We are proud to work with leading manufacturers of specialized furnaces such as The Grieve Corporation, CM Furnaces, Centorr Vacuum Industries, EFD Induction, PSH Manufacturing and SecoWarwick.

Centorr / Vacuum Industries

centorr_logoCentorr/Vacuum Industries manufacturing facilities have been repeatedly expanded and now include a group of integrated shops staffed and equipped for machining, metal forming, fabricating, electro-mechanical assembling, and operational testing of complete furnace and related processing systems. Centorr/Vacuum Industries Applied Technology Center is staffed with a graduate ceramic engineer and technician. The lab is equipped with five high-temperature furnaces, and various metallographic support equipment to permit analysis and evaluation of a client’s process requirements.
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CM Furnaces

CMFurnaces_logoThe company was founded in 1946 by Seth Combs and James Murphy. The main product line at the time was refractory metal coils (molybdenum and tungsten) used in the lighting and the electronics industry. CM began manufacturing furnaces in order to produce the coils and over time the manufacture of high temperature laboratory and production furnaces became CM’s primary product. The fabrication of refractory metal coils remains a department within the company.
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EFD Induction

EFD-logoThe roots of EFD Induction go back to the launch in 1950 of a universal induction hardening machine by the German companyInduktionserwärmung Fritz Düsseldorf GmbH (FDF). Today, EFD Induction is Europe’s largest supplier of induction solutions for industry (we’re number two worldwide, but we aim to change that!).
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The Grieve Corporation

grieve_logoGrieve Corporation started out in 1949 with one goal in mind…to create a line of industrial heat processing equipment their customers could believe in. Today, while much at Grieve has changed, their commitment to that goal is steadfast.
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PSH Manufacturing

PSH-LogoPSH designs, builds and services industrial kilns marketed under the name “PSH Kilns & Furnaces” and provides rebuild and renovation service to existing industrial furnaces. PSH has been successful in responding to a wide range of heat process requirements in industry, some far removed from traditional ceramics.
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SECOWARWICK

secwarwick_logoEstablished in 1958, with roots going back 100 years, SECO/WARWICK has experienced exponential growth by following a strategy of delivering high performance equipment while continuing to invest in new technologies for heat treating processes. SECO/WARWICK has grown by creating a global network of professionals, each contributing their expertise in engineering, manufacturing and research & development.
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