14. EABS-Seminar 2015 at Solvay Fluor

Oct 26
2015

On October 13th and 14, 2015, the European Association for Brazing and Soldering (EABS) together with experts from Solvay Fluor and Solvay Flux, has held the 14th annual Technical Seminar on the Theory and Practice of Flame and Furnace Aluminium Brazing – short: The Aluminium Brazing Seminar.  

The delegates were representing technical staff, design and production engineers as well as production engineering managers from more than 20 companies.  Key aspects and principles of aluminium flame and furnace brazing were presented during the event.  The practical demonstrations included the ‘Safe-Flame-Process’ using a flame from a hydrogen generator, and a complete flux paste dispensing system suitable for several application methods.

37 interested participants from all over the world (14 countries) gathered for the two day training in Hanover, Germany.

37 interested participants from all over the world (14 countries) gathered for the two day training in Hanover, Germany.

 

Invitation for the EABS Seminar 2015

Apr 21
2015

EABS and Solvay Special Chem announce the thirteenth annual presentation of their joint technical training seminar.

Dates: 13th and 14th October 2015

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Purpose of the Seminar:

This technical training seminar will be presented in English at the Conference Centre and laboratories of SOLVAY GmbH, in Hannover, Germany. It will provide information concerning the manufacturing practices commonly used for brazing operations and, in particular, will address the three fundamental aspects of the industrial-scale brazing of aluminium.

These are:

  • The flame brazing of aluminium.
  • The Controlled Atmosphere Brazing (CAB) of aluminium heat exchangers with non-corrosive fluxes (NOCOLOK® Flux).
  • The methodology of how to ensure that the brazing process selected is, indeed, the one that represents ‘best practice’.

Here you can find the detailed seminar programme and registration.

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Watch the video of the EABS Technical Training Seminar


EABS: The European Association for Brazing and Soldering

Secretariat: 129 Bridge Street – Macclesfield – Cheshire, SK11 6QE, England
Telephone: ++44 (0) 7917 737 453 – Telefax: ++44 (0) 1625 431 160
e-mail: admin@eabs.org.uk – Website: www.eabs.org.uk

Invitation for the EABS Seminar 2014

Jul 03
2014

EABS and Solvay Special Chemicals announce the thirteenth annual presentation of their joint technical training seminar.

Dates: 9th and 10th September 2014

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Purpose of the Seminar:

This technical training seminar will be presented in English at the Conference Centre and laboratories of SOLVAY GmbH, in Hannover, Germany. It will provide information concerning the manufacturing practices commonly used for brazing operations and, in particular, will address the three fundamental aspects of the industrial-scale brazing of aluminium.

These are:

  • The flame brazing of aluminium.
  • The Controlled Atmosphere Brazing (CAB) of aluminium heat exchangers with non-corrosive fluxes (NOCOLOK® Flux).
  • The methodology of how to ensure that the brazing process selected is, indeed, the one that represents ‘best practice’.

Here you can find the detailed seminar programme and registration.

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Watch the video of the EABS Technical Training Seminar


EABS: The European Association for Brazing and Soldering

Secretariat: Secure Hold Business Centre – Studley Road – Redditch, B98 7LG, England
Telephone: ++44 (0) 1527 519 463 – Telefax: ++44 (0) 1527 518 718
e-mail: admin@eabs.org.uk – Website: www.eabs.org.uk

Invitation Technical Training Seminar

Jun 21
2013

EABS and Solvay Fluor GmbH announce the twelfth annual presentation of their joint technical training seminar entitled:

The theory and practice of the flame- and furnace-brazing of aluminium

Dates: 24th and 25th September 2013

Please download your Seminar Registration Form here.

Purpose of the Seminar:
This technical training seminar will be presented in the English language at the Conference Centre and laboratories of SOLVAY GmbH, in Hannover, Germany. It will provide information concerning the manufacturing practices commonly used for brazing operations and, in particular, will address the three fundamental aspects of the industrial-scale brazing of aluminium.

These are:

  • The flame brazing of aluminium.
  • The Controlled Atmosphere Brazing (CAB) of aluminium heat exchangers with non-corrosive fluxes (NOCOLOK® Flux).
  • The methodology of how to ensure that the brazing process selected is, indeed, the one that represents ‘best practice’.

Who should attend this two-day seminar?

  • Technical staff who need to have a specific understanding of either one or both of the fine details of the technology of the brazing of aluminium with flames, and/or the NOCOLOK® furnace brazing process.
  • Design and production engineers who are fabricating, or who are intending to fabricate, aluminium pipe-work assemblies and/or condensers and/or evaporators.
  • Production Engineering Department Managers whose duties include day-to-day responsibility for the brazing of aluminium.

Follow this link to see what you can expect when you attend this seminar

EABS Technical Training Seminar: Aluminium Brazing and NOCOLOK


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Please download your Seminar Registration Form here.

Please note: Early registration for the Seminar is particularly important for delegates who will require a Visa to enter the countries of the European Union. The issue of a Visa can take up to 10 weeks, and often requires the applicant to present a letter of invitation to the seminar, together with his application for a Visa, to the German Embassy in his country of residence. Delegates who require a formal letter of invitation should indicate this fact, (on the Seminar Registration form, please), so that EABS can arrange for one to be sent to you by Solvay Fluor GmbH.

We look forward to receiving your booking in the very near future.
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Philip Roberts
EABS Chairman and Technical Director


Secretariat: Secure Hold Business Centre – Studley Road – Redditch, B98 7LG, England
Telephone: ++44 (0) 1527 519 463 – Telefax: ++44 (0) 1527 518 718
e-mail: admin@eabs.org.uk – Website: www.eabs.org.uk

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