GOSHEN, N.Y. - Blaser Swisslube, Inc., premier supplier of world class, Swiss-quality metalworking fluids, will host a day and a half-long Liquid Tools Seminar that provides expert training and metalworking fluid know-how from experienced Blaser engineers.
Blaser's engineers will cover topics ranging from Types of Fluids, Performance and Health & Safety Concerns to Corrosion, Biological Stability and Fluid Management. Hands-on demonstrations of emulsion preparation, pH values and water hardness provides a first-hand, interactive look at the basics of coolant maintenance and operation. Also enjoy a guided tour of Blaser's manufacturing plant and laboratories.
"I would recommend anyone who is switching over to [Blaser's] coolant to attend this seminar," said Jason Farley, director of operations at Akron Bass Company. "It is well worth the time."
Attendees of the seminar will receive a welcome packet that includes valuable know-how movies on CD, informative procedural guidelines and handy recommended concentration data tables. Also included is the convenient Cutting Fluid Training Manual with detailed reference graphs and charts that can be used while working in the field.
The seminar is held several times a year. Upcoming dates include June 8 - 9 and September 27 - 28. All Blaser end users, or those interested in learning more about Blaser products, are welcome to attend. Registration may be completed by visiting www.blaser.com and clicking on EVENTS, or by calling 845-294-3200.
Founded in 1936, Blaser Swisslube, Inc. has formulated state-of-the-art metalworking solutions for 70 years. Blaser metalworking fluids are recognized world wide for dependability in improving tool life, production and part quality while reducing overall production costs. Blaser products are developed by a team of researchers at the Blaser headquarters in Switzerland, and U.S. production is based in Goshen, N.Y.
For more information about Blaser, please visit www.blaser.com.
31 Hatfield Lane
Goshen, NY 10924