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Knowledge, experience and personal contacts are keys to success in any business. Fortunately, there is an organization that makes all three readily available to those in the engine remanufacturing industry.

The Production Engine Remanufacturers Association is an association of individuals and firms who are remanufacturing internal combustion engines and their major components, or are supplying necessary components, supplies and equipment required in the remanufacturing process.

The goal of the Association is to provide its members with the opportunity to exchange the ideas, methods and procedures necessary to efficiently produce remanufactured products which are equal or superior to original products in quality and performance.

PERA adheres to and supports the premise that its members are dedicated to the highest business ethics, customer satisfaction, employee consideration and to the continual up-grading of the engine remanufacturing industry.

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February 17th: Clearing Up The Confusion of Metalworking Fluids and Machining Applications
Ed Jones & Mike Ditzel
Hangsterfer’s Metalworking Lubricants

Ed Jones, Technical Director of Hangsterfer’s Metalworking Lubricants will discuss what makes metalworking fluids environmentally friendly and how they are sometimes simple and sometimes very complex formulas and technology. These technologies will be reviewed in detail along with reasons why certain ingredients have or will become obsolete. The utilization of sustainable lubricant ingredients will also be reviewed and steps that need to be taken now.

National Sales Manager Mike Ditzel will take the discussion to the next level in talking about general machining and machining of various high performance parts. Mike will take advantage of his experience with some of the best teams in NHRA drag racing.


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