Delta H Technologies will invest more than $300,000 in equipment and add 11 new jobs at its facility in Carroll, Ohio. Delta H Technologies manufactures industrial furnaces and heat-treatment ovens for the aerospace industry. The 11 new jobs will double the company’s current workforce. Fairfield County provided a $20,000 Workforce Development Training Grant to help with new-employee training, and JobsOhio provided a $50,000 performance grant toward the purchase of new machinery.
Lindberg/MPH shipped an industrial box furnace to the technology industry, where it will be used for multiple applications, including annealing, austempering, brazing, preheating and solution treating. The Treet-All furnace, which has a maximum temperature rating of 2050°F, has work-chamber dimensions of 12 inches wide x 24 inches deep x 12 inches high. It meets and exceeds industry standards for heat-up rates and outer shell temperatures.
JGEF Furnace installed a series of gas nitriding and tempering furnaces at a commercial heat-treatment company specializing in mold and die steel heat treatment. The horizontal gas nitriding furnace can produce a hard, clean substrate onto which a duplex layer with high hardness values is deposited. The working size of the furnace is 35.5 inches wide x 35.5 inches high x 47 inches long. The charge support design is suitable for a 3,307-pound maximum load.
Gasbarre Products Inc. (Gasbarre) launched a new website, www.gasbarre.com, with updated branding. As part of the rebranding initiative, and to more closely align with the end users of its products, Gasbarre has categorized its product offering into three business units: Powder Compaction Solutions, Thermal Processing Systems and Manufacturing Technologies.
In multiple-burner installations on industrial ovens and furnaces, pulse-firing techniques can improve temperature uniformity, reduce emissions and cut overall fuel costs. Is it right for your process?
Canadian commercial heat treater Thermetco expanded its heat-treatment production capability with the purchase of an AFC-Holcroft UBQ (universal batch quench) furnace and a UBT (universal batch temper) furnace. The equipment, which was delivered in the first quarter of 2018, was installed and commissioned at Thermetco’s new manufacturing facility in Chateauguay, Quebec. The furnaces will be used for general heat treating and offer the capability of providing metallurgical processes such as carburizing, carbonitriding, annealing, tempering and stress relieving.
Dowa Thermotech Co. Ltd., a global manufacturer of industrial furnaces and provider of heat-treatment services, will open a new facility in Lee County, N.C. The company will invest $22.5 million in Sanford with plans to serve clients in the automotive and industrial machinery markets. The investment will create 109 jobs.