CfPA offers Aerosol Technology course in July

Written on: April 30, 2015 by SprayTM

 The Center for Professional Advancement (CfPA)

Aerosol Technology
Learn the successful formulation of aerosols for personal care, household, food and automotive
July 20-23, 2015 | New Brunswick, NJ

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Aerosol Technology

July 20-23, 2015
New Brunswick, NJ

Course Offering 1507-404
Course ID 669

Who Should Attend?
This course will be of interest to those professionals who wish to develop an understanding of the most current developments in aerosol technology, as well as those who are actively involved in aerosol technology. This includes, but is not limited to:

• Chemists
• Engineers
• Scientists
• Technologists

Course Description

This course has been designed to cover the major aspects of aerosol technology and to instruct you in the successful formulation of aerosols for use in personal care products (deodorants, hair spray and shaving lathers), household products (room deodorants and disinfectants), automotive products (cleaners, lubricants and refrigerants), paints, food products (including pan sprays), industrial/institutional products, insect sprays, and miscellaneous products. Lectures will consist of all aspects of aerosol formulation including: basic techniques, propellant theory and practice, component choices, physicochemical problems, quality control and regulations. Regulations and restrictions of aerosol products by federal, state and local governments will be covered on the fourth day, together with toxicology and safety considerations.


Course Director
Dr. Montfort A. Johnsen; Recipient of the Prestigious Charles E. Allderdice, Jr. Memorial Award, President, Montfort A. Johnsen & Associates, Ltd.

Dr. Montfort A. Johnsen was formerly the V.P. of R&D for CCL Custom Manufacturing, Inc. and now consults for them and numerous other firms. He is now President of Montfort A. Johnsen & Associates, Ltd. During his over 45 years in the aerosol industry, Dr. Johnsen has been involved with formulation development, quality issues and numerous environmental programs. He often appears as an expert witness in various lawsuits within the industry. Holder of degrees in chemistry and chemical engineering, Dr. Johnsen has served as Chairman of the Aerosol Division of the Consumer Specialty Products Assn. (CSPA) and later as Chairman of the entire association. He has written several books, book chapters and over 300 technical articles. He has given aerosol presentations in numerous countries (often for the U.N.) and is the Technical Editor of Spray Technology and Marketing, plus three other journals. He holds numerous awards; some recent ones include “Man of the Year” by the Southern Aerosol Technical Assn. (SATA) and the Federation of Latin-American Aerosol Associations (FLADA) and membership in the prestigious Round Table Group of consultants.

In late 2003, Dr Johnsen was elected to receive the highest achievement award of the CSPA—the Allderdice Trophy—for exemplary commitment and service to the consumer specialty products industry and the association.

Venue Information
The Heldrich Hotel
10 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick , NJ 08901 US
Phone: 732-729-4670
Fax: 732-729-4672
Website: The Heldrich Hotel

PLEASE NOTE: Participants must make their own reservations; the cost of hotel accommodation is not included in the course fee. Final hotel information will be emailed to you in your confirmation package approximately 3 weeks prior to the course start date.