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Registration via the John Zink Institute Web site for the April 2018 class is now open. The 2017 and 2016 classes were fully booked well in advance. Registration for the October 2018 class will open on November 1, 2017.

Course fee: $2,700.

Koch-Glitsch's Mass Transfer School offers the opportunity to improve your knowledge of mass transfer technology.

Watch the video (YouTube) to learn more about why you should attend the Mass Transfer School.

The hands-on course takes place in the classroom and at a world-class pilot plant at Koch-Glitsch’s Wichita, Kansas location.

Designed for engineers in the refining, petrochemical, chemical, and EPC industries, the course includes classroom training, design exercises, and hands-on sessions in the pilot plants.

After the class, you should be have a better understanding of:

  • Fundamentals of different types of mass transfer devices
  • Operation of trays, packing, and distributors
  • How to do basic mass transfer equipment calculations
  • Applicability of different mass transfer devices
  • Equipment design and selection


For complete course details, read the brochure

Class size is limited. 

Registration via the John Zink Web site for the April 2018 class is now open. The 2017 and 2016 classes were fully booked well in advance.

Registration for Fall 2018
will open on November 1, 2017.

Course fee: $2,700.

To contact us, please send an e-mail to mt.school@kochglitsch.com.

Pilot plant
"The larger the pilot plant,
the lower the scale-up risk”
 
To reduce technical risks for our customers and for ourselves, Koch-Glitsch and Koch Heat Transfer have constructed commercial scale demonstration units in Wichita, KS, USA.
 
The units are industrial scale but are instrumented like laboratory units.
 
The tower (shown above) is being used to demonstrate the performance of a wide range of equipment:
  • One-pass and 2-pass trays
  • High capacity tray devices
  • Random packing
  • Structured packing
  • Grid
  • Liquid and vapor distribution devices
  • Mist elimination devices