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Thermal & Heating Equipment

Asian Electronic Company Selects Harper for Two New Furnace Systems

Buffalo, NY – Harper International, world leader in custom thermal processing solutions for advanced materials, has been selected by a leading Asian electronic components firm for the design of two high temperature Elevator furnaces for use in their production plant. The furnaces will sinter specialty ferrite materials processed at 1700°C in an oxygen atmosphere. Harper’s Elevator kiln...

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Controls & Controllers

Metso Finalized the Order Agreement with CMPC Celulose Riograndense

Metso and CMPC Celulose Riograndense S.A. (CMPC) have finalized the agreement, according to which Metso will supply the key technology to CMPC's Guaíba II pulp line in Brazil. The total value of the project is around EUR 800-900 million, of which around EUR 400 million consists of Metso's own equipment and systems. The new pulp line, which is an expansion to the existing Guaíba pulp mill, will...

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Thermal & Heating Equipment

New Paragon Kiln Colors

MESQUITE, TX - Paragon Industries is now offering some of their smaller kilns in option turquoise or hot pink high-temperature paint. The standard color is blue. The SC-series, E-series, Q-series, and BlueBird kilns can be ordered in turquoise or hot pink. There is an extra charge for this option," said John S. Hohenshelt, company president. For a number of years Paragon's standard kiln color was...

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Thermal & Heating Equipment

Portable Kiln addresses PMC and Art Clay Silver applications.

Operating from standard household outlet, SC-1 jewelry kiln fires PMC, Art Clay Silver, decals, china paint, and glass. Ceramic fiber firing chamber is wrapped in steel inner case, and layer of air separates inner case from slotted outer steel case. Weighing 15 lb, kiln has 6 x 3¾ x 3 in. interior and digital temperature controller that offers Single Speed and 8-segment Ramp-Hold modes. Product...

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Whitepaper: 7 Trends for IoT in Hospitality
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Whitepaper: 7 Trends for IoT in Hospitality

The Internet of Things is rapidly becoming a defining characteristic in the daily landscape of human experience. Billions of smart devices are already connected to this vast system through smart homes, medical devices, and much more; the trend is predicted to continue its exponential growth into the hundred billions within the next few years. This white paper illuminates how the future of IoT will completely revolutionize the way the hospitality industry in particular will function with this new technology. Due to the ability to reduce energy costs, reduce staff labor, and create completely individualized and engaging guest experiences, the hospitality industry is in a unique position to capitalize on IoT. Using real life case studies, the report outlines seven ideas for how the IoT can be used to reduce energy consumption, increase guest satisfaction, improve maintenance, and more.

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HVAC

Ceralink Signs Exclusive MAT(TM) Licensing Deal with Harrop Industries

November 4, 2008 Troy, New York - Ceralink Inc., a materials engineering and technology commercialization company, announced today the signing of an exclusive licensing agreement granting Harrop Industries the right to market and build industrial kilns using Microwave Assist Technology (MAT(TM)). MAT(TM) is a cutting edge heating technology that combines microwave with traditional gas or electric...

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HVAC

Microwave Kiln is designed for glass fusing.

Operating inside standard microwave oven, Paragon MagicFuse ceramic fiber kiln has 4½ in. dia round firing chamber and reaches glass fusing temperatures in 5-8 min. After kiln is removed from microwave, glass takes about one hour to cool to room temperature. Unit comes with 6½ in. ceramic posts, glass separator, and 15-page instruction manual.

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LECO Ceramics Offering Pressed Refractory Shapes
Thermal & Heating Equipment

LECO Ceramics Offering Pressed Refractory Shapes

Benton Harbor, Michigan-In order to expand its product lines, LECO Ceramics recently purchased and installed a 1250-ton hydraulic press and high-temperature kiln (capable of firing product to 1760°C). The new addition allows LECO to offer pressed refractory and high-temperature alumina kiln furniture. By investing in a high-temperature kiln and hydraulic press, we are able to access another...

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