SOLO Swiss Group at the China Aviation Journey 2013

SOLO Swiss Group is pleased to announce their participation at the China Aviation Journey with its partner Guangdong Strong Metal Technology from 3th to 5th December 2013, in Beijing, China.

CAMS & CATS

The China Aviation Journey to fully understand development status and opportunities of China Aerospace is divided into 2 parts:

  • CAMS 2013 China Aeronautical Materials and Process Technology Summit take place from 3th to 4th December (focusing on aeronautical materials processing in the application of aircraft and aero engine)
  •  CATS 2013 China Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Summit take place from 4th to 5th December (focusing on cutting edge manufacturing technologies in the application of difficult marching component and materials)

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 www.soloswiss.com.

SOLO Swiss Group

Public affairs

press@soloswiss.com

Nov. 2013

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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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