Höganäs India celebrates its Silver Jubilee with series of PM schools

November 9, 2011

November 9, 2011

Höganäs India Pvt Ltd is celebrating its Silver Jubilee by promoting Powder Metallurgy in India through a series of two day PM schools in Chennai, Pune and Delhi, the three automobile part production hubs in India.

The first in the series, held in Chennai, took place on 7th and 8th November 2011. Some 75 people from 24 companies attended the school, including delegates from part producers such as Sundram Fasteners Ltd., Pricol and Tenneco, as well as tier one suppliers and end users such as Comstar, Delphi, Ford, Nissan, TVS, TAFE etc.

The next PM Schools will be held in Pune (10th and 11th Nov 2011) and Delhi (14th and 15th Nov 2011).

The speakers and topics covered at the school include the following:

  • Introduction and Presentation of Höganäs

    Dr. Ashok, Höganäs
  • Production of Iron Powders

    Nagarjuna Nandivada, Höganäs
  • Characterization of powders

    Ola Litström, Höganäs
  • Compaction of Metal Powders

    Nagarjuna Nandivada, Höganäs
  • Sintering Theory and Practices

    Ola Litström, Höganäs
  • Sintering furnace structure and advances

    N. Gopinath, Fluidtherm
  • Trouble shooting and solutions for sintering

    Nagarjuna Nandivada and Ola Litström, Höganäs & N. Gopinath, Fluidtherm
  • Sinter Hardening and case studies

    Ola Litström, Höganäs
  • PM Materials

    Ola Litström,
  • Testing of PM Materials

    Ola Litström, Höganäs
  • Selection of Tool steel for compacting PM

    Hans Hallén, ASSAB SRIPAD

  • Heat Treatment Furnaces

    Hans Hallén, ASSAB SRIPAD
  • Heat Treatment of PM Materials

    Nagarjuna Nandivada and Ola Litström, Höganäs
  • Supplementary operations and machining of PM steels

    Nagarjuna Nandivada, Höganäs
  • Application review for PM steels

    Nagarjuna Nandivada, Höganäs

Alrik Danielson, CEO Höganäs AB, Sweden, and V. Srinivasan, MD Höganäs India Pvt. Ltd, are celebrating the Silver Jubilee function at Pune Marriott and Convention Centre on 12th Nov 2011. Leading figures from corporate, academic and R&D organisations will be participating in the function.



Edited by: Paul Whittaker, Editor ipmd.net, [email protected]   

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