Swagelok® Tech Talks
Swagelok Tech Talks are short webinars where we connect you with subject matter experts on a wide range of topics to help improve your working knowledge of fluid systems, applications and solutions. Make the most of these free, 30 minute (including a Q&A), tech talks where fluid system professionals walk through various topics.Here's our upcoming Tech Talk schedule:
- Five Steps to Selecting a Pressure Regulator (Thursday, October 14th at 12pm MDT) | Enroll Today
- The Right Sizing and Selection For Your Operations (Thursday, November 11th at 12pm MDT)
- Troubleshooting Pressure Regulator Malfunctions (Thursday, December 9th at 12pm MDT)
Did you miss previous tech talks? Not to worry, we've recorded them just for you!
Five Steps to Selecting a Pressure Regulator
Thursday, October 14th at 12pm MDT
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About the Webinar
When designing a fluid system, choosing the right regulator is crucial. Proper selection for your application can significantly increase safety and efficiency. Take part in this conversation with our team of fluid system professionals that know what it takes to keep systems operating efficiently.
In this 30-minute Swagelok® Tech Talk plus Q&A, Swagelok Company’s Field Engineering Supervisor, Brian Aplin and Field Engineer, Derrick DiCesare, will explore how to select pressure regulators in five, clear and concise steps.
Meet the Presenters:
Field Engineering Supervisor @Swagelok Company
SBrian began his career with Swagelok in the Sales and Service Center network as an Intern in 2009 supporting the University of South Carolina until the end of 2012. In 2013 he became a Custom Solutions Engineer. In 2016, Brian joined the Field Engineering team as a Regional Field Engineer supporting South Carolina. In September 2021, Brian joined Swagelok Company as Field Engineering Supervisor supporting the Americas Field Engineering Team.
Field Engineer @Swagelok Company
Derrick began his career in 2005 as an engineer and sales specialist supporting the Vertical Integration initiative. Following multiple years of successful sales growth, he transitioned to manager of the program and helped train new engineers for the program. Derrick moved from Program Manager to a sales support role in 2015. This lead to a specialization in on-site technical engagements and his current field engineering position.