Ambrell to Exhibit at Heat Treat 2013

Induction heating and automation demonstrations will be available at booth 2102 during the premier heat treating tradeshow

Scottsville, NY — Ambrell will exhibit at Heat Treat 2013 on September 17-18, held at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN. At the event, robotics from Nutek Industrial Systems will be shown - a tube will be heated by an EASYHEAT induction heating system and then unloaded by the robot. Tooling from Induction Tooling (ITI) will also be on display. Finally, a newly designed modular EKOHEAT will be exhibited.

Ambrell's EKOHEAT line now offers power up to 1.2 MW, enabling the product line to address higher power heat treating applications. Ambrell has helped clients with a wide range of heat treating applications, including annealing, tempering, through hardening and case hardening. Free parts testing is available, which helps ensure that the system a client purchases perfectly meets their process requirements.

The Ambrell Hardening Team enables clients to receive a complete solution from companies who are truly experts in their respective fields. Ambrell supplies the induction heating solutions, ITI offers tooling, and Nutek provides automation. And, the solution is offered through a single point of contact. Now there's no reason to settle for limited expertise in an effort to buy from a single supplier.

Ambrell has installed over 10,000 systems in more than 50 countries. Systems are manufactured in Scottsville, NY USA in an ISO-certified facility. Be sure to visit Ambrell in booth 2102 at the show, visit or call +1 585-889-9000 for more information.

About Ambrell

Since 1986, Ambrell has been a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems. Products are CE certified and manufactured in an ISO9001:2008 certified facility to ensure the highest quality equipment. With a focus on superior heating solutions and service with a prompt response, prospective customers can leverage its Applications Lab to ensure systems are built to their heating requirements, and then rely on superior support throughout their relationship with Ambrell. Ambrell has installed over 10,000 systems in more than 50 countries and is an Ameritherm company.


Brett Daly

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