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Manufacturer presented best apprentice in the chamber district with award Linn High Therm presented its best apprentice in the chamber district, Tamara Schaffner, with an award in Bavaria, Germany. The award for completing a three-year Management Assistant apprenticeship was presented to Tamara Schaffner in Bavaria, Germany. It was for ‘Outstanding performance in the training occupation of Management Assistant for Wholesale and Foreign Trade – specialising in Foreign Trade’. Horst Linn, CEO

of Linn High Therm, said: “We thank Ms. Schaffner for her great graduation and congratulate her on this achievement. We are delighted to have her as an excellently qualified member of our team. Our sincere thanks also go to our dedicated staff who made this success possible.” IHK President Michael Matt and IHK Managing Director Dr Jürgen Helmes honoured the best trainees and their companies during a ceremony in Regensburg. Tamara Schaffner

is the best apprentice in the chamber district in the training occupation and was chosen as one of the best apprentices out of 3600 examination participants. Linn High Therm received a certificate in recognition of its special services to apprenticeships in 2018. The manufacturer also offers training occupations such as industrial mechanic, electronic technician for industrial engineering, mechatronics technician and Industrial Management Assistant.

The people in the Linn High Therm picture from left to right are: IHK-President Michael Matt; Tamara Schaffner; Horst Linn, CEO Linn High Therm GmbH; IHK- Managing director Dr. Jürgen Helmes.

Comment

Welcome to the December 2018 issue of Furnaces International. They say ‘no news is good news’, but in the case of this issue, all of the news seems to be good news! Hopefully this is a sign of things to come and next year will see even more positivity for this sector. As always, this issue includes a selection of features looking at everything from mobile heating, refractory technology, furnace cooling tips and also temperature monitoring. You’ll notice the annual Furnaces Directory has also found a new home! Get in touch if you think your company should be listed in 2019. There is also a special focus on the integration of Industry 4.0 across the furnace industry. Claudio Goldbach from TERMICA Solutions explains the importance of moving into a digital manufacturing world. He says, “A business which does not adapt quickly to new demands, will soon have no problems. It is not that demand will disappear, but the business will.” An interesting point to consider and one I am keen to know your thoughts on... Nadine Bloxsome

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Indian manufacturer completes second hearth at Essar Steel

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Dalmia Seven has successfully completed its second Corex Hearth at flat steel manufacturer, Essar Steel India. A total of 430 tonnes of monolithic refractories were applied to the hearth at the end of February 2018. This helped to restore the original lining and strengthen the char bed sidewall of the meltergasifier of Corex # 2 at Essar Steel in Hazira, India. Giuliano Copetti, Group Technical Manager and Project Leader of both refractory jobs, said: “The installed refractory materials have been developed and customised for the specific application in these unique kind of furnaces. Even the environmental conditions at the site have been taken into consideration for the proper formulation of the mixtures. All aspects of the installation process have been deeply analysed in advance, focussing on quality and timing of the performance, with a special eye on all the potential safety issues.” After the first successful repair, Essar Steel entrusted Seven Refractories with the next project. This was completed at the end of July 2018 at the twin plant of the same facility, Corex #1, with a comprehensive installed amount of 500 tonnes of monolithic refractories. Praveen Agarvaal, Head of Indian Operations at Dalmia Seven, said: “With these interventions, beside strengthening its cooperation with such an important player as Essar Steel Ltd., Seven Refractories stands as an undoubtful leader for the realisation of similar refractory jobs in the Indian steel market.”

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PyroGenesis furnace order PyroGenesis Canada has received a multi-million dollar order for two Drosrite furnace systems from an Asian client. The systems are the third and fourth commercial systems sold to date, and the first order from this new client. The name and value of the contract remain confidential for competitive reasons. Delivery of the systems is expected to be in April 2019. Pierre Carabin, Chief Technology Officer of PyroGenesis, said: “Drosritetm has been many years in the making, from the original paid-fordemonstration, to the delivery

and acceptance of a first commercial unit, to reorder from the same customer. This order, announced today, from a new client, positions PyroGenesis as a solid provider of industrial furnaces to the metallurgical industry, particularly to the aluminium sector. PyroGenesis’ Drosritetm system provides exceptional return on investment to our customers, all with a green technology that has, in our opinion, no equivalent in the market.” PyroGenesis Drosrite system is a salt-free, costeffective, sustainable process for maximising

metal recovery from dross, a waste generated in the metallurgical industry. PyroGenesis’ patented process avoids costly loss of metal while reducing a smelter’s carbon footprint and energy consumption, providing an impressive return on investment. The system has been designed to process and recover valuable metals such as aluminium, zinc and copper from dross. Mr P Peter Pascali, President and CEO of PyroGenesis, said: “This double order, from a new client, reflects the fact that Drosrite is finally gaining acceptance. The addition of

the mini Drosrite (500 TPY), to our original offering (5,000 TPY), together with the decision to embrace tolling opportunities, has effectively positioned PyroGenesis as a one stop shop for dross processing.” The previously announced paid-for-demonstration for zinc recovery in India is about to begin, and the trials are expected to be completed within the next 10 weeks. In addition, previously announced tolling discussions continue with potential joint venture partners. A successful site visit was recently completed.

