Category Archives: Events

The main events dedicated to the technologies, equipment and products for the foundry industry in which Fassmet participates.

Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology

FASSMET will exhibit to Taiwanese marketplace its “Quality improvement on product and process of cast iron foundries thanks our quality products”

We will wait for you Saturday November 17 th , 2018 in Southern Taiwan
University of Science and Technology (Boot nr. 17 – 20).

GIFA 2015

FASSMET will be present at the next GIFA 2015 taking place in Duesseldorf ,Germany, 16 -20 June 2015.

If interested in getting to know us, feel free to contact us!






FASSMET will take part at the next 12th international Iron- Steel foundry technology, machinery and products trade fair with a technical paper dedicated to

“The characteristic parameters of thermal analysis and their effect on the solidification of cast irons”.

The event will be another occasion for final users, foundries, to learn and confront themselves on how the ferro-alloys behaviour can be studied and analyzed during the solidification process to accurately establish the final quality of the cast and its mechanical properties.

Thermal Analysis and TCast Installation

FASSMET has been enthusiastic in receiving such warm welcoming during the last Metal and Metallurgy China, May 2014.

The event has been an occasion for the company to bring the foundry world closer to the fundamentals of the thermal analysis:

– Relevance of the cooling curve for final quality control of the metal
– Analysis of the chemical composition, metallurgical behaviors and mechanical properties
– Real time acquisition of necessary parameters directly in the foundry

Finally, FASSMET is proud to announce that, together with the Fair, the company has proceeded with the installation of TCast for 9 working stations in Valenzuela City, Metro Manila, Philippines.

M+M Congress Beijing – 2014


FASSMET will be taking part at the M+M Congress China 2014 with an in-depth presentation on  the  “Principles of thermal analysis and its applications in the foundry“.

For further information please visit MMI