Four VFS heat treating systems are being delivered to aerospace and military suppliers in Washington, Ohio, North Carolina and South Carolina.
The new loading system from Ipsen contains unrestricted length or load weight and jackscrew mechanisms that gently raise and lower loads onto the hearth to avoid any potential damage.
A three-day course at Ipsen U allows attendees to ask questions about specific equipment and processes, as well as learn directly from experts in a casual, open-forum environment for those wanting to expand their thermal-processing knowledge base and for first-time furnace buyers.
Orders include 27 hot zones, 37 controls upgrades and 23 mechanical retrofits for several Ipsen customers, both domestically and internationally.
In addition to heat treatment, the new Lucifer HL7-P36 furnace can be used in casting and forging processes. This flexibility will make the new furnace a valuable asset to students both in and out of the engineering majors.
Featuring four insulated walls and an aluminized steel exterior with a 2B finish stainless steel interior, the No. 978 universal oven from Grieve is perfect for any machine shop operation.
The No. 910 walk-in oven from Grieve has a 6 in insulated oven floor with truck wheel guide tracks and an 8,000 lb capacity flatbed loading truck that can be furnished with the oven.
Hammond will use the Model 3027-K12 furnace for the development of PZT powders that serve the battery, ceramics and glass industries.