ThermTech expands existing Ipsen atmosphere furnace line

June 28, 2017

ThermTech, based in Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA, has extended its range of heat treating services with the purchase of an additional ATLAS integral quench batch furnace from Ipsen. ThermTech will use the ATLAS for carburising, carbonitriding and neutral hardening while supporting business from the Oil & Gas and Heavy Equipment industries.

ThermTech is a commercial heat-treating company that offers a wide range of heat-treating services in support of a diverse customer and manufacturing base.

“We have worked with several major providers of heat treatment equipment, but Ipsen is among the best for providing support after equipment is purchased,” stated Mary Springer, Vice President of ThermTech. Supported by Ipsen’s global ICS (Ipsen Customer Service) Team, ThermTech has received installation and startup assistance, as well as dedicated local support for any of their equipment, regardless of the manufacturer.

Ipsen is able to offer companies significant time savings with reduced lead time on the ATLAS, one of their modular platforms. Being able to receive the furnace in a short timeframe was said to be an important factor for ThermTech.

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