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- Sintering/Powder Metallurgy
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July's issue of Industrial Heating features a look into the changes that are coming to EMF Regulators, as well as a story detailing the Houston Heat Treat.
This is a difficult topic to address. I’ve been down the road with the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) and understand arbitrary controls that bureaucrats can define and enforce.
The Internet is a wonderful place, full of invaluable information available, literally, at our fingertips. Did you ever wonder, however, how much of the information you’re viewing is truly accurate?
Heat-treating processes can be energy-intensive. Whether we are talking about energy in terms of cost reduction, supply reliability or anything else, the answer either involves using less per ton of product or getting more for the dollar spent.
While considering the next Now You Know topic, it seemed like we had already covered “everything but the kitchen sink.” So, naturally, the kitchen sink was the obvious choice for this month.
Established in 2007, Houston Heat Treat is a full-service heat treater based in Houston, Texas. Family-owned and operated, the company resides in a 17,000-square-foot facility designed and tailored specifically for metal treating.