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March/April 2018

Finding leaks in an atmosphere furnace

Visual inspection, routine preventative maintenance of atmosphere furnaces is critical to maintaining safety, efficiency

Q&A with Joe Ugalde

Business Marketing Analyst with TE Wire & Cable, LLC

Thermcraft Incorporated

With products ranging from quick-ship designs to fully customized solutions, Thermcraft Incorporated is an international leading manufacturer of high-quality thermal processing equipment.

Benefits of graphite and C/C fixturing

More heat-treating engineers are making the switch to graphite fixturing using carbon composite materials.

Temperature and accuracy

Three basic steps that can help in selecting the right thermocouple wire.

Noise in instrumentation circuits

How to control and understand “noise,” as well as installation considerations.

Case Depth Determination

Methodology to ensure design intent is satisfied

Some things old can be new again

Why heat-treating furnaces look the way they do

Solar Atmospheres of California facility expansion complete

Solar Atmospheres of California (SCA) is pleased to announce the completion of its most recent facility expansion. The new expansion allows SCA to double...

25 Years of MVD treatment on thermowells

Thermocouple Technology in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, is celebrating 25 years of the product MVD Tungsten Carbide Treatment for thermowells, protection tubes, and other critical components. The...

Bodycote Swedish site earns Nadcap HIP accreditation

Bodycote, the world’s largest provider of heat-treatment and specialist thermal processing services, is pleased to announce that its Surahammar, Sweden, Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP)...

Ipsen USA finishes fourth quarter of  2017 strong

With a strong fourth-quarter finish, Ipsen USA continues to provide heat-treating solutions to customers worldwide. Recently, 15 furnaces shipped to eight states in the...

Ipsen builds custom furnace that quenches with 1,000 HP

Ipsen recently designed and built a vertical, high-pressure quenching furnace, complete with twin cooling systems and a work volume of 350 cubic feet. During...

Seco/Vacuum is defense industry technology provider

Seco/Vacuum Technologies (SVT), a Seco/Warwick Group company, has secured orders for two vacuum brazing furnace systems from two separate North American defense contractors. The...

350°F electrically heated cabinet oven from Grieve

Grieve Corporation oven No. 890 is a 350°F (177°C), electrically heated cabinet oven, currently used for heating tubular aluminum parts at the customer’s facility. ...

New year, new services added to Solar Atmospheres

Solar Atmospheres of Western PA has expanded its wings by adding another type of mechanical testing to its repertoire: tensile testing. Tensile tests are...

Continued year-over-year growth for Lindberg/MPH in 2017

Lindberg/MPH has experienced steady growth year after year, and 2017 was no exception. At the beginning of the year, Lindberg/MPH invested in the future...

Wisconsin Oven ships quench system to aluminum supplier

Wisconsin Oven Corporation shipped two electrically heated standard horizontal quench systems to an aluminum manufacturer. The systems are designed for the solution treatment of...

Seco/Warwick goes with Microsoft cloud

Seco/Warwick, a global leader in metal heat-processing solutions, goes digital with the cloud-based Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations system. The management chose...

AMS2750E as it applies to Nadcap

Thorough knowledge of AMS2750E will speed implementation of new standard as it applies to NADCAP requirements