Ipsen shipped three different vacuum furnaces to three separate aerospace manufacturers. Ipsen shipped two of the heat-treating vacuum furnaces to Texas, and shipped the third furnace to the United Arab Emirates. While all of these furnaces will be used to process parts for the Aerospace industry, they varied in size and model, as well as the type of parts they will produce. For example, a TITAN® H4 with 2-bar absolute pressure will be used to process parts for gas turbines. This specific furnace features a 24-inch x 28-inch x 48-inch all-metal hot zone with a 2,000-pound load capacity.

A horizontal TurboTreater® with 6-bar partial pressure will be used to process fasteners. This specific furnace features a 36-inch x 36-inch x 48-inch all-metal hot zone with a 3,000-pound load capacity. It operates at temperatures of 1000-2400°F (538-1316°C) with ±5°F (±3°C). A horizontal MetalMaster® with 2-bar partial pressure will be used to process engine parts. This specific furnace features a 24-inch x 24-inch x 40-inch all-metal hot zone with a 1,500-pound load capacity. It operates at temperatures of 1000-2200°F (538-1204°C) with ±10°F (±5°C) temperature uniformity.