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Eight Vacuum Furnaces Shipped to Four CountriesOpen in a New Window

Ipsen USA shipped eight vacuum heat-treating systems to companies in Costa Rica, India, Germany and the U.S.


Online Tool can Calculate Induction Heating PowerOpen in a New Window

Ultraflex’s induction heating calculator can help in estimating the required heating energy and generator power for a variety of induction applications.


AHT Hires Director of Sales and MarketingOpen in a New Window

Advanced Heat Treat Corp. announced the addition of Mark Hemsath to their Executive Team as director of sales and marketing. 


Aerospace Manufacturer Orders Vacuum Heat-Treating SystemOpen in a New Window

ALD Vacuum Systems of Wixom, Mich., received an order from a North American-based aerospace manufacturer for a SyncroTherm vacuum heat-treating system.


Wisconsin Oven Buys Manufacturing FacilityOpen in a New Window

Wisconsin Oven closed on a property purchase from Plymouth Tube.


NLMK Orders Walking-Beam FurnaceOpen in a New Window

Tenova has been contracted by Russian steel company NLMK to supply a 320-ton/hour walking-beam furnace for its plant in Lipetsk.


East Carolina Metal Treating Orders IQ Furnace LineOpen in a New Window

J.L. Becker, a Gasbarre Furnace Group Company, shipped a complete integral-quench (IQ) furnace line to East Carolina Metal Treating’s (ECMT) facility in Raleigh, N.C.


Kentucky Aluminum Extruder Expanding, Creating JobsOpen in a New Window

UACJ Automotive Whitehall Industries will invest approximately $3.3 million to expand its Paducah, Ky., facility.


Tube Furnace to be Used for Lab ApplicationOpen in a New Window

Lindberg/MPH shipped a tube furnace with a temperature range of 932-2192°F (500-1200°C) that will be used for a laboratory application.


Kobe Steel Acquires Quintus TechnologiesOpen in a New Window

Kobe Steel Ltd. acquired Quintus Technologies AB, a manufacturer of isostatic presses (IP) based in Sweden, for $115 million.


Polish Fastener Manufacturer Orders Heat-Treatment LineOpen in a New Window

SECO/WARWICK will supply a technological line for the heat treatment of fasteners to Gawel Screw Production Plant.


Quaker Chemical, Houghton International to CombineOpen in a New Window

Quaker Chemical Corp. and Houghton International Inc. executed a definitive agreement to combine the companies.


Furnace to Heat Aluminum Parts for AR15 RiflesOpen in a New Window

Wisconsin Oven Corp. shipped a natural-gas-fired four-zone solution treatment furnace to a manufacturer of aluminum components.


AK Steel Opens Research and Innovation CenterOpen in a New Window

AK Steel formally opened its Research and Innovation Center in Middletown, Ohio. 


Specialty Ring Products Orders Two Rotary-Hearth FurnacesOpen in a New Window

Nutec Bickley received an order from Specialty Ring Products (SRP) for two gas-fired rotary-hearth furnaces.


Alliance Focused on AM for Aluminum, Titanium PartsOpen in a New Window

FIT AG and Caterpillar Inc. entered into a strategic alliance agreement that will focus on design and printing for additive manufacturing (AM) of aluminum and titanium parts.


Joint Venture to Build Heat-Treat Plant in IndianaOpen in a New Window

NTK Precision Axle Corp. will build a second plant in Anderson, Ind., for the purpose of increasing production capacity of driveshaft components.


Aerospace Supplier Orders Rotary-Hearth FurnaceOpen in a New Window

Can-Eng Furnaces International Ltd. was contracted to commission a turnkey 36-foot-diameter “pancake-style” rotary-hearth furnace for a North American aerospace supplier.


IH Economic Indicators: Numbers Reach Heights Not Seen in Five YearsOpen in a New Window

Industrial Heating’s monthly economic indicators for March 2017 fell slightly overall from February, but all four indices were still all over 56 for the first time in five years.


ITPS Online Ticket Shop Opens in AprilOpen in a New Window

The online ticket shop for ITPS 2017, the 2nd International Thermprocess Summit, will open in early April.


Ford Investing $1.2 Billion in Michigan FacilitiesOpen in a New Window

Ford Motor Company will invest $1.2 billion in three Michigan facilities to strengthen its manufacturing capability in trucks and SUVs and support its expansion to an auto and mobility company.


IHEA Fall Seminars Coming to South CarolinaOpen in a New Window

The Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) will hold its 2017 Fall Seminars at the Westin Poinsett in Greenville, S.C., Sept. 19-20.


Automotive Supplier Orders Roller-Hearth FurnaceOpen in a New Window

AFC-Holcroft received an order from a global automotive supplier of systems and components for a roller-hearth annealing furnace.


HWI Chooses Ohio for Monolithics Refractory PlantOpen in a New Window

HarbisonWalker International (HWI) selected The Point Industrial Park in South Point, Lawrence County, Ohio, as the location for its state-of-the-art monolithic refractories manufacturing facility.


Bodycote Nogent Receives MedAccred AccreditationOpen in a New Window

Bodycote announced that its Nogent location is the first facility in France to earn PRI’s MedAccred accreditation.


Oerlikon Fairfield Orders Temperature Monitoring SystemOpen in a New Window

PhoenixTM received an order from Oerlikon Fairfield, a gear manufacturer based in Lafayette, Ind., for a hot-box system.


Medical Device Manufacturer Orders Vacuum FurnaceOpen in a New Window

Ipsen shipped a TITAN H2 vacuum heat-treating system with 2-bar gas quenching to Costa Rica, where it will be used to manufacture surgical components.


Nucor to Upgrade Rolling MillOpen in a New Window

Nucor Corp. will invest $85 million to upgrade the rolling mill at its steel bar mill in Marion, Ohio.


Tata Steel Sells Specialty Steels BusinessOpen in a New Window

Tata Steel UK signed a definitive agreement to sell its Specialty Steels business to Liberty House Group for approximately $124.5 million.


Big River Steel to Implement AI at Steel MillOpen in a New Window

Big River Steel and announced a contract to implement enterprise AI to optimize operations at Big River Steel’s recently completed $1.3 billion steel production facility in Osceola, Ark.

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