Join the multitudes of those enjoying the benefits of precision heat treat!
Yes, precision heat treat!
We know that’s hard to comprehend. Don’t believe it? Join our webinar series where you will see, learn and appreciate the ins and outs of ALD’s cutting edge technology in Low Pressure Carburizing (LPC), High Pressure Gas Quench (HPGQ), and Low Pressure Carbonitriding (LPCN).
Dates, times, and topics are as follows (USA Eastern Time zone):
Now that you’re interested, here’s what you’ll gain:
|10 Aug 2022
|11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Get an overview of modern vacuum heat treatment technology in current use, and get a finger on the pulse for LPC, LPCN, HPGQ. Discover new potential of distortion optimization for your operation!
Along with the live overview, participants have an opportunity to be in direct contact with ALD speakers via webinar software during and after each online meeting.
Learn about best practices directly from the equipment manufacturer, which is based on experience from having successfully commissioned over 1000 heat treatment plants. In addition, we will share exciting perspectives on special plant technologies so that your customers can know of the quality and future sustainability.
Passionate and knowledgeable, our speakers will share their experience-based perspectives on vacuum heat treatment technology.
During the online webinars, you will benefit from 150 years of expert knowledge. The LPC webinar series is specially designed for professionals working in the areas of process technology, quality assurance, planning, work preparation, and production. It is also designed for those that wish to dip their toes into the world of vacuum heat treatment without occupying whole days of their schedule at a more moderate pace. Feel free to participate in the entirety or select segments of the ALD webinar series.
There is no cost to participate, registration is free for all to attend! Click here to register now!
The ALD team is looking forward to a direct dialog with you and will be pleased to address your individual concerns regarding heat treatment.
If you have any questions about heat treatment, please feel free to send an e-mail to us at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time.