Wisconsin Oven shipped a natural-gas-fired draw batch oven to Flame Treating Systems Inc. in Durham, N.C.
Ipsen will offer two one-day, expert-taught classes throughout in the early part of 2017.
Grieve supplied a 2200°F (1204°C) inert-atmosphere pit furnace that will be used for heat treating automotive parts in baskets.
ArmorMax Engineered Products, a business unit of the MAX Group of Companies, opened a new manufacturing, warehousing and repair facility in Lebanon, Pa.
Lucifer Furnaces Inc. designed and delivered a dual-chamber furnace for heat treating high-speed steels.
SECO/WARWICK announced the creation of SECO/Vacuum Technologies LLC (SVT), a new company designed to provide standard and custom vacuum furnaces and related professional services to the North American market.
ParkOhio acquired the shares of GH Electrotermia S.A. of Valencia, Spain, for approximately $31 million.
SMS group received an order from PT. Gunung Raja Paksi of Cikarang City, Indonesia, for a continuous light section mill.
SECO/WARWICK Allied Pvt. Ltd. is relocating its operations to a new production, assembly and test equipment facility in Mahape, Navi Mumbai, India.
Markforged announced atomic diffusion additive manufacturing (ADAM), a technique to produce metal parts for manufacturers in industrial, automotive, medical and aerospace industries.
PhoenixTM received an order from a major Mexican auto-parts manufacturer for a hot-box system.
IHEA’s Fundamentals of Industrial Process Heating online learning course is scheduled to begin March 13.
C.I. Hayes, a Gasbarre Furnace Group company, recently installed multiple “Solitaire” conveyor-belt furnaces for annealing of precious metals to be used in the jewelry industry.
Wisconsin Oven shipped a natural-gas-fired walk-in oven to a manufacturer in the die-casting industry.
NLMK Group signed an agreement for the purchase of the core process equipment for the construction of a new walking-beam reheating furnace that will streamline the slab heating process at NLMK Pennsylvania in Farrell, Pa.
Dorssers Inc. purchased two SECO/WARWICK pit-style air temper furnaces for its manufacturing facility in Blenheim, Ontario.
Industrial Heating’s monthly economic indicators for December 2016 were overwhelmingly positive.
3T RPD opened a new metal additive-manufacturing (AM) production site near its current facility on the former Greenham Common Airbase in Berkshire.
Linde AG and Praxair Inc. announced that the companies intend to combine in a merger of equals under a new holding company through an all-stock transaction.
SECO/WARWICK delivered a CaseMaster Evolution to Austrian commercial heat treater R&W Härtetechnik.
PhoenixTM recently commissioned an evaporative rotating hot-box system at Service Center Metals (SCM) in Prince George, Va.
U.S. Steel will begin processing slabs on its currently idled hot strip mill at Granite City Works in Granite City, Ill., in mid-February 2017.
Effective Jan. 1, 2017, the businesses of Tenova Core Inc., Pomini Tenova Inc. (USA) and Tenova I2S will operate as a single company.
Airbus ordered a state-of-the-art electron-beam additive-manufacturing (EBAM) system from Sciaky Inc.
Synalloy Corp., through its subsidiary Bristol Metals LLC, signed a definitive agreement to acquire the Stainless Steel Pipe and Tube operations of Marcegaglia USA for approximately $15 million.
Wisconsin Oven Corp. shipped an electrically heated horizontal quench system to an aerospace supplier.
Ames Laboratory and Oak Ridge National Laboratory have been awarded $5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office to improve the production and composition of metal-alloy powders used in additive manufacturing (AM).
Over the next two years voestalpine will invest approximately $42 million in a new high-speed forging line at group company Böhler Edelstahl GmbH in Kapfenberg, Austria.
Nucor Corp. agreed to acquire Southland Tube, an independent manufacturer of hollow structural section (HSS) steel tubing, for $130 million.
Abbott Furnace Company of St. Marys, Pa., acquired the intellectual property of Drever Furnace from The Rose Corporation.