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Four Simple Steps to Reduce 600V Class AC Variable Frequency Drive Failures by 75%
Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Speaker:  Scott D. Holdridge, Sales Manager for ESD Drives and Automation, Shermco Industries

Event Details:  Join Scott D. Holdrige for a discussion on four simple industrial maintenance steps that you can take to reduce 75% of your 600V Class AC Variable Frequency Drive failures. 

For 33 years, Scott has been supporting application systems engineering for large industrial motors and AC-DC drive systems for Baldor-Powerton, GE-Fuji, Marathon, Reliance, Sabina, TE, TMEIC Teco-Westinghouse and Toshiba industrial products. He has been formally trained for, and has experience with, application, service and warranty support for these products. He has also been formally trained for, and has experience with, Falk, US Electric, Rexnord, Dodge, Sumitomo and Shimpo mechanical geared products. He has spent a large portion of his career with Shermco Industries supporting aerospace, cement, plastics, paper, steel, utilities and municipal industries. He was instrumental in the development of the New Equipment Industrial Application and Marketing Department and the creation of the New Drives and Automation Department as new business development additions to Shermco. Presently, he provides engineered application and project support for the Sales Department and Customer Service Support Department for the Drives and Automation Department.

Location: El Gallo Mexican Restaurant, 2910 S Congress, Austin, Texas, 512-444-2205

Tuesday, February 28, 2012
6:00 PM Social
6:30 to 7:00 PM Dinner
7:00 to 7:30 PM Business Meeting
7:30 to 8:30 PM Program 9:00 PM room closes for the benefit of long distance drivers and early risers

$11 or $13 for IEEE members and accompanying spouses
$14 or $16 for non-IEEE members
$2 for Drinks
Student members FREE and $2 for specials,
$3 student visitors, and non-meal participants

If you plan to attend please RSVP to Joel Sandahl,

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