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ALD Vacuum Technologies, Inc. - East Windsor, CT
Manufacturer, Service Company
Manufacturer of vacuum arc remelting furnaces. Specifications of furnaces include 1,500 mm ingot dia., 50 ton ingot weight, vacuum range up to 1,000 Pa & remelting current up to 40 kA. Arc melting furnaces are available with stable or free-standing gantry design, electrode feed drives, furnace chambers, cables, electrode ram, water jackets, vacuum suction ports & load cell systems. Furnaces are suitable for rocket booster rings, high pressure tubes, ball-bearing steels, milling cutters, drill bits & die steels. Industries served include aerospace, power generation, defense, medical & nuclear.
Consolidated Engineering Co. - Kennesaw, GA
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer
Custom manufacturer of batch furnaces for melting metals. Arc melting, brass melting, chip melting, copper melting, induction melting, lead melting, levitation melting, magnesium melting & silver melting furnaces are available. Furnaces are available for annealing, normalizing, stress relieving, homogenizing, preheating & reheating applications.
Brand Names: CleanCast
Inductotherm Corp. - Rancocas, NJ
Manufacturer, Service Company
Manufacturer of induction furnaces for foundries & melt shops including heavy steel shell furnaces for large foundries & applications, medium-sized induction furnaces designed for smaller- to mid-sized applications, & a variety of smaller induction furnaces for investment casting, specialty foundries & the precious metals industry. Coreless furnaces, channel furnaces, crucible furnaces, & direct electric heat furnaces for all sizes of molten metal needs. From small capacity, precision casting operations to large induction melting. Heavy steel shell furnaces for use with backslagging features, push-out lining systems, weigh frames, pit guards & can be retrofitted with a variety of fume collectors & hoods to comply with air pollution requirements, such as MACT standards. Wide-bodied steel shell furnaces with larger bath diameter & furnace opening to allow foundries to use larger, bulkier charge materials. Small steel shell furnace is for small to medium-sized applications. Dura-Line® coreless induction furnace for medium-sized installations, rugged use & high-power density melting. Double-trunnion, hydraulic tilt. Dura-Line® furnaces with two separate pivot axes for a smooth & controlled pouring action. Mini-Melt® furnaces manufactured to for investment casters, specialty foundries & the precious metals industry. Rollover furnaces for high-end investment castings. Charge size can be accurately controlled & molds filled completely due to the added force obtained during rollover.
Brand Names: Acutrak, Dura-Line, Galvalume, Inducto-Flex, Meltminder, Mini-Melt, VIP, Visipour
Consarc - Rancocas, NJ
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer
Manufacturer of standard and custom arc melting including vacuum arc remelting furnaces. Types of vacuum arc remelting (VAR) furnaces include speciality steels and superalloys processing furnaces and reactive furnaces. Features include melt uniformity by coaxial design, X-Y axis electrode positioning, precision melt control via load cells and reactor and thyristor based power supply. Available in 24 in., 28 in., 36 in. and 42 in. sizes. Vacuum arc remelting furnaces have production capacities up to 30000 kg. ingot weights.
Brand Names: Consarc
GT Advanced Technologies (formerly Thermal Technology LLC) - Santa Rosa, CA
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer, Service Company
Custom manufacturer of vacuum furnaces for arc melting applications. Specifications of furnaces s include temperature up to 3000 degrees C, stinger tip & arc starter of size 1/4 in., aluminum base plate of size 47 cm & weight of 45 lbs. Features include water-cooled stainless steel bell jar, evacuation kit, inert gas kit, power cables, power supply & base cabinet. Applications include use in arc casting, annealing & metallic & non-metallic buttons.
Centorr/Vacuum Industries, Inc. - Nashua, NH
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer, Service Company
Custom manufacturer of arc melting furnaces. Arc melting furnaces include 400 A current, 80/40 VDC voltage & 1 cu.ft./hour to 5 cu.ft./hour argon & helium shielding gases, 9 1/2 in. D x 11 1/2 in. H stainless steel water-jacketed bell jars, 1/4 in.dia. tungsten tips & arc starter, 18.5 in.dia. aluminum bases, 12 in. W x 8 in. D x 17 in. H furnace size & temperature ranges up to 3500 degree C, chamber walls, clamps & stainless steel bellows, metallic & non-metallic buttons. Arc melting furnaces consists of various hearth configurations, optional pressure control & frequency arc starter. Power supply, turn key, vacuum pumping, gas & evacuation systems, temperature control instrumentation, chamber & furnace mounting assembly & integrated PC & PLC based controllers are also available. Capabilities include arc casting, powder melting, material densification & compound synthesis. Furnaces are suitable for laboratory & ceramic applications.
Son-Li Electric and Machinery Co., LTD - Arcadia, CA
Manufacturer of arc melting furnaces.
Allied Mineral Products, Inc. - Columbus, OH
Manufacturer, Custom Manufacturer
ISO9001:2000 certified manufacturer of high temperature monolithic refractory ceramics & precast refractory shapes including products designed specifically for arc melting.
Tyler Griffin Co. - Paoli, PA
Custom Manufacturer, Service Company
Distributor & rep. of ovens, furnaces, pharmaceutical equip., photoelectric controls, corrosion control, transducers, gages, oxygen & gas sensors testing equip., ind., vacuums & pressure washers.
Brand Names: Grieve
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