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2016 Purdue Conferences

uddeholmstrip is presenting the new developed steel grade for compressor valves, combining highest metallurgical know how with state-of-the-art cold rolling skills on Purdue Conference in Indiana, US on July 11th to 14th. We would like to invite you for an interesting exchange!
Flap-X on<BR>2016 Purdue Conferences

Are you designing future generations of reciprocating compressors for cooling and refrigeration applications? Would you like to know about the latest material improvements in compressor reed steels?


We will be at 2016 the Purdue Compressor Conference! You are welcome ask us your questions! To actively participate at this world renowned compressor research forum, we will be presenting the following two research papers on 11th and 14th July, respectively.
1)    Flap-X: Development of a new compressor reed valve material
2)    Flap-X: Investigations of residual stresses and tumbling
Steel strip for the compressor industry has been produced for more than 50 years in Munkfors, Sweden.


Chris Millward, Director R&D says “Our new patented steel, Flap-X, combines the benefits of primary metallurgical process advancements with our precise know-how of precision cold rolling and hardening “. uddeholmstrip continues the market introduction of the best flapper valve steel available.


Martin Sahlèn, Sales Manager Valve Strip says “Flap-X has to be an absolute must for OEMs who want to lead the technological developments in compressors, both for white goods and mobility applications”.


Göran Jansson, Managing Director, voestalpine Precision Strip AB, says “Flap-X is the start of our ongoing drive to be the market leading supplier of compressor reed material. Ultimately, the goal is to add value to each of our product by offering the best possible quality and the customer advice.  The participation in technical conferences such as Purdue is part of this drive”.


OrganizerPurdue University
LocationStewart Center, Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

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