Ambrell Induction Heating
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EKOHEAT Integrated into Arcast VersaMelt Gas Atomizer

Jul 18, 2018 3:21:39 PM / by Brett Daly posted in EKOHEAT, melting

 

Ambrell's EKOHEAT induction heating systems are integrated into Arcast's VersaMelt Gas Atomizers. The VersaMelt permits processing of many metal alloy systems from a single atomizer platform. It can accommodate a wide range of complex alloys, from tin to tungsten. Clean, ceramic-free titanium (or similar metal) powders can be produced using scrap or recycled powder as feed stock. The VersaMelt is a highly versatile solution and has a multi-configurable melt chamber. 

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Induction Heating in the Automotive Industry

Jul 17, 2018 3:45:38 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Automotive Applications, automotive

 

Ambrell has delivered systems to automotive OEMs and integrators along with Tier 1 and 2 suppliers for decades. THE LAB at Ambrell has a wealth of experience with popular automotive applications such as annealing, bonding, brazing, curing, forging, heat treating, material testing, metal-to-plastic insertion, soldering and more. 

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Ambrell Continues Support of “Women in Manufacturing”

Jun 20, 2018 3:15:45 PM / by Brett Daly posted in Company News

 

Ambrell, an inTEST Company and a leading manufacturer of innovative induction heating solutions worldwide, is a member of a national association called Women in ManufacturingTM (WiM). There are a significant number of women in the Ambrell workforce and the company looks forward to further encouraging more women to choose manufacturing as a career.

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Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Officially Celebrates Ambrell’s All-New Rochester, NY Manufacturing Plant

Jun 11, 2018 1:04:09 AM / by Brett Daly posted in Press Releases

 

Ambrell, an inTEST Company and leading manufacturer of induction heating solutions worldwide, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony today to celebrate its new 80,000 square foot (7,430 square meters) facility in Rochester, NY. The $2.1 million project, which started in September 2017, included a complete company relocation from its previous manufacturing facility in Scottsville, NY. The new facility in Rochester is double the size of the Scottsville location.

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