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Ipsen to Offer One-Day Seminar in Connecticut, Focusing on Vacuum Furnace Maintenance and Aerospace Compliance Strategies

Following the success of recent one-day trainings in the Los Angeles, California and Dallas, Texas areas, Ipsen has announced that they will be providing additional trainings throughout the United States.

Ipsen’s next expert-taught seminar will take place on Tuesday, September 13 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Windsor Locks, Connecticut.

During this one-day training, you will learn how to master the nuances of maintenance and Aerospace compliance. You will also be able to take part in an open-forum discussion on your specific maintenance challenges throughout the day.

Specific topics covered during the seminar include:

  • Vacuum furnace maintenance best practices
  • Optimizing operations with predictive maintenance
  • Achieving and maintaining Aerospace compliance

Ipsen has been providing training to the heat treatment industry for 30+ years, both on-site at Ipsen U and at customers’ facilities. This local seminar carries on the tradition of these trainings, teaching you best practices for regaining control of your equipment and offering expert insight into specific issues you might be experiencing on a daily basis.

The seminar is $60 per registration, including meals and handouts. Additional locations will also be available soon. Learn more and register now at

About Ipsen                                                                    

Ipsen designs and manufactures industrial vacuum and atmosphere heat-treating systems and supervisory controls systems for a wide variety of industries, including Aerospace, Automotive, Commercial Heat Treating, Energy and Medical. With production locations in America, Europe and Asia, along with representation in 34 countries, Ipsen is committed to providing 360° support for customers worldwide. Choosing Ipsen means choosing a partner in success.

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