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He started on the production floor learning the business from unloading trucks to running heat treat furnaces. A true example of learning the business from the ground up.
By documenting what equipment (for example, heat treat furnaces, fans, baghouses, lights, and air compressors) should be shut down during this time will save energy.
The company began with four employees in a small building in downtown Shreveport, but added forging hammers, forming presses and heat treat furnaces, until it was forced to move to its 15-acre site in North Shreveport, that currently has over 140,000-sq.
As an example of the importance of benchmarking, I worked with a company that bought a new set of heat treat furnaces. After several years in operation, they had yet to benchmark their energy performance.
Heat treat furnaces tend to use Energy Efficiency calculations based on the final temperature.
Lindberg/MPH is a leading manufacturer of standard and custom industrial heat treat furnaces. Their line of heat treat furnaces includes pit, box, IQ, and belt type designs for the ferrous and non-ferrous markets.
Stahl has 28 bottom-dropping heat treat furnaces for the T-4 temper and supporting artificial aging ovens for the T-5 temper.
Norcast has accomplished a great deal in a short time while executing this project, including major building extensions, a third induction melting furnace body and five new heat treat furnaces to increase its production capacity.
As the castings are produced, they flow into separate transfer finishing areas to remove flash and fins, and then on to separate continuous heat treat furnaces. Inspection areas are located directly behind heat treatment, followed by shipping.