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February 2, 2007 – Thermal Technology, LLC changed ownership in February 2007. Matt Mede is the new co-owner, president and CEO of the privately held company which specializes in the design and manufacturing of high temperature vacuum and controlled atmosphere furnaces for the advanced processing of metals, ceramics, glass, quartz and crystal growing applications. Thermal Technology has a world-wide reputation…

Thermal Technology recently delivered a large Group 1700 automatic vacuum/hydrogen furnace to the Argonne National Laboratory. Thermal Technology welcomed the opportunity to work with Argonne to meet their requirements for brazing in a variety of different applications. 1700 Automatic Vacuum/Hydrogen Furnace The Argonne specification requires the furnace to operate up to 1600°C in a hydrogen atmosphere…

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release – January 2000 Thermal Technology recently shipped a sintering furnace system, Model 812T to Tantalum Pellet Company Inc. (TPC) in Phoenix, Arizona. Todd Knowles, General Manager of TPC, explains that this state of the art furnace system will be used to sinter tantalum anodes that are used in the manufacture of tantalum capacitors. TPC is…

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release – September 1999 Thermal Technology recently installed a new chemical vapor deposition furnace system at the Eimac Division of Communications & Power Industries, Inc. (CPI-Eimac) in Palo Alto, California. CPI-Eimac is a world leader in the development and manufacture of vacuum electron devices for use in broadcast, communications, industrial, medical, scientific and defense markets. CPI…

Early this month Thermal Technology delivered a laboratory furnace to Feng Chia University in Taichung, Taiwan ROC. The Material Science department will use the furnace to support research in carbon fibers. Researchers at the University selected the model 1000-2560-FP20 graphite hot zone furnace rated for 2900°C in helium atmospheres. The researchers selected the Thermal Technology furnace because of the high temperature rating…

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release – April 1999 Thermal Technology put a new laboratory furnace into production at a lamp manufacturer in the United States. The small lamp components are processed in the lab furnace to enhance the life and performance of the products. Due to the small size of the components and the need for a versatile system to…

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release – February 1999 The Thermal Technology recently designed a new generation of horizontal, front loading, graphite resistance heated furnaces for multi-purpose applications. These furnaces are high temperature (1000ºC to 2500ºC), high vacuum and/or controlled atmosphere with uses ranging from research and development to small production process runs. Many companies within the thermal processing community have…

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release – December 1998 Thermal Technology recently designed and manufactured several very high vacuum furnaces for heat treat and brazing applications for the medical field. Our customer needed special features such as 1 x 10-7 torr vacuum with a rate of rise of 0.1 microns per hour when at room temperature, clean, empty and outgassed. The…

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release – October 1998 Thermal Technology recently shipped a custom-designed large hot zone, refractory metal, vacuum furnace to NIN- Northwest Institute of Nonferrous Metal Research, National Rare Metal Material Processing Engineering Research Center in Shaanxi, P.R. China. NIN will use the Thermal Technology furnace for rare metal processing research. Thermal Technology and NIN worked closely to…

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release – August 1998 Thermal Technology shipped six high-temperature lab furnaces — two Model 1000-3060-FP20 and four Model 1000-45120-FP30. The furnaces are being used to enhance gem characteristics by thermal processing the gems before they are cut and finished. The furnace models mentioned previously are part of Thermal Technology’s  Group 1000 high-temperature furnace line of products. The …

July 1998 — Thermal Technology delivered seven refractory metal hot zone furnaces to a customer in the United States. These seven systems are all Group 1100 lab furnaces, close cousin to the Group 1000 which has a graphite hot zone. Thousands of Thermal Technology laboratory furnaces are being used in dozens of different applications all over the world. The customer’s production application…

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release – October 1997 Thermal Technology recently shipped a large Model CPF-4060 ceramic processing furnace (CPF) to Candescent Technologies Corporation of San Jose, California. Thermal Technology welcomed the engineering challenge to meet the unique requirements of Candescent Technologies high temperature process. Candescent Technologies has a process that requires sintering and debinding in production of components for…

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