Mark Saline appointed General Manager of Sinterite and C.I. Hayes

March 17, 2015

March 17, 2015

Mark Saline has been appointed General Manager of US based Sinterite and C.I. Hayes, the furnace manufacturing companies within the Gasbarre Furnace Group. Saline brings almost 30 years of technical and business experience in the Powder Metallurgy industry to the group. He has degrees from Penn State in Materials Engineering and Business and has worked with all aspects of the manufacturing process from production floor to sales, engineering and management positions.

Sinterite, located in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, designs, manufactures and services custom continuous belt and batch furnaces for sintering, steam treating, annealing, brazing and heat treating applications. The company also produces a range of alloy and ceramic muffles, powder-handling equipment, custom fabrications and the HyperCooler sinter-hardening system.

Located in Cranston, Rhode Island, C. I. Hayes offers a full line of vacuum and atmosphere furnaces capable of temperatures up to 3000 F. The company’s atmosphere range includes belt, pusher and walking-beam furnaces. Single chamber and modular furnaces for batch and continuous production are included in the vacuum range. Modular vacuum furnaces feature isolated heating and quenching chambers. Endothermic, exothermic, and DA generators are also available. 

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