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June 19, 2018The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) , Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., announces that its researchers have developed a novel, structurally-stable, aluminum-base nanogalvanic alloy powder that reacts with water to produce hydrogen on-demand without a catalyst.
June 18, 2018Advanced Heat Treat Corp. (AHT), Waterloo, Iowa, has officially broken ground on a new 15,000 square foot expansion at its corporate headquarters.
June 18, 2018Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy, Mich., has manufactured a natural-gas-fired enhanced-duty walk-in oven for a transportation technology company that heat treats baskets of aluminum parts.
June 18, 2018Air Products, Lehigh Valley, Pa., introduces its new gas-density sensor, which is designed to measure hydrogen concentration in sintering furnaces in which a nitrogen-hydrogen blend serves as the hot-zone atmosphere.
June 18, 2018JW Aluminum, Mount Holly, S.C., has started construction of a new 220,000-square-foot building at its flat-rolled aluminum plant, which will feature a Hazelett twin-belt continuous casting machine.
June 13, 2018Pennsylvania State University, University Park, announces that its researchers have received more than $535,000 to install a state-of-the-art “super-finishing lab” for 3D-printed metal parts.
June 13, 2018Bruker, Billerica, Mass., has launched f the Skyscan 2214, a multiscale X-ray nano-computed-tomography system with a unique X-ray source and detector geometry that generates sharper images with excellent precision.
June 13, 2018Defense TechLink, Bozeman, Montana, reports that the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory at Eglin AFB in Florida has developed USAF-96 Steel, a low-alloy steel that has demonstrated strength and toughness at −40°C even in sections up to four inches thick.
June 13, 2018United States Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, announces that it will restart the second of two blast furnaces (‘A’) blast furnace) at its Granite City Works, an integrated steelmaking plant in Granite City, Ill.