CHERRY VALLEY, IL – With the Aerospace sector’s demand for a variety of quality parts, companies continue to rely on Ipsen for high-performance heat treatment equipment that is capable of meeting their specific needs and specifications. Regardless of the process being run or the type of parts being treated, Ipsen’s versatile product lines have the capabilities to meet customers’ wide range of requirements. Recently, three separate companies purchased different Ipsen furnace models, all of which will be used to fulfill the diverse needs of the Aerospace industry. Ipsen shipped two of the heat-treating vacuum furnaces to Texas; the third furnace was shipped to the United Arab Emirates. While all of these furnaces will be used to process parts for the Aerospace industry, they all varied in size and model, as well as the type of parts they will produce:
• The Horizontal TurboTreater® with 6-bar partial pressure will be used to process fasteners. This specific furnace features 36” x 36” x 48” (914 mm x 914 mm x 1,219 mm) all-metal hot zone with a 3,000-pound (1,361 kg) load capacity. It operates at temperatures of 1,000 °F to 2,400 °F (538 °C to 1,316 °C) with ±5 °F (±3 °C) temperature uniformity.
• The Horizontal MetalMaster® with 2-bar partial pressure will be used to process engine parts. This specific furnace features 24” x 24” x 40” (610 mm x 610 mm x 1,016 mm) all-metal hot zone with a 1,500-pound (680 kg) load capacity. It operates at temperatures of 1,000 °F to 2,200 °F (538 °C to 1,204 °C) with ±10 °F (±5 °C) temperature uniformity.
• The TITAN® H4 with 2-bar absolute pressure will be used to process parts for gas turbines. This specific furnace features 24” x 28” x 48” (610 mm x 710mm x 1,220mm) all-metal hot zone with a 2,000-pound (900 kg) load capacity.
Ipsen continuously supports the needs of our customers by providing reliable, quality products that can perform a variety of processes while still meeting the high standards set forth by Aerospace manufacturers. Ipsen is committed to providing heat-treating equipment that can handle each individual customer’s processes and is capable of meeting Nadcap and AMS 2750E requirements. Learn more about the products Ipsen has to offer at www.IpsenUSA.com/Products.
In an effort to help simplify compliance with the Aerospace industry’s specifications, Ipsen also provides expert-created resources that cover a variety of topics, including furnace classification, AMS 2750E, Nadcap and more. These and other resources can be accessed at www.IpsenUSA.com/Articles.
Ipsen designs and manufactures industrial vacuum furnaces, atmosphere furnaces and supervisory control systems for a wide variety of thermal processing markets, including: Aerospace, Commercial Heat Treating, Medical, Energy and Automotive. With production locations in Europe, America and Asia, along with representation in 34 countries, Ipsen is committed to providing support for customers worldwide. Choosing Ipsen means choosing a partner in success.