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In addition to heat treat furnaces, Lindberg/ MPH designs and manufactures a full line of melting and holding furnaces for non-ferrous alloys.
Heat Treat is also seeking to carry out further research into the system's effectiveness against viruses such as salmonella and bird flu--which are both known to thrive in cooler conditions.
Overall capacity of the Calgary heat treat plant will increase by more than 70% annually.
We have timed the product prebooking fulfillment date for fourth quarter 2002 to allow category managers ample time to work Heat Treat Foot Care insoles into their planograms prior to a full product launch in 2003," Saunders says.
Heat treat involves heating and cooling material to give it certain physical characteristics.
Castings placed into the heat treat furnace lumped into a basket will not all receive the same amount of heat, and the ones in the middle may not reach appropriate temperature as quickly as those on the outer edges.
The heat treat process results in an unavoidable size increase in tool steels due to the changes in microstructure.
Special care needed to heat treat today's new-generation materials.
A new cost-effective technology to heat treat ferrous materials promises higher quality, reduced cycle times, and more applications than other comparable methods.
In addition to the company s full range of industrial gases, equipment, and technology solutions for the metals processing industry, Air Products will share some of its latest research, which can help metals processors increase production and improve product quality, at the Heat Treat 2013 Conference and Exposition in Indianapolis, Ind.
Marys, Ohio, is in the process of installing in-house heat treat capacity that it hopes to have online by mid-December.