H.C. Starck promotes its furnace technology at ASM Heat Treating Society conference

November 1, 2011

November 1, 2011

At the 26th ASM Heat Treating Society Conference and Exposition, this year held in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, H.C. Starck exhibited its range of materials suitable for demanding furnace applications.  

Heat treating in clean environments requires furnace components produced from advanced materials with the highest melting points and purity levels. H.C. Starck state that its expertise in high tech materials such as molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum, and their alloys including La-doped molybdenum and TZM, addresses market demands to increase efficiency and reduce the cost of clean technology.

“The industrial furnace market offers some interesting growth opportunities to H.C. Starck,” stated Dmitry Shashkov, President and CEO of H.C. Starck’s Fabricated Products Division.  “We are excited to work with furnace makers on their next-generation designs,” he added.

The company’s technology focuses on high temperature furnaces including premium quality commercial, laboratory, and production furnaces. Example applications include the heat treating of large aerospace parts in vacuum furnaces, or brazing high volume production parts through controlled atmosphere furnaces, along with the annealing of medical and aerospace products to critical specifications.

H.C. Starck also has a number of free brochures available on its website, “High Temperature Solutions for Furnace Operations and Repair” and “Creating Solutions for Future Heat Treat Technologies” can be downloaded from www.hcstarck.com 

Edited by: Paul Whittaker, Editor ipmd.net, [email protected]   

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