Abbott Furnace Hosts 5th Annual Continuous Brazing Symposium in Mexico

Abbott Furnace Company is pleased to announce it will be hosting its Fifth Annual Continuous Brazing Symposium in Mexico this spring in Puebla, Mexico from May 21 – 23, 2019. 

This training event is a unique gathering opportunity for manufacturers and suppliers to the brazing and powder metal sintering industries.  It is an excellent opportunity for those new to the industry as well as seasoned professionals interested in honing their knowledge of brazing.  

For two and a half days attendees will hear from experts in the areas of continuous furnaces, filler metals, belts, CQI-9, furnace atmosphere generation, and atmosphere flow control, troubleshooting, maintenance and optimization,  Lecturers are Penn State University Adjunct Professor, Dr. Steve Feldbauer, who serves as Abbott Furnace Company’s Director oF Research and Development, Miguel Martel, Mechatronics Engineer at Abbott Furnace Company, Mexico, Victor Zacarias, Managing Director, Global Thermal Solutions, Mexico, Creed Darling, Director, Technical Sales, Bellman-Melcor LLC, Cory Bloodsworth, Director, New Business Development, Cambridge Engineered Solutions, Antonio Mendoza, Supplier Technical Assistance at Ford Motor Company, Mexico, Joel Gutierrez, Account Manager of Kymera International, and Eric Jossart, Director of Sales, Heat Treat at United Process Controls.

In addition, individual attendees will be able to interact personally with the lecturers to address more specific questions and troubleshooting issues.  Abbott’s Symposium is ideal for brazing engineers, maintenance personnel, product designers, and anyone involved in the production of brazed components for the automotive industry.

Abbott Furnace will be hosting our Second Annual Continuous Brazing Symposium in the US in November of 2019.

For more information about Abbott’s Fifth Annual Continuous Brazing Symposium in Mexico or future symposiums in the US, please contact Julianne Inzana at jinzana@abbottfurnace.com or call 814-781-6355.

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