Auto components maker purchases series of Ipsen Furnaces

April 30, 2020

Ipsen’s TITAN range is available in several sizes with horizontal or vertical configurations, nitrogen or argon quench, and graphite or all-metal hot zone (Courtesy Ipsen USA)

Ipsen USA, Cherry Valley, Illinois, has received an order for two TITAN® H6 2-bar vacuum furnaces this week from what it describes as a rapidly emerging global automotive component manufacturer, with locations in the United States and Asia.  

“Despite general market conditions at the present time, we are seeing many forward-looking manufacturers continuing to invest in efficient, high-performance systems for the future,” stated Patrick McKenna, Ipsen USA’s President and CEO.

The customer placed this order as part of a series of orders for eight furnaces, all provided by Ipsen, over the last two years. Ipsen’s TITAN was said to be the customer’s preferred choice due to its process flexibility and ease of installation, as well as the regional support provided by Ipsen’s sales and service teams in both the USA and Asia. 

www.ipsenusa.com 

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