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Castables (9 companies found)

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  • Zircar Refractory Composites, Inc.

    High Temperature Refractory Composites
    Started at Union Carbide in the 1960’s and Incorporated as ZIRCAR Products, Inc. in the early 1970’s, ZIRCAR Refractory Composites, Inc. (ZRCI) produces a comprehensive line of advanced high performance ceramic-ceramic composite materials and related products. Our materials are used around the...
  • Accumet Materials Inc

    Accumet Materials produces high purity metals, custom alloys, and non-metallic, ceramic materials used in research and manufacturing. Products include metal and oxide single crystals, metal and alloy powders and fabricated parts, ceramic fabricated parts, aluminum nitride parts and powder,...
  • Ipsen International Inc.

    Ipsen, Inc. designs and manufactures thermal processing systems including vacuum heat treating equipment, atmosphere furnaces and advanced thermal process control systems. With manufacturing operations worldwide, the most sophisticated research and development facilities in the industry, and...
  • Abbott Furnace Company

    Abbott Furnace Company specializes in continuous furnace technology for sintering, steam treating, heat treating, annealing, tempering and brazing. Technical innovations include Ceramic Muffles and Belts, Advanced VariCool System, Quality Delube Process and Computerized Controls. Abbott also...
  • Thermo Transfer Inc.

    Thermo Transfer Inc. is a manufacturer of heat processing equipment with the capability of providing complete design, manufacturing and installation of new equipment. We also provide repairs and modifications to your existing heat processing equipment. Thermo Transfer Inc. also offers a...
  • ETS Schaefer Corporation

  • Micropyretics Heaters International, Inc.

    MHI is your Brand for standard and novel custom thermal products and an innovative manufacturer of advanced materials and unique energy efficient solutions. Improve operational efficiencies with MHI convective and radiative energy transfer products.
  • Keith Company Inc

  • Allied Mineral Products, Inc.