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Ambrell to Exhibit at CMTS 2021

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CMTS 2021


Ambrell, an inTEST Company and a leading manufacturer of induction heating solutions, will return to the Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show. The event will take place October 4-7 at the International Centre in Mississauga, which is just outside of Toronto, ON Canada. At Ambrell booth 2014, induction heating demonstrations will be given and visitors are encouraged to bring their drawings and parts for discussion with our expert team. 

EASYHEAT and EKOHEAT induction heating solutions will be on display at the booth. We manufacture a wide range of high and low frequency induction heating systems, ranging from 1 kW to 1,000 kW. Induction heating is also a green technology, be sure to ask how it can help you meet your ESG carbon neutrality goals. All systems are manufactured at our Rochester, NY USA headquarters. 

The cornerstone of the Ambrell experience is applications testing from THE LAB at Ambrell. There, we will test your application and recommend the right system based on your process requirements. An applications engineer will be on-hand to discuss your heating applications. Be sure to bring your parts and get the complimentary parts testing process started right at the show.


CMTS draws manufacturing professionals from throughout Canada to learn about the latest advancements in the industry. Register today and use code promotion code 10003238  to receive a free exhibit pass.


To learn more about Ambrell visit or call +1 585 889 9000


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