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February 16, 2017Ipsen, Cherry Valley, Ill., introduces CompuCore, a competitively priced option for controls retrofits available for installation on most brands of vacuum heat-treating systems.
February 15, 2017Solar Atmospheres of Western Pennsylvania, Hermitage, recently added a state-of-the-art vacuum furnace with an all-molybdenum hot zone having dimensions 24 x 24 x 36 inches.
February 15, 2017The Heavy Carbon Company, Pittsford, Mich., announces that its president, George Barbour, has been awarded a patent for "A method of carburizing which allows a carburizing process in a furnace at high temperatures in a protective atmosphere."
February 15, 2017Air Products, Lehigh Valley, Pa., recently installed an advanced nitrogen supply system at Boeing's new 777X Composite Wing Center in Everett, Washington.
February 10, 2017QuesTek Innovations, Evanston, Ill., announces that it was invited to the White House in early January to accept the U.S. Small Business Administration 2016 Tibbetts Award.
February 08, 2017I would like to dedicate the TSS President's Message to two outstanding individuals who were recently selected for induction into the ASM Thermal Spray Society Hall of Fame (HoF). This honor was established in 1993 to recognize outstanding leaders who have made significant achievements and contributions to the science, technology, practice, education, management, and advancement of thermal...
February 07, 2017Splat is the term given to a single impacted droplet/particle, as illustrated in the diagram. Many overlapping splats solidify and adhere to one another to form a continuous coating layer. Thus, the splat is the basic structural building block in thermal spray coatings.
February 06, 2017Carpenter Technology Corp., Philadelphia, announces that it has agreed to purchase substantially all of the assets and business of Puris LLC, a producer of titanium powder for additive manufacturing and advanced technology applications.
February 06, 2017Steel Dynamics, Fort Wayne, Ind., recently invested $28 million for a reheating furnace and a new finishing area in its Roanoke Bar Division to increase rolling capacity from the current 500,000 tons to over 600,000 tons per year.