Saturday, February 27, 2021

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COMPANY PROFILE

BriskHeat

Customers are often lauded as the driving force of a company, and that important business focal point is certainly no exception to BriskHeat. But...

HOT SEAT

Heat treatment of aluminum, Part V

After quenching and any straightening, the supersaturated solid solution of aluminum wants to reach equilibrium. It does this through the process of precipitation hardening....

METAL URGENCY

Accounting for carbon rejection can head off trouble

The heat treatment of steel alloys is required in almost every industry to acquire the necessary properties for a material given a particular application....

CERAMICS WORKS

Tailoring advanced ceramics to meet niche properties

Ceramics are traditionally described as inorganic, nonmetallic solids that are prepared from powdered raw materials and fabricated into products through the application of heat....

QUALITY COUNTS

When different processes co-exist

I’m a quality director at Byington Steel Treating, Inc. (BST). We are a commercial heat-treat shop with accreditation to perform NADCAP/AMS (aerospace) processes. Similar...

Q&A

Q&A with John Niggle

What’s a typical week like for you at Pelican Wire? Pelican is a custom wire manufacturer, and for that reason, it is a little difficult to describe a typical week succinctly. To begin with, every...

Ambrell has been all about induction heating since 1986

Established in 1986, the Rochester, New York-based IHEA member manufactures a range of induction heating solutions. The company has steadily grown from a small...

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