Andritz to supply two furnaces to Chinese Steel Manufacturer International technology Group Andritz has received an order from HBIS Group Company, Laoting, China, to supply two strip processing furnaces. Furnace number 1 is for a continuous annealing line to produce the latest generation of advanced high-strength steel (AHSS). This will include Q&P (Quenching and Partitioning) and martensitic steel. The annual capacity of the line is 825,000 tonnes. Furnace number 2 is an L-shaped type with a directly fired furnace (DFF) for a continuous hot-galvanizing

line to produce hot-rolled products up to 6 mm thick, including dual-phase steel. The DFF allows simultaneous strip heating, cleaning and, if required for AHSS, pre-oxidation. The annual capacity of the line is 412,000 tonnes. Both furnaces have been designed with particular focus on the production level and – by using Andritz Differential Rapid Jet cooling (DRJC) – on high cooling rates with the uniform strip temperature required to achieve the specific mechanical properties of AHSS. Special attention

is also directed towards hot-rolled product coatings using DFF and minimising environmental impact in terms of emissions, low fuel and

utility consumption (nitrogen and hydrogen). Production of the first coil on these two lines is scheduled for the first quarter of 2020.

Saint-Gobain Isover selects Forglass Forglass has completed a large project for Saint-Gobain Isover in Romania. The main works were focussed on the complete

rebuild of a glass fibre furnace, starting with the demolition of the furnace and feeder refractories, and ended with hot sealing.

In a letter of recommendation, the client emphasised an efficient and professional cooperation with Forglass.

All works were performed in a professional manner with a high level of health and safety standards and the utmost care for quality.

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Chinese manufacturer orders floater furnace Northeast Light Alloy Company has ordered a floater furnace from heat treatment specialist Ebner in Leonding, Austria. The Chinese metal manufacturer has ordered a continuous floater furnace facility from Ebner to harden and temper aluminium alloy strip.

The heat-treatment facility fulfils all requirements for achieving aerospace-grade material, including optimum strip shape and surface characteristics, hightemperature uniformity throughout the heating and soaking phases, and appropriately high cooling gradients.

It will start operation at the end of 2019 and is designed for a maximum strip width of 2,400mm (94.5 inches) and strip thicknesses of 0.5-4.0mm. Ebner also received an order from Guang Xi Zheng Run New Material Technology Company to expand its existing bell

annealer facility. The contract includes three Hicon workbases employing 100% argon as a process atmosphere, two heating bells and one cooling bell. The facility is designed for a charge of 28 strip coils with outside diameters of up to 28 inches (715mm).

O-I to build Mexican furnace by 2019 O-I is set to build a fifth furnace at its glass container production plant in Nava, Mexico. It has expanded its 50-50 joint venture with Constellation Brands. It operates the container production plant in Nava, Mexico that provides bottles exclusively for Constellation’s adjacent brewery. O-I CEO Andres Lopez said: “This investment will allow both companies to

realise additional attractive opportunities in Mexican beer exports to the US, leveraging the success at the joint venture’s factory in Nava, while bolstering O-I’s relationship with a key strategic customer.” The brewery brews Mexican beer brands for export to the United States, which is the fastest growing category of beer in the US. The relationship now provides for the addition of a fifth furnace at

the plant and has extended the term of the joint venture agreement by 10 years, to 2034. The original joint venture agreement included the expansion of the glass production plant from one furnace to four furnaces by 2018. Three furnaces currently operate, with the fourth furnace expected to be operational in the first half of 2018. To meet rising demand from Constellation’s

brewery, the new relationship provides for the addition of a fifth furnace, which is expected to be operational by the end of 2019. The Nava plant will be the largest container factory in the world once the furnace has been installed. The capacity expansion is estimated to cost approximately $140 million and will be financed by equal contributions from both partners.

Aichelin delivers belt furnace to Swedish manufacturer The Austrian heat treatment specialist Aichelin is to produce