Preserving the tradition originated by the late Robert Peaslee, a brazing pioneer who invented the first nickel-based brazing filler metal, Wall Colmonoy offers a fall session of Modern Furnace Brazing School on May 16-18, 2017 at Wall Colmonoy's Aerobraze Brazing Engineering Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Engineers, technicians, quality managers, production managers, and others will participate in "hands-on" practical applications while learning about brazing technology from the industry's leading brazing engineers. For over 60 years, Wall Colmonoy engineers have been gaining practical experience on actual problems in brazing plants around the world.
This three-day seminar offers knowledge and practical application on brazing design, metallurgical aspects/brazing operation, brazing atmosphere and furnace equipment, brazing material selection and applications and quality control.
Unlike other classroom-only seminars, Brazing School attendees will tour the facility and see the actual brazing application on the shop floor. They will also have the opportunity to apply different forms of filler metal to supplied samples, have them vacuum brazed and discuss the outcomes.
Wall Colmonoy's Leading Brazing Engineers have the technical know-how and practical experience to guide attendees through the brazing process from beginning to end production.
Modern Furnace Brazing School instructors are Lydia Lee, BSE, M. Eng, MBA, director of brazing engineering, Alloy Products Group, USA; Russ Wilcox, BME, MBA, sales manager, Alloy Products Group, USA; Ron Yarnall, sales manager, Aerobraze Engineered Technologies, USA; and Bob Pfouts, BSME, senior engineer, Aerobraze Engineered Technologies, USA.