In the style of an art gallery: International materials specialist stages its products and concepts for innovative applications in furnace construction and high-temperature technology in an unusual way on the occasion of the world’s leading trade fair for industrial thermoprocessing equipment
Is this art… or can it be groundbreaking technology? Visitors to THERMPROCESS from June 12 to 16 will be faced with this question at the booth of the QSIL group of companies in Hall 10 (Booth F67) at the Düsseldorf Exhibition Center. The specialist for high-purity quartz glass, special glasses, industrial and engineering ceramics as well as refractory metals artfully stages its product portfolio in an industry-unusual presentation.
Under the motto “The Art of High Performance Materials”, QSIL presents its state-of-the-art solutions made of refractory and high-temperature resistant high-performance materials similar to masterpieces in an art exhibition.
QSIL fused silica, ceramic and metal products are of great use for demanding applications in various industrial and business sectors where heat treatment of materials plays a significant role, e.g. for so-called “hot zones”, heating elements, furnace racks, reactor tubes, riser tubes, transport rollers, linings and protective tubes, sintered boats, load carriers and containers, nozzles, crucibles and crucible holders, heat exchangers or black bodies in high temperature and drying plants.
Sophisticated production technologies and manufacturing processes combined with decades of expertise in the processing of high-tech materials enable QSIL to meet customized requirements of large companies as well as small and medium-sized enterprises equally in the highest quality, from prototype to mass production. This makes this year’s exhibition concept at THERMPROCESS all the more appropriate: QSIL shows engineering in two senses! After all, art comes from skill.