Join some of the world’s experts in the brazing of carbon steel, stainless steel, brass, and aluminum. Abbott Furnace Company’s two-and-a-half-day symposiums cover brazing fundamentals, filler metals, joint design, troubleshooting, and the new AIAG CQI-29 – Brazing Special Process Assessment. Our symposiums are ideal for brazing engineers, maintenance personnel, product designer, and anyone involved in
The new AIAG CQI-29 Brazing System Assessment specifies process requirements for an organization or its suppliers performing applicable aluminum and stainless steel brazing. Processes covered are CAB, Vacuum, Flame, and Induction brazing, and contain requirements for part print, control plan, braze quality inspection & reports, parameter documentation, maintenance records, sustainability, process monitoring, fixturing and tooling, and thermal management.
Abbott Furnace is pleased to participate in the Automotive Industry Action Group’s (AIAG) Brazing Work Group. According to AIAG, this group has “developed a process to validate the effectiveness of brazing processes throughout the entire supply chain. This includes an assessment based on best practices that ensures quality, reliability and durability of components from Brazing
AIAG’s new brazing standard, CQI-29, highlights best practices for auto OEM suppliers.