Industrial Heating Magazine, in cooperation with the Metal Treating Institute (MTI), has awarded the fifth annual Master Craftsman Award to Jasco Heat Treating, Fairport, NY. The award is based on contributions made by each applicant company in the areas of quality programs, pollution/hazardous waste control, and community involvement. Bryan Jageman, sales and marketing director for Jasco Heat Treating, accepted the award during Furnaces North America held in Orlando, Florida, March 30-31, 2000. The recipient is awarded a plaque and $1500 to be used as an education scholarship in material sciences or heat treating. Since the award's establishment in 1995, Industrial Heating has invested a total of $7,500 in training and education through MTI member companies and the Master Craftsman Award. Judges for the event were: Tom Benoit, Flame Treating & Engineering Company; Bruce Boardman, Deere & Company; Jim Beingessner, B&W Heat Treating; David C. Van Aken, University of Missouri-Rolla and Engineering Concepts columnist for Industrial Heating; and Nick Zingale, Affinity Environmental Group Inc. and Environmental Analysis columnist for Industrial Heating. Jasco Heat Treating, Inc. was founded in 1978 and is a member of the Jasco Tools Family. They are QS 9000/ISO 9001 Certified and NADCAP Accredited. In addition, the company is an approved supplier for Pratt-Whitney, Boeing, Honeywell/ Allied Signal, Rolls Royce, Xerox, General Electric, Martin Marietta, McDonnell Douglas, MRC Bearings and SKF Bearings.