Seco/Warwick offers course on heat treatment

February 24, 2014

February 24, 2014

Seco/Warwick’s Southwest Summit takes place March 27-28, 2014 in San Antonio, USA, and will present the latest trends in both vacuum and atmosphere heat treating equipment. The program will cover a broad range of best practices, trending topics and the latest technology to optimise efficiencies in a lean manufacturing environment.

Included on the Thursday evening is a dinner meeting with a keynote by Richard D Sisson Jr., Director of Manufacturing and Materials Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

The course programme will include the following presentations:

  • New trends and requirements for heat treat in the Americas

    Dan Herring, The Heat Treat Doctor

  • Current practices in furnace fixturing types and alloys

    Rolled Alloys
  • Benefits of carbon composite fixtures in vacuum applications

    Schunk Graphite
  • Industrial experiences with controlled nitriding and nitrocarburisinz using a ZeroFlow method

    Dr Leszek Maldzinski
  • PreNit LPC expands the applications for LPC by utilizing higher carburizing temperatures

    Dr Piotr Kula
  • Fighting wear, corrosion, scratch and fatigue on stainless steel and titanium alloys

  • Advances in oil & gas quenching in vacuum

  • The challenges and opportunities of bringing your new furnace installation online

    Therm-Tech of Waukesha Wisconsin
  • How to work effectively with your bulk atmospheres supplier

  • Getting the best performance from your atmosphere generator

  • HMI control systems using smartphones and tablets

  • Sensor technology used in heat treating

    Super Systems
  • Furnace Maintenance Tips: Atmosphere

  • Furnace Maintenance Tips: Vacuum

  • AMS2750E is not just a regulatory standard-practical ways of using AMS2750E to benefit your business


Places on the course are limited, for further information email Beth Ryan at [email protected]  

February 24, 2014

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