Carbolite to Participate In, Exhibit at MS&T ’11

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4 October 2011—Carbolite, Inc. has announced that they will be participating in and exhibiting at the upcoming 2011 Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition (MS&T ’11).

Carbolite is an industry leading manufacturer and distributor of heat processing equipment. The company has a long established, worldwide reputation for producing a superior array of laboratory, commercial, and industrial furnaces, ovens, and incubators. Carbolite heat processing equipment delivers innovative design, high performance, and reliable operation for a broad range of applications. The company has its world headquarters in Derbyshire, England; it’s North American headquarters is located in Watertown, Wisconsin. The US division will be representing the company at MS&T ’11. Carbolite, Inc. representatives can be found at exhibition booth #721, displaying and providing detailed information about some of the products that have helped build their reputation for “Making Heat Do More.”

The 2011 Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition brings together scientists, engineers, students, suppliers, and other professionals representing the world’s four leading materials societies: ACerS, AIST, ASM, and TMS. NACE International is also co-sponsoring the conference. This year’s MS&T will take place in Columbus, Ohio, at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, from Sunday, October 16, through Thursday, October 20. A number of informative lectures, symposiums, meetings, and other events are scheduled. Current research and technical applications, as well as the future of the materials science and technology industry, will be addressed throughout the convention’s programmed events. Additionally, over 100 different companies will be on hand as exhibitors.

Carbolite, Inc. – Exhibition Booth #721
2011 Materials Science and Technology Conference and Exhibition (MS&T ’11)
Greater Columbus Convention Center
Columbus, Ohio
October 16-20, 2011

For more information about Carbolite and their wide selection of heat processing equipment, please visit them online at Further details about MS&T ’11 can be found at the conference’s official website,

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