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April 16, 2019Baker Furnace, Yorba Linda, Calif., a division of Thermal Product Solutions, has developed an augmented reality (AR) platform for its furnace lines, allowing operators, maintenance personnel, and engineers to interact with the furnace through a tablet.
April 16, 2019Universal Stainless and Alloy Products Inc., Bridgeville, Pa., announces that it has added a new bar turn and burnish line and a new General Electric phased-array nondestructive testing system to its facility in Dunkirk, New York.
April 16, 2019Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy, announces that it has shipped an electrically heated horizontal solution treat system with a chiller system to a manufacturer in the aerospace industry.
April 11, 2019Allegheny Technologies Inc., Pittsburgh, announces that it has extended its Long-Term Purchase Agreement (LTPA) with Rolls-Royce to supply rotating-disc-quality nickel-base and other specialty alloys for its Trent engine family.
April 01, 2019Solar Atmospheres, Greenville, S.C., announces that it has ordered a new 12-foot car-bottom vacuum furnace with advanced pumping system and rapid cooling capability manufactured by sister company Solar Manufacturing, Hermitage, Pa.
March 29, 2019Nucor Corp., Charlotte, N.C., announces that it will build its new state of the art steel plate mill in Brandenburg, Kentucky, located along the Ohio River southwest of Louisville.
March 29, 2019AFC-Holcroft, Wixom, Mich., reports that Modern Heat Treat, Richland Hills, Texas, added several UBQ (Universal Batch Quench) furnaces and companion equipment to its installed base throughout the year in 2018, including equipment similar to that already in operation in its facility.
March 29, 2019Seco Warwick, Meadville, Pa., has delivered and commissioned the first-ever vacuum purging semi-continuous Active Only CAB furnace for a North American automotive aftermarket manufacturer.
March 29, 2019Lindberg MPH, Riverside, Mich., announces that it has designed a melting and holding furnace with an aluminum melt rate of 3000 pounds per hour and the capacity to hold up to 40,000 pounds of aluminum.