Corporate News

20.02.2013

ASK Chemicals Presents a Customer Focused Booth at Cast Expo 2013

Cast Expo is the single largest trade show and exposition for metalcasting in the Americas. Cast Expo 2013 will offer metalcasters, suppliers, and casting buyers and designers the opportunity to connect and educate themselves on the latest and greatest metalcasting has to offer.

ASK Chemicals plans to impress at this year’s CastExpo ’13 event in St. Louis, MO – April 6th - 9th.  Located on booth #2656, ASK Chemicals will feature fifteen different customer castings arranged specifically by the incorporated ASK product line used in its production: coatings & Auxiliaries, Cold-Box, feeding Systems, metallurgy and No-Bake.  Visitors can also enjoy four different videos spread throughout the space focusing on ASK Chemicals’ value added services: Design Services, R&D and Technical Services.  A uniquely designed customer focused booth ASK Chemicals is sure to provide an experience worth remembering.

Additionally, as industry leading innovators ASK Chemicals is proud to continue their strong tradition of supplying technical papers.  Three such essays will be presented at this years’ Expo – those interested are encouraged to attend.  Also, visitors interested in casting optimization through Simulation can enjoy several presentations from the ASK Design Services group on the recently introduced Arena Flow 7.4 software – computational particle fluid dynamics (CPFD) – located on the ASK booth.  These demonstrations will take place twice per day (11AM & 3PM) from April 6th – 8th.

Finally, ASK Chemicals will host a major event on April 6th at legendary St. Louis Cardinals – Busch Stadium.  Guests will enjoy food & beverages, games & prizes, and much more – including exclusive individual photographs with the 2011 World Series Trophy!  The open house event runs from 5:30PM – 9:30PM.  Please speak to your ASK Chemicals Account Manager for complimentary tickets and additional details.   

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