SOLO Swiss Group at Heat Treatment Beijing 2011

SOLO Swiss Group has participated in the 15th International Exhibition on Heat Treatment Beijing – from 19th to 21th October 2011 in China.

The SOLO Swiss Group was present, along with its partner Guangdong Strong Metal Technology, in pavilion 3, and would like to thank all the visitors who came to booth #3B02.

The 2011 Beijing International Exhibition on Heat Treatment has a very important significance. The purpose is to master the focus of international heat treatment development, present the most advanced technical process locally and abroad, set up the exchange platform for the colleagues of heat treatment industry and facilitate the good cooperation between enterprises. Meanwhile, the exhibition make its contribution in solving problems and better development of the heat treatment industry to meet the requirement of manufaturing industry and economy.

SOLO Swiss Group, founded in 1945, manufactures advanced industrial furnaces for the heat treatment of metals. SOLO Swiss is one of the oldest furnace manufacturers in Europe and exports its equipments all over the world with a strong presence in Asia. SOLO furnaces are well suited for the treatment of the small complex metallic parts requiring an enhanced heat treatment and reduced distortion. Parts include: springs, clips, fasteners, coins, needles, hooks, ball bearings, parts for the aeronautics, cutlery, watch-making industry, micro mechanic. In all these fields, SOLO Swiss Group’s customers are amongst the most famous names in these industries for more than 40 years.

For more information on SOLO Swiss Group and its products, visit its website at http://www.soloswiss.com.

SOLO Swiss Group contact
Ouisa BOUSBAIN
Marketing Managers
+41 32 465 96 00
corporate@soloswiss.com
Oct. 2011

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SOLO Swiss manufactures advanced industrial furnaces for the heat treatment of metals. SOLO Swiss offers atmosphere furnaces, batch furnaces, bell-type furnaces, continuous furnaces, mesh belt furnaces used in variety of heat treatment processes: carburizing, hardening, tempering, annealing, austempering, nitriding, brazing, carbonitriding, sintering, nitrocarburising, oxinitriding, quenching.

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