptime should register for one of the two sessions by emailing KCF at sales@kcftech.com.


If you weren't able to take part in Dr. Koopmann's Feb. 4th webinars on Vibration Fundamentals, don't miss his synopsis posted here!

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