Ipsen recently held their first Ipsen U class of 2015, allowing attendees to start the year with a broad overview of furnace equipment, processes, maintenance and more.
Ipsen’s three-day-course provides attendees with a hands-on approach to learning while receiving qualified tips and knowledge directly from the experts.
Participants in the February 2015 Ipsen U course came from across the country, including Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Texas. Reflecting on the class, attendees found that it offered a “comprehensive overview of the general construction and mechanics of the furnace,” as well as an in-depth look at “the furnace’s hot zone and areas to focus on for preventive maintenance.”
Throughout the course, attendees were able to:
- Learn about an extensive range of topics – from an introduction to vacuum furnaces and heat treating to furnace subsystems, maintenance and more
- View the different furnace components firsthand while learning how they affect other parts of the furnace and/or specific processes
- Take part in one-on-one discussions with Ipsen experts
- Participate in a leak detection demonstration
- Tour Ipsen’s facility
Overall, Ipsen U allows participants to build and refresh their knowledge of heat-treating equipment and processes through applied learning. Learn more and register for an upcoming 2015 Ipsen U course – April 7-9, June 2-4, August 4-6 or October 6-8 – at IpsenUSA.com/IpsenU.
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, Ipsen is committed to providing support for customers worldwide. Choosing Ipsen means choosing a partner in success.