Abbott Furnace Symposium 2019 to be held in Mexico this May

January 16, 2019

Abbott Furnace Symposium 2019 to be held in Mexico this May

Attendees view a presentation at a past Abbott Furnace Symposium (Courtesy Abbott Furnace Company)


Abbott Furnace Company, St. Marys, Pennsylvania, USA, will hold its 5th Annual Abbott Furnace Continuous Brazing Symposium in Puebla, Mexico, from May 21-23, 2019. The two and a half day symposium is designed to offer attendees a range of furnace-related training and information.

As well as serving its customers as a technology provider, Abbott Furnace also hopes to service as “a technology conduit” for the advancement, education, and competitiveness of their customers. The event is open to manufacturers and suppliers to the brazing and Powder Metallurgy industries.

Experts in areas including continuous furnaces, filler metals, belts, CQI-9, furnace atmosphere generation and atmosphere flow control are expected to present lectures during the event, and will be on-hand to answer questions and aid in troubleshooting for attendees.

For further information on the symposium or to register, prospective attendees should contact Julianna Inzana ([email protected]) or Dr Stephen Feldbauer ((814) 781-6355).

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