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WEBINAR : ANNEALING ATMOSPHERES - KEY CONTROL VARIABLES & GAS SUPPLY SYSTEMS
in collaboration with United Process Controls are giving a free webinar presented by Advanced Materials & Processes magazine. Click here
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TUESDAY, APRIL 23 AT 2-3 PM EDT
Annealing is a heat treatment process that changes the properties of a material to increase ductility and reduce hardness. The correct atmosphere is key to successful and reproducible annealing. This webinar will review the basic atmospheres and common variables that control annealing processes. The presenters will also share recommendations on steps you can take to improve your annealing operations.
In this webinar, attendees will learn about:
• Industrial gas supply systems and safety requirements
• How industrial gases are supplied for annealing applications
• Why updated controls may improve product quality and repeatability
The information presented will be helpful for design, manufacturing and quality engineers as well as metallurgists responsible for annealing components.
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Replay "Improving Your Vacuum Heat Treating with Industrial Gases and Process Control Systems” webinar available through ASM International
. This joint discussion between Praxair and United Process Controls explains how having the right industrial gases, atmosphere control systems, and other key variables in place can help improve your overall vacuum heat treating process.
is a Business Development Manager for Praxair
. His markets include aerospace, automotive, and materials metals processing, which includes heat treatment. He has been with Praxair for 17 years and has spent many years in sales and engineering positions prior to his current role. Steve has a Bachelor of Science degree from Purdue University in aeronautical and astronautical engineering and a master’s degree in business administration from DePaul University.
is the Director of Sales of Heat Treat at United Process Control (UPC). Prior to UPC, Eric was the co-owner of Atmosphere Engineering Company, founded in 2003. This company was acquired by UPC in September 2017. Eric graduated from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and lives in the Milwaukee area.