ABBOTT FURNACE COMPANY ANNOUNCES US AND MEXICO CONTINUOUS FURNACE AND BRAZING SYMPOSIUMS
Abbott Furnace Company is pleased to announce it will be hosting two Continuous Furnace and Brazing Symposiums in May of this year. The first symposium will be held in Charleston, South Carolina, from May 10-12, 2023, at the Francis Marion Hotel. The second symposium will be held in Aguascalientes, Mexico, from May 23- 25, 2023, at the Fiesta Americana Hotel. Brazers from around the world can join some of the world’s experts in brazing carbon steel, stainless steel, brass, and aluminum. Abbott Furnace Company’s two-and-a-half-day symposiums cover brazing fundamentals, filler metals, joint design, troubleshooting, and the new AIAG CQI-29 – Brazing Special Process Assessment. Abbott Furnace’s symposiums are an excellent opportunity for beginners and experienced employees to learn from the experts in the areas of:
- Furnace Brazing
- Continuous Furnace Maintenance
- Atmosphere Control
- Wire Mesh Belts
- Furnace Optimization
- Furnace Safety
- Filler Metals
- Joint Design
- Part Preparation and Cleaning
In addition, individual attendees will be able to interact personally with the lecturers to address more specific questions and troubleshooting issues. Attendees can bring their problem parts and burning questions directly to the experts. Abbott Furnace’s Symposium is ideal for brazing engineers, maintenance personnel, product designers, and anyone involved in the production of brazed components for the automotive industry. For more information about Abbott Furnace Company, please visit abbottfurnace.com, contact Dustin Yetzer at email@example.com or call 814-781-6355.
About Abbott Furnace Company. Abbott Furnace is an industrial furnace manufacturer with 40 years of experience designing and producing some of the industry’s most reliable and high-performing industrial continuous process furnaces on the market. Abbott Furnace is a leading producer of industrial sintering furnaces, annealing furnaces, tempering furnaces, brazing furnaces, heat treat furnaces, steam treat furnaces, industrial ovens, and specialty furnace products.
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