Metcor Inc

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560 Arthur Sauve Boulevard
St. Eustache, QC J7R 5A8
Canada
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About Metcor Inc
  • Metcor is an industry leading provider of heat treatment services to the aircraft, automotive and general industrial sectors. Companies such as Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, General Motors and many others depend on Metcor for state of the art heat treatment for their critical components. With a ISO9000/NADCAP/AS9100 certified facility, Metcor is proud to offer a wide range of heat treating services.
    The Metcor group has been a leader in the field of metal heat treatment for nearly 75 years. Metcor is one of the most diversified heat treating facilities in North America with over 55,000 square feet in our heat treating facility.
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Products by Metcor Inc
  • Cryogenic Processing

    Parts are cooled to very cold temperatures resulting in low distortion tendency, and often significantly stronger and tougher properties. Metcor can cryogenically treat parts up to 12 feet long in microprocessor controlled equipment down to -300°F with a controlled uniformity of ±10°F. Read More