Saturday, March 28, 2020

Q&A with Greg Jennings

What’s a typical day like for you at Wisconsin Oven? My typical day is quite a bit of fun. I’ve got three kids, and it’s...

Q&A with Chris Stevens

What’s a typical day like for you at Dalton Electric? It starts and ends with our customers. Our value proposition to our Dalton users is...

Q&A with Justin Sims

Who is Dante Solutions, and what do you do with the company? Dante Solutions is an engineering company with a main focus on improving heat...

QA with Raymond Daniel Noble

What are your duties with Noble Industrial Furnace? What is your typical day? My duties include, but are not limited to, oversight of design and...

Q&A with Jeff Marshall

What does MHV do for the heat-treat industry? We make our customers more competitive, which is good both for the customers and for the industry...

Q&A with Heat Treat 2019 attendees

HEAT TREAT 2019, is scheduled to hit Detroit, Michigan, October 15–17. The show will bring thousands of industry experts and insiders to the motor...

Q&A with David Wolff

What’s a typical day like for you at Nel Hydrogen? I’m in field sales and work with customers to make sure their process needs that...

Q&A with Adam Jacobson

What’s a typical day like for you at JN Machinery? We’re a small company, so, it really depends on what’s going on as far as...

Q&A with Steve Mueller

What does Praxair do for the heat-treat industry? Praxair produces and sells industrial gases, such as nitrogen, argon, hydrogen, and helium. Our main focus for...

Q&A with Eric Ford

What does Graphite Metallizing Corporation do for the heat-treat industry? Graphite Metallizing Corporation makes a product called Graphalloy. It’s basically a graphite/metal alloy, that we...

Q&A with Matthias Pascher

What is your role at Buehler? I am the product manager for our hardness testing equipment within Buehler. Buehler is a global supplier of apparatus for...

Q&A with Roseanne Brunello

What do you and Mountain Rep do for the heat-treat industry? Mountain Rep is a manufacturing rep firm that has been in business for 35...

Q&A with Mike Paponetti

You were recently promoted to Southeast Sales Manager. How does this new position differ from your previous one? In the last position, I was a...

Q&A with Guido Locatelli

Tell us about your company. The company was established in 1984 near Milan, Italy, in the city of Caravaggio, and since its inception the headquarters...

Q&A with Max Dubin

What’s a typical day like for you at Across International? As sales development, I act as the intersection between the products our engineers design, our...

Q&A with Raymond Daniel Noble

What are your duties with Noble Industrial Furnace? What is your typical day? My duties include, but are not limited to, oversight of design and...

Q&A with Bob Fouquette

Chief Engineer with Custom Electric Manufacturing Co.

Q&A with Richard Slattery

Vice President, Engineering with Capstan Atlantic

Q&A with Joe Ugalde

Business Marketing Analyst with TE Wire & Cable, LLC

Q&A with Rick Diekman

Owner and President of Controlled Thermal Processing, Inc.

Q&A with David Strand

President and CEO, Wisconsin Oven Corporation and Thermal Product Solutions

Q&A with Don Selmi

What is Premier’s mission? To provide heat-treating systems that are dependable as well as innovative, with performance-proven technology that will enhance the physical properties and...

Q&A with Daniel Reardon

What is Abbott Furnace's mission? Our mission is to be the market leader in the design, production, and service of continuous process industrial furnaces. And...

Q&A with Aziz Jamaluddin

What is Epcon? Epcon is a full-service organization, starting with front-end business development/marketing, sales and application engineering, through complete in-house engineering, design, and drafting —...

Q&A with Joe Stambaugh

Pease tell us a little about your background and company. My education was in electromechanical technologies. I have spent my 40-year career working in the...

Q&A with Bill St. Thomas

Please tell us a little about your background. I started in the heat treating industry back in the late 1960s working for one of my...

Q&A with Andrew Bassett

How did ATP get started? During the early 1990s, the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap) began embracing all special processes, and we...

Q&A with George Barbour

Please tell us a little about Heavy Carbon Co. The company began in 1995 as an idea for carburizing steel at a cleaner, faster rate...

Q&A with Bill Stuehr

Please tell us how Induction Tooling began. In 1975, I was working as a process design engineer with a local commercial heat treating company. Several...

Q&A with Dennis Beauchesne

When was vacuum carburizing introduced? The process has been around since the 1960s. Vacuum carburizing enables more precise control of case depth and microstructure than...

Q&A with Brian Russell

Q: Tell me a little about the history of Dry Coolers, Inc. We started in 1985 to provide cooling water solutions for heat treating equipment—for...

Q&A with Bob Wells

What are some factors one should consider in cryogenic processing of gears? First off, what is the size I need? Secondly, how do I want...

Q&A with Jim Litzinger

Your company, Orton, offers TempTabs, some pretty ingenious technology for monitoring temperature throughout a furnace. How did the idea come about? Our founder, Edward Orton...

Q&A with Tom Ott

Most people don’t associate hardness testing with heat treatment, but it’s very relevant. You say there are a number of products that are really...

Q&A with Keith Boeckenhauer

What is your background? I have an engineering degree from the University of Missouri and I’ve been with Seco/Warwick since 1984, working in sales, engineering,...
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