Gasbarre strengthens rebranding initiative

January 16, 2019

January 16, 2019

Gasbarre strengthens rebranding initiative

Gasbarre’s hydraulic presses offer capacities from 15 tons to 1,200 tons for carbides, powder metals and other particulate material industries


Gasbarre Products, Inc., DuBois, Pennsylvania, USA, has launched a new and updated website as part of its rebranding initiative, which aims to align the brand more closely with the end users of its products. Further, the company has now categorised its product offering into three core business units: Powder Compaction Solutions, Thermal Processing Systems and Manufacturing Technologies.

Powder Compaction Solutions consists of all product areas related to compaction presses, press automation, precision tooling and other related powder feeding solutions. Gasbarre’s press offering includes uniaxial Mechanical (Gasbarre & PTX-Pentronix), Hydraulic, Electric, and Cold Isostatic Presses (Simac).

Thermal Processing Systems, the company’s largest product group, offers Belt and Pusher Sintering Furnaces (Sinterite), Continuous and Batch Vacuum Furnaces (C.I. Hayes) and Industrial Furnace Systems (Gasbarre Industrial Furnace Systems). The company has also announced that it will no longer be using the brand name J.L. Becker and has moved instead to Gasbarre Industrial Furnace Systems (Gasbarre IFS).

Manufacturing Technologies provides Manufacturing and Fabrication, Mechanical and Electrical Assembly, and Design Services to a wide range of industries. With 200,000 ft2 of manufacturing space and state-of-the-art equipment, this segment draws on Gasbarre’s manufacturing knowledge and experience to support industries seeking an OEM to manufacture their equipment.

In the coming months, Gasbarre stated that it will also be launching its Field Service Cloud and InSight Equipment Networking Software. These systems will provide Gasbarre customers access to cloud-based asset management and service scheduling on-demand, as well as OEE, alerts and status tracking to optimise their operations.

January 16, 2019

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