H.C. Starck – Creating Solutions for Future Heat Treat Technologies
NEWTON, Mass., Oct. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — H.C. Starck demonstrates its innovative powers with advanced technology metals targeting the accelerated growth in furnace production. Visit H.C. Starck at the upcoming 26th ASM Heat Treating Society Conference and Exposition, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 1-2, Duke Energy Convention Center to learn how continuous research into future technologies leads to the design of new products for the furnace industry.
H.C. Starck addressed market demands to increase efficiency and reduce cost of clean technology with its expertise in high tech materials: molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum, and their alloys including La-doped molybdenum and TZM. Heat treating in clean environments requires furnace components produced from advanced materials with the highest melting points and purity levels.
“The industrial furnace market offers some interesting growth opportunities to H.C. Starck,” says Dmitry Shashkov, President and CEO of H.C. Starck’s Fabricated Products Division. “We are excited to work with furnace makers on their next-generation designs.”
H.C. Starck’s value-added product solutions focus on high temperature furnaces including premium quality commercial, laboratory, and production furnaces. Customers heat treating large aerospace parts in vacuum furnaces, or brazing high volume production parts through controlled atmosphere furnaces, along with those annealing medical and aerospace products to critical specifications, look to H.C. Starck for creative solutions.
Contact one of H.C. Starck’s knowledgeable team members at Booth 2037 to discuss business opportunities using H.C. Starck’s advanced technology metals. Download free brochures “High Temperature Solutions for Furnace Operations and Repair” and “Creating Solutions for Future Heat Treat Technologies” from www.hcstarck.com or email email@example.com for more information.
About H.C. Starck
H.C. Starck is a leading global supplier of refractory metals and technical ceramics, and serves growing industries such as the electronics, chemicals, automotive, medical technology, aerospace, energy technology, and environmental technology industries, as well as mechanical engineering and tool manufacturers. H.C. Starck has 12 modern manufacturing facilities located in Europe, America, and Asia, with close to 3,000 employees worldwide.
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