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Ipsen shipped three 2-bar furnaces to USA and Mexico

Ipsen has shipped three 2-bar TITAN® furnaces, all with typical configurations, to customers located in the U.S. and Mexico. Though in different industries, medical components, commercial heat treating and full-service precision, these TITAN models are able to accommodate each of their heat treating needs.

Ipsen’s TITAN offers all the options customers need for conventional heat-treat processes. These processes are performed quickly, easily and uniformly at peak efficiency – all a part of the TITAN experience. While the design of a TITAN is compact, its work zone versatility allows it to be loaded in a variety of ways as the hexagonal heating chamber is available in both vertical and horizontal. With its space-saving design paired with such versatility, TITAN furnaces provide a cost advantage and are still able to satisfy the requirements of any industry by providing thermal processing reliability and uniformity required for creating parts that hold up against high-stress applications offering a long service life.

The standard options available for TITAN increase its capabilities: the loader offers faster and more efficient manual loading and unloading for loads up to 3,000 lbs (1,360 kg); the high vacuum system includes a diffusion pump that can produce lower vacuum ranges; the fast-cooling water system has a closed circuit with a high throughput of gallons per minute, and contains a reserve tank and heat exchanger; and the VacuProf® Expert control system to maximize operator controls and efficiency, much like having your very own metallurgist. Additional options include all-metal hot zone, Hydrogen Partial Pressure system, Network Connectivity Package, VFD for enhanced cooling, VPN router for remote diagnostics, Operator Access Platform (vertical only) and uniformity fixture.

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