National Manufacturing Week (9 – 12 May 2017) returns to Melbourne as Australia’s largest gathering of manufacturing industry decision- makers under one roof. Held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the four-day event will feature more than 30 speakers, more than 230 exhibitors and a number of networking opportunities for those working along the manufacturing value chain. 

Do you fabricate stainless steel or aluminum? Are you using pickling paste or abrasives to remove the heat affected zone (HAZ)? During product demonstrations, the “TIG Brush Effect” is the wide-eyed look of disbelief frequently shown by first time observers as they view the TIG Brush’s superior weld cleaning & passivation capabilities.

Since its introduction onto the global market 10 years ago, professionals worldwide have adopted the TIG Brush® system as their preferred stainless steel weld cleaning system. We welcome you to visit us at the Ensitech TIG Brush stand #1930 in the Welding Technology section, to see our latest innovations in weld cleaning technology and witness the power of the “TIG Brush Effect” yourself.   

Entry to NMW is free for trade visitors and by registering now, you’ll access a range of services, including updates via the NMW website for this year’s Melbourne event. For more information about the National Manufacturing Conference and Exhibition, or to register for the 2017 event, please visit http://www.nationalmanufacturingweek.com.au

Ensitech Stand #1930
May 9 – 12
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

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