(April 19, 2012, Cherry Valley) – Ipsen’s Chief Engineer, Craig Moller, will present two brazing-focused papers at the International Brazing and Soldering Conference (IBSC) on April 23-24, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nev. Papers presented by Ipsen will be Vacuum Aluminum Brazing – What Matters Most and Aerospace Aluminum Brazing and Compliance.
Vacuum Aluminum Brazing – What Matters Most will cover the benefits of vacuum brazing, the vacuum brazing process and braze joint fundamentals. Vacuum aluminum brazing is a careful balance of time, temperature and vacuum level. These parameters are controlled to maintain the fundamental brazing success parameters – load the parts, heat the parts, get the braze joints clean, melt the braze filler and get the parts out.
Ipsen will share knowledge, understanding and adherence to required guidelines and checklists that are critical to the Aerospace industry in an effort to simplify compliance in the presentation of the paper Aerospace Aluminum Brazing and Compliance. Topics include clarification of AMS 2750D and Nadcap, furnace classification, System Accuracy Testing (SAT), Temperature Uniformity Surveys (TUS) and much more.
Known as the cornerstone of the global brazing and soldering marketplace, American Society for Metals (ASM) and American Welding Society (AWS) will host the 2012 IBSC Conference and Exposition. The IBSC Exposition provides exhibitors with a forum to showcase the latest trends, products, and techniques in the industry. The four-day event will begin with educational short courses, followed by three-day technical program focusing on the latest advances in brazing and soldering science and technology. Visit http://www.asminternational.org/content/Events/ibsc
for more information.