Centorr Vacuum Industries to supply ARCMIM

September 18, 2014

Centorr Vacuum Industries (CVI), based in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA, has announced that it will be building a new MIM-Vac M900 debind and sintering furnace in 2014 for FloMet LLC, an ARCMIM Company. This order, stated CVI, further expands its customer base in the Metal Injection Molding industry.

ARCMIM is the Metal Injection Molding division of ARC Group Worldwide, Inc. ARCMIM’s facilities include Flomet LLC, Advanced Forming Technology Colorado and AFT Hungary. ARCMIM is now one of the largest MIM producers in the world.

FloMet has selected the Centorr Vacuum Industries MIM-Vac furnace design to process new materials that will be manufactured in its Deland, Florida, facility. FloMet manufactures a wide range of products for industries including orthodontics, firearms, medical, automotive, and aerospace.

CVI has over 30 years of successful MIM furnace building experience and the new MIM-Vac M (modular design) has a number of new design improvements including advanced Molybdenum hot zones with “wide-flow” gas-plenum retorts using Sweepgas™ technology for consistent debinding.

www.arcmim.com  |  www.centorr.com

 

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