Heating Equipment (21)
Suppliers of manufacturing-line heating systems and related equipment.
Aichelin Heat Treatment Systems, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of furnaces and related heat treating equipment.
Ajax Tocco Magnethermic® Corporation in Albertville, Alabama.
A provider of induction heating equipment solutions.
Ajax Tocco Magnethermic® Corporation in Warren, Ohio.
A provider of induction melting, heating and heat treating equipment for the melting of ferrous and nonferrous metals, heating for forging, mill processes, coating and the heat treatment of steel. Applications include induction galvannealing of steel strip for automotive body panels and billet heating for forging. Melting applications include metal castings such as investment casting; foundry applications both ferrous and nonferrous materials; mill applications such as making bars or billets; and systems to melt and coat strip for galvanizing. Heat treating applications include static and progressive heating for surface hardening of axles, camshafts, wheel bearings, pipe and mill rolls.
ALD Vacuum Systems, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures heat treating vacuum furnace systems.
ALD Vacuum Technologies, Inc. in East Windsor, Connecticut.
A supplier of furnaces and vacuum metallurgical equipment.
Atmo-Seal Engineering, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive emmissions and diesel emissions sampling equipment. Products include heated hose & heated sample lines, heated filters, heated pumps, heated valves, custom ovens, custom blankets, temperature controllers, sample probes, sample dryers, etc.
Autoneum North America, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of noise control and thermal insulation systems. Products include dampers, acoustic systems, interior trim, and thermal management systems.
CAN-ENG Furnaces International Limited in Niagara Falls, Ontario.
A supplier of thermal processing equipment for ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
Consolidated Engineering Company in Kennesaw, Georgia.
A supplier of heat processing systems. Specializes in aluminum heat treatment systems.
Dalton Electric Heating Company, Inc. in Ipswich, Massachusetts.
A supplier of automotive process heaters, watt-flex heaters, cartridge heaters, split sheath and high performance insertion heaters, diff-therm heaters, and diffusion pump heaters.
Davron Technologies, Inc. in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Davron specializes in custom ovens and process equipment solutions for Tier 1 automotive companies. Provides turnkey design and system integration. Products include conveyor ovens, inert atmosphere ovens, vertical ovens, batch ovens, indexing ovens, specialty custom ovens, conveyors, material handling equipment, etc. Davron equipment is used in the manufacturing of interior components, friction material, engine components, and many other applications.
DISA Industries, Inc. in Oswego, Illinois.
A supplier of foundry equipment and metal surface finishing systems. Products include molding lines, core shooters and shot blast equipment.
EFD Induction, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
Provide sales, engineering, service and spare parts support for induction heating equipment. Applications include adhesive curing, annealing, hardening, brazing and welding.
HIX Corporation in Pittsburg, Kansas.
A manufacturer of industrial ovens and dryers utilizing infrared, infra-air, and gas and electric hot air convection.
Inductoheat®, Inc. in Madison Heights, Michigan.
Provides induction heating equipment for case hardening, tempering, annealing, bonding, brazing, strip/slab heating, galvannealing, etc.
Nemeth Engineering Associates, Inc. in Crestwood, Kentucky.
Designs and manufactures radio frequency/dielectric heating equipment used for bonding, curling, drying, embossing, heat sealing, joining, preheating, sintering, and welding dielectric materials. Applications include interior doors, door panels and visors, attaching heel pads to carpet, assembling hoods, body panels and lights, gluing wood, preheating plastic resins prior to molding or pultrusion, curing and assembling composites, and drying both coatings and insulating materials such as ceramics, paper or wood and assembling hard glass backlights in convertibles. Facilities include an applications laboratory.
Spencer Forge & Manufacturing Company in Spencer, Ohio.
An upset forging company. Machining services include turning, grinding, milling, keyway cutting, boring, drilling, gun-drilling, integral bull-gear hobbing, spline hobbing and spline rolling. Heat treating services include carburizing, through hardening, quench and temper, induction hardening and normalizing.
Sun Electronic Systems, Inc. in Titusville, Florida.
Designs and manufacturers temperature bench top chambers, temperature controllers, process controllers and temperature probe calibrators. Test chambers range in size from .37 cubic ft. to 6.16 cubic ft., utilizing LN2, LCO2 or mechanical refrigeration. Controllers accept universal inputs and all equipment is programmable and includes IEEE and RS232.
The Grieve Corporation in Round Lake, Illinois.
A manufacturer of laboratory and industrial ovens and furnaces used throughout the automotive industry for various heat treating and heat processing operations.
Thermal Product Solutions in New Columbia, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of industrial ovens, environmental test chambers, curing ovens, etc.
Webasto Roof Systems, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive roof systems including sunroofs, panorama roofs, convertible tops and roof panel assemblies as well as temperature management systems and power tonneau covers.