CHERRY VALLEY, IL – Things that attendees expect to see at the ASM Heat Treat/Gear Expo 2013 show this year: industry innovators and influencers sharing their cutting-edge technology, master lectures by heat treating authorities and presentations on latest manufacturing techniques and technologies. But a paper airplane construction contest?
Ipsen is bringing the expertise and the fun to the 27th ASM Heat Treating Society Conference and Exposition in Indianapolis, Ind., September 16-18. Not only will visitors get the chance to pick the brain of Ipsen’s knowledgeable experts, but they will get the chance to prove their engineering know-how themselves by constructing the most aerodynamic paper airplane for a chance at the grand prize.
“The ASM Heat Treat/Gear Expo 2013 show will be a great experience for those who visit our booth. They will have the chance to interact with Ipsen in a fun way, and maybe even win some prizes, while learning about our specific offerings in equipment, controls and service, as well as our new product developments and our global support network,” says Geoffrey Somary, President and CEO of Ipsen USA. “We will be featuring some exciting new technologies for gear manufacturers and we will have experts available to offer in depth information on those new technologies and product offerings.”
These featured technologies cover a vast range of Ipsen’s premium vacuum and atmosphere product lines including, but not limited to, the AvaC® process for vacuum carburizing with acetylene, ideal for incorporation into their TurboTreater® and vacuum oil or gas quench furnaces, and ATLAS® integral-quench atmosphere furnace. Additionally, furnaces well-suited for low-pressure carburizing, such as the Turbo2Treater, will also be represented.
Additionally, at the ASM conference surrounding the show, Ipsen will present two topics of interest to the gear industry entitled “Redefining Quenching Technology” and “Bright Tempering: Achieving High-Quality Appearance During Tempering” where experts will discuss a new set of definitions for gas quenching and describe how to reduce cycle time while increasing uniformity through the use of both vacuum and convection heating, respectively.
Visit Ipsen’s booth on the ASM side, booth #1529, to experience how choosing Ipsen means choosing a partner in success.
Ipsen designs and manufactures industrial vacuum furnaces, atmosphere furnaces and supervisory control systems for a wide variety of thermal processing markets including: Aerospace, Commercial Heat Treating, Medical, Energy and Automotive. With production locations in Europe, America and Asia, along with representation in 34 countries, choosing Ipsen means choosing a partner in success. For more information, visit www.IpsenUSA.com.