Ipsen Graduates More Thermal Processing Students

Published on November 21, 2011 at 7:08 PM

Twenty-three participants graduated from Ipsen's highly regarded Ipsen U course that took place at the company's Cherry Valley IL headquarters, October 18-20, 2011. This was the final class of five that were held in 2011.

Ipsen offers regularly scheduled courses as well as on-site classes to help train industry professionals who are either new or new to their position or provide a refresher for existing technical staff. Registration is now open for Ipsen U classes on the following dates for 2012: February 7-9, April 10-12, June 5-7 August 7-9 and October 16-18. Registration can be done online, by mail or by phone.

Ipsen U is a practical, hands-on training course for building and refreshing knowledge of thermal processing equipment. Ipsen U's personalized courses address all levels of expertise in a casual, open-forum atmosphere that encourages attendees to ask questions on specific equipment and processes. Ipsen U courses address all levels of expertise including:

  • Plant Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Engineers
  • Operators
  • Maintenance

Our professional, experienced instructors cover a wide-range of vacuum furnace topics:

  • Operating, maintaining and troubleshooting
  • Green efforts - fine tuning for peak efficiency
  • Optimizing older furnaces to save costs
  • Dos and don'ts of running TUS checks
  • Basics of 2750D
  • How to make obtaining passing TUS and SAT checks easy
  • Instrumentation and configuration set-up
  • Alarms and safety
  • Cycle programming
  • Electrical and Mechanical overviews
  • Hot zone upkeep tips
  • And more!

With more than 60 years of thermal processing expertise, Ipsen provides the solutions heat treaters need to be successful: energy and cost efficiency, reliable robust equipment, manufacturing and service locations worldwide, 24-hour service, aftermarket support - parts and service, engineered components - retrofits and upgrades, thermal processing and furnace maintenance training. Visit http://www.ipsenusa.com for more information.

About Ipsen, Inc.
Ipsen, Inc. designs and manufactures thermal processing systems for a wide variety of markets, including Aerospace, Medical, Energy, Chemical and Automotive. With thousands of installed systems worldwide, whether it's innovative titanium knee implants, making cars more efficient, developing new jet engines or going to the moon, Ipsen delivers quality.

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