The SIEF (Seoul International Electric Fair) and PGK (Power Generation Korea) trade show is October 10-12
We know that innovative ideas come from collaboration. That’s why we’re thrilled to share a booth with Wontech, a global leader in the field of medical aesthetic lasers and energy-based aesthetic equipment market. The SIEF and PGK trade show brings together professionals from around the globe to address the challenge in the electric and energy industries.
For over 60 years, our customers have relied on our experience and technical expertise to provide both standard products and one-of-a-kind solutions for temperature sensors and compression seal fittings.
What are your temperature and sealing application problems and how are you currently solving them? Visit us at the show and let us help you come up with a solution. We’ll be located Coex Hall C at booth K131. If you won’t be at the show, contact us anytime.
To learn more about the show, visit their website.
We hope to see you there.
FNA ‘18 takes place at the Indiana Convention Center
The FNA show brings together heat treating professionals from all over the world, exhibiting the latest innovations in equipment, processes and materials. With advancements in the industry happening often, FNA is a great source for seeing all the latest in one place.
A solution for in-process sheath failures
Visit us at booth #144 to see a demonstration of our Combo Fittings. A thermocouple sheath failure could mean costly in-process vacuum or pressure leaks, leading to wasted time and materials. Our Combo Fitting has two seals, one for the sheath and one for the wires. This dual-seal solution prevents leaks should the sheath become compromised, saving our customers time, money and materials and offering peace of mind.
If you can’t make it to the show but are interested in learning more about Combo Fittings, reach out to us at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at 1.800.223.2389.
To learn more about Furnaces North America, visit the show’s website.
Conax Technologies will be attending this year’s 7EA User Groups Annual Conference during the Vendor Fair/Exhibition on Tuesday, October 9.
This year’s conference in Garden Grove, California will address a variety of topics, including failures and problems of R-1/S-1 clashing reports, repair facility successes and challenges, reducing costs, controls and auxiliaries and 7EA units.
To access the conference agenda or for additional information about this conference, click here.
If you plan on attending this year’s conference, be sure to stop by Booth 77 at the Vendor Fair/Exhibition to meet with us.
Conax Technologies has moved their Arizona facility to a new location to accelerate the pace of their continued growth in the semiconductor industry.
The new, modern facility in Tempe, AZ features expanded office space, an improved production area with additional work stations, and increased annealing capabilities.
The initial acquisition of the Arizona facility gave Conax the ability to design and manufacture quartz sheaths for thermocouples in-house, providing greater control over quality and supply. The move to this new facility enables continued routine production, while expanding our capabilities to include production of prototypes for new sensor designs.
Conax Business Unit Manager Michael Ferraro stated, “We’re continually expanding our capabilities in the growing Semiconductor industry to better meet the ever-increasing demands of our customers.”
More than half of the top performing plants rely on Conax products
The 2017 Power Plant Performance Report was recently released with a list of the top 20 power plants last year.
Conax Technologies congratulates the top performers and is proud to supply a wide range of Conax thermocouples to more than half of the power plants on the list. Find out more about our Power Generation solutions here.
The Power Plant Performance Report highlights the top performing natural gas, coal, and nuclear plants, according to preliminary data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). The report is based on data and analysis provided by Energy Ventures Analysis.
Read the original article here.
Bo joins Conax as the Account Manager for North and East China, based in our Shanghai office.
Bo’s prior experience includes positions as a Sales Engineer, Application Engineer, and BD Manager focused on new application and high growth marketing. Bo graduated from Tianjin University with a degree in Mechanical Design, Manufacturing, and Automation.
In his spare time, Bo enjoys playing basketball, swimming, cooking, reading books, and playing PC games. As a technical sales representative, Bo likes to try different ideas to solve customer’s problems.
Welcome to the team, Bo!
Visit Conax at SEMICON West Booth 2238 July 10 – 12
Longer TC life and lower annual spend with EtchDefender™
Stop by our booth at SEMICON West to get a firsthand look at our patent-pending EtchDefender™ technology and find out how it extends the life of quartz thermocouple sheaths in ASM® Epsilon® epitaxial reactors up to 3X longer and reduces your annual spend by over 30%.
Profile and Spike Thermocouples for all the leading furnaces
Conax also offers standard or custom designed Profile and Spike Thermocouples for vertical and horizontal furnaces. Our high-precision temperature sensors are engineered to address the critical process of temperature measurement and control required for the semiconductor, photovoltaic and LED industries.
Standard and custom designed Pressure/Vacuum Feedthroughs
Conax Technologies designs and manufactures Pressure/Vacuum Feedthroughs for any application or equipment and specializes in HAST feed-throughs for reliability testing.
If you’re at the show, stop by Booth 2238 to find out more!
For more information on the show, click here to visit the site.
ASM® and EPSILON® are registered trademarks of ASM® International. Neither Conax Technologies nor its products are affiliated with, approved by or sponsored by ASM® International.
Visit Conax Technologies at Booth A-L67 at the 2018 Electrify Europe Conference
Conax is pleased to attend the 2018 Electrify Europe Conference in Vienna, Austria with thousands of innovators and thought leaders.
Eliminating premature sensor failures
Among the latest power industry technologies and solutions, we’ll be exhibiting our patented Spring Loaded Exhaust Gas Sensor. Standard exhaust gas sensors in 7F and 9F gas turbines are at risk for premature failure. As temperatures rise, the radiation shield and sensor sheath expand at different rates, forming a gap between the seat and the radiation shield and the stop on the sensor. The sensor vibrates and the tip eventually breaks, causing the sensor to fail and the gas turbine to trip.
Conax created the Spring Loaded Exhaust Gas Sensor, featuring a high-temperature compression spring that is inserted between two spacer tubes. The spring minimizes vibration, which means the sensor is less likely to fail and break. This solution has proven to increase sensor life and provide thousands of hours of operation without failures, preventing downtime and saving money. Click here to view a video demo.
For more information on the show, click here to visit the site.
If you’re at the show, stop by Booth A-L67 and see us!
This year’s Frame 6 Users Conference takes us to Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida June 12.
At the show, we’ll be demonstrating our kit that replaces exhaust gas thermocouple sensors in older GE frame turbines. This kit lets operators replace sensors without having to replace the entire thermocouple. The solution provides a longer lasting sensor—meaning less maintenance time.
Cable assemblies are custom manufactured to the desired length and remain fixed in the turbine hot box, only the sensor needs to be removed. Cable assemblies are made from 18 AWG stranded conductors with PFA insulation and are jacketed with stainless steel over braid.
To learn more about this year’s show, visit http://frame-6-users-group.org. We’ll be at booth #34. We hope to see you there.
Conax is a trusted partner in the aerospace industry
We’ve been proudly providing high-performance, high-quality temperature sensors to our partners in the aerospace industry for over 55 years. Our explosive activated valves went along for the ride during the first space launch of Project Mercury in 1962. Conax parts were also used in the US Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon. Today, Conax thermocouples and harness assemblies can be found in several large-scale aerospace projects. Watch the video to see where we’ve been, and where Conax can take you.
For more information about our aerospace capabilities, click here.