Ipsen offers practical training course for vacuum furnace users

EquipmentEventsNews
March 3, 2023

March 3, 2023

The Ipsen U vacuum equipment training course series will provide a deeper look at metallurgy, thermal processes, troubleshooting and furnace mechanics (Courtesy Ipsen)
The Ipsen U vacuum equipment training course series will provide a deeper look at metallurgy, thermal processes, troubleshooting and furnace mechanics (Courtesy Ipsen)

Ipsen, Cherry Valley, Illinois, USA, has announced that its vacuum equipment training course series, Ipsen U, will this year take place in April, June , August and October. The practical course has been expanded, and will provide a deeper look at metallurgy, thermal processes, troubleshooting and furnace mechanics. The curriculum will also be tailored for each class based on attendees’ industries, job functions and types of furnaces used.

The three-day course, led by Ipsen experts, teaches heat-treatment fundamentals and industry best practices and incorporates hands-on training. The course is appropriate for those who manage, maintain, or operate vacuum furnace equipment.

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“Ipsen U is presented in a format that is informative and engaging to individuals from entry-level through seasoned veteran and encourages collaborative discussion amongst the participants,” stated a past attendee in the aerospace industry.

The 2023 classes are scheduled to take place April 11-13, June 6-8, August 8-10, and October 3-5, and will be located at Ipsen’s Vacuum Technology Excellence Center in Cherry Valley.

Class size is limited. Those interested in registering can do so here.

www.ipsenglobal.com

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