Webinar: Solving The 4 Most Common Metal Cleaning Challenges In Heat Treatment

Dates:
Start date: Feb 02, 2021, 11:00am ET
End date: Feb 02, 2021, 12:00pm ET


Location: WEBINAR

Description: Whether it’s in-house or commercial heat treatment, companies often struggle to obtain satisfying heat treat results due to an inadequate metal cleaning process. Even perfectly tempered parts can cause claims, delays and intensive re-working if spots remain on surface. This webinar will look at the 4 most common cleaning challenges facing heat treaters and provide practical solutions. The specific issues to be discussed include:

• Residual contaminations leading to insufficient hardening/nitriding/brazing results
• Surface stains on the finished product
• Inconsistent cleaning process
• High cleaning costs due to high consumption of cleaning agent

You will understand the causes behind these problems and learn to evaluate the key factors that can make or break your cleaning process, which may directly impact the quality of your heat treatment. Of course, efficient cleaning is not merely about achieving the required technical cleanliness at a minimum cost. It also needs to ensure safety, sustainability and regulatory compliance. The webinar will explain how the right combination of the cleaning technology and cleaning chemistry can help you achieve these goals.

Presenters:

Thomas Wingens, President, WINGENS International Industry Consultancy Thomas began his career as a metallurgist and heat treater. He has held executive positions at Bodycote, Ipsen, Tenova Group, Seco/Warwick.

Jeff Davis, SVP of Business Development and Distribution, Hubbard-Hall Jeff has over 30 years of experience in the marketing & sales of chlorinated, fluorinated and alternative solvents for various cleaning requirements.

Michael Onken, Market Development Manager, SAFECHEM A specialist in modified alcohols, Michael helps companies optimize cleaning process while ensuring worker safety, environmental protection and regulatory compliance.

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Start Date: 2021-02-02

End Date: 2021-02-02

Location: WEBINAR

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Whether it’s in-house or commercial heat treatment, companies often struggle to obtain satisfying heat treat results due to an inadequate metal cleaning process. Even perfectly tempered parts can cause claims, delays and intensive re-working if spots remain on surface. This webinar will look at the 4 most common cleaning challenges facing heat treaters and provide practical solutions. The specific issues to be discussed include:

• Residual contaminations leading to insufficient hardening/nitriding/brazing results
• Surface stains on the finished product
• Inconsistent cleaning process
• High cleaning costs due to high consumption of cleaning agent

You will understand the causes behind these problems and learn to evaluate the key factors that can make or break your cleaning process, which may directly impact the quality of your heat treatment. Of course, efficient cleaning is not merely about achieving the required technical cleanliness at a minimum cost. It also needs to ensure safety, sustainability and regulatory compliance. The webinar will explain how the right combination of the cleaning technology and cleaning chemistry can help you achieve these goals.

Presenters:

Thomas Wingens, President, WINGENS International Industry Consultancy
Thomas began his career as a metallurgist and heat treater. He has held executive positions at Bodycote, Ipsen, Tenova Group, Seco/Warwick.

Jeff Davis, SVP of Business Development and Distribution, Hubbard-Hall
Jeff has over 30 years of experience in the marketing & sales of chlorinated, fluorinated and alternative solvents for various cleaning requirements.

Michael Onken, Market Development Manager, SAFECHEM
A specialist in modified alcohols, Michael helps companies optimize cleaning process while ensuring worker safety, environmental protection and regulatory compliance.