Solex Webinar: Vertical Plate Conditioning for Seed Processors

  • Calgary, CA

In collaboration with the American Oil Chemists Society (AOCS), Solex Thermal Science will host a complimentary webinar on May 13 at 11 a.m. MT that highlights the applications of vertical plate conditioning technology within the oilseeds industry. 

Presented by Stan Pala, Global Director, Oilseeds and Pedro Moran, Global Director, Food Products, this informative and interactive presentation will address the challenges and limitations seed processor face when attempting to increase production capacity and reduce operating costs.

Stan and Pedro will highlight some of the benefits to vertical plate conditioners, including:

  • A larger heat transfer area, which can handle more product.
  • A modular design, which allows for low-cost retrofits, a reduction in steam consumption, as well as minimal maintenance costs.
  • Renewable energy capabilities during the seed conditioning process, which also help to reduce energy costs.

What: Webinar on Vertical Plate Conditioners: How Indirect Heat Transfer Technology is Changing the Game for Seed Processor

Who: Presented by Solex Thermal Science in collaboration with AOCS

When: Wednesday, May 13 at 11 a.m. ET

Registration: Sign up today by visiting


About the presenters:

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Stan Pala, Global Director, Oilseeds 

For nearly a decade, Stan has played an integral role in championing Solex's efforts within the world's oilseeds market. As global director of oilseeds, Stan is focused on applying indirect plate heat transfer technology to new regions, as well as developing more robust conditioning and heat recovery solutions.


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Pedro Moran, Global Director, Food Products 

Pedro joined Solex in 2008 as a sales engineer based in the UK, later establishing Solex’s operations in Brazil before becoming Vice President of Sales, Europe. As Global Director, Food Products, Pedro now oversees Solex's involvement in sectors such as oilseeds, sugar, coffee, cocoa and others.


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This entry was posted on 2020-4-24

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