inductotherm

in·duc·to·therm

(in-dŭk'tō-therm),
The apparatus used in inductothermy.
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Inductotherm (Rancocas, New Jersey) showed off IRIS (Inductotherm Refractory Imaging System) technology, which is a digital furnace lining monitoring system.
T&H Lemont, which is one of the forty companies making up the Inductotherm Group, provides a variety of components and services to the tube, pipe and roll-forming industries.
29 March 2012 - Austrian technology group Andritz Ag (ETR:AZ2) on Thursday said it had taken over US furnace specialist Bricmont Inc from Inductotherm Group for an undisclosed price.
The buzz in the steel industry is apparent in the turnout of turn-key suppliers of rolling mills like AR Engineering, furnace manufacturers like Inductotherm, Wesman and MIT Australia and refractory manufacturers like Cumi and Capital Refractories, said the organisers.
Advised by Hutchings & Thomas, Collingbourne Properties has acquired a 90,175 sq ft industrial unit premises from Inductotherm Group Europe in a deal brokered with Cooke & Arkwright.
Kingswinford-based Alcomet, Erdington firm Valor Fires, Coventry-based ScriptSwitch and Alumet Systems and GreenMech based in Warwickshire A further eight win awards for international trade - Halesowen-based Thompson Friction Welding, Systemcare Products, from Walsall, Telford manufacturer VA Technology, Malvernbased Pulsar Process Measurement, ETL Systems, of Herefordshire, Droitwich firm Inductotherm Europe and JCB's earthmovers and heavy products businesses, in Staffordshire.
plant with Consarc, a manufacturer of vacuum furnaces and another unit of the 50-company Inductotherm.
Burris had been owned by Inductotherm Industries Inc.
Department of Revenue Services.(60) In Thermatool, a corporation, Industries, had two wholly owned subsidiaries: Thermatool 1 and Inductotherm. Thermatool 1 had NOLs.
Inductotherm Industries purchased Sonobond in 1988.
With around 50% of participants coming from outside Germany and around 300 exhibitors, THERMPROCESS will feature companies including Ajax Tocco Magnethermic GmbH (Germany), Andritz Marz GmbH (Germany), Electrotherm (India), Honeywell Thermal Solutions--Elster GmbH (Germany), Inductotherm Europe Ltd (UK), ITG Induktionsanlagen GmbH (Germany) and Seco/ Warwick Europe (Poland), which will display technological trends surrounding industrial ovens, industrial heat generation plants and thermal processes for precious metals, carbides, ceramics, steel and iron as well as in the field of components and equipment and processing and auxiliary materials.
It's been well established that you can depend on Inductotherm equipment to have the fastest melt rates from cold charge to pour--and have that equipment last.