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ANT Furnaces Receives Order from Aerospace Manufacturer

December 5, 2013
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All New Technologies LLC (ANT Furnaces) recently announced it has received an order from a leading Los Angeles aerospace manufacturer for the supply of a high-temperature, high-vacuum and atmosphere furnace. The end use is reportedly the development of satellite and deep space propulsion systems.

The furnace is customized to meet the demanding specifications of this high-performance materials project. The tantalum metal hot zone includes exclusive design features for increased uniformity, supported by a nickel-plated water-cooled copper coldwall and surrounded by an SS 304-L high-vacuum chamber for use with a high-vacuum turbomolecular system. Gas delivery includes mass flow controls and residual gas analysis of the process environment. The system is produced oil-free for operation in a certified clean room laboratory.

“Our team is excited to be selected again for this mission-critical project,” said Eric Gisonno, president of All New Technologies. “This leading aerospace group currently operates additional systems produced by our group, which have been in service for 25 years.”

For more information, visit www.antfurnaces.com.

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