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ITW Ransburg Announces 2001 Training Classes

November 27, 2000
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ITW Ransburg offers training courses for all types of paint and application personnel. Classes are open to suppliers, vendors, customers and end users, and are taught by experienced professionals who know electrostatics as well as related fields. All classes are held at the company's training and conference center in Toledo, Ohio.

The company's 2001 training classes include: Aerobell System Operation, Troubleshooting and Repair, February 14-15, June 13-14, October 10-11; AquaBlock System Operation, Troubleshooting and Repair, May 10-11, November 15-16; Art of Electrostatic Handgun, April 24-25, October 16-17; Dynaflow Operation, Troubleshooting and Repair, February 21-22, August 15-16; Fundamentals of Electrostatics, January 16-17, March 20-21, May 15-16, September 25-26, November 13- 14; No. 2 Process Handgun, February 13-14, May 15-16, August 21-22, November 27-28; RCS Unit Operation, Troubleshooting and Repair, March 14-15, July 18-19, November 8-9; Robotic Atomizers Operation, Troubleshooting and Repair, April 11-12, October 17-18; Turbodisk System Operation, Troubleshooting and Repair, March 14-15, July 11- 12, November 8-9; and 2k Beginner and Advanced, February 7-8, June 20- 21, October 24-25.

For additional information, call (419) 470-2000, fax (419) 470- 2270 or visit http://www.itwransburg.com.

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