The ABB Red TIE
(Technical Information Exchange) event is a one-day training program designed to provide our valued customers with:
How is the program structured?
- a full day of customized, technical training
- an opportunity to discuss technical matters of importance to you
- an opportunity for you to network with your industry peers
- an individual certificate of completion will be provided
- the Red TIE Event is a technical exchange. It is not a commercial event.
This event will consist of six one-hour technical seminars. The technical topics to be addressed will be determined by YOU. When you register using the link provided, please rank the technical topics in order of importance to you. ABB will finalize the technical seminar topics to be presented based on the responses received from confirmed attendees. The Red TIE program will begin at 8:00 AM and will conclude at 4:00 PM. Lunch and breakfast will be provided by ABB. How many people will attend this event?
Each Red TIE event is designed to accommodate forty attendees. Seats are limited and will be reserved on a first-response basis. Therefore please confirm your reservation as soon as possible. The first forty confirmed attendees will receive an email with additional event details. How do I sign up for the event?
Please click on the REGISTER
link, enter your contact information and select the course topics that are most relevant to your business.
September 8, 2016 Time:
8:00 AM (Please plan to arrive by 7:30 AM, if possible, for registration)
3180 West Market Street
Akron, OH 44333
*Please note that each attendee is responsible for their individual travel costs.
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ABB Red TIE seminars
The technical topics to be addressed will be determined by YOU. When you register using the link provided, please rank the technical topics in order of importance to you. ABB will finalize the technical seminar topics to be presented based on the responses received from the confirmed attendees.
Topics selected include:
- Designing transformers to withstand systems faults and high transportation
- Design review process of power transformers
- Condenser bushings: design, application and field issues
- Transformer failure modes
- Remanufacturing vs. repair of power transformers