In this short video, we demonstrate how you can quickly enter a Paint blending and packaging project with volume of 1,000 gallons per week. We start on the ChemVM home page and select the chemical service needed (in this case, he selects Packaging and Labeling), the location in Dallas, and the start date, which for our example project is 3-6 months. After these quick first three steps, we click on "Get Started" and in a few minutes, walk you through the intuitive, menu-driven interface to define requirements and select a list of matched suppliers.
In this short video, ChemVM chemical engineering intern Sean demonstrates how you can quickly enter a Paint blending and packaging project with volume of 1,000 gallons per week. He starts on the home page by defining the service (in this case, he selects Chemical Processing since he needs Blending), his location in Atlanta and his start date, which for this project is 3-6 months. Once he clicks on "Get Started" the rest of the video walks the viewer through the intuitive, menu-driven selection to complete your blending project requirements.
We were thrilled to have our first engineering intern start with ChemVM this spring. I asked Sean to take a few minutes to introduce himself, what drew him to engineering and what he's contributing at ChemVM.
RG: Tell us a little about yourself - where are you from, where do you go to school and why you took the year off with COVID?
SS: My name is Sean Scadden, and I am currently an intern at ChemVM. I am originally from Oregon but have recently moved to Utah. I will be starting my senior year at Stevens Institute of Technology. I would have been graduating this May of 2021; however, I took the year off. I decided that instead of earning an online degree I would use this year to further develop and learn more skills by interning at ChemVM. To me, this plan made the most sense as I have learned far more about the chemical engineering industry and business side than I would have in Zoom classes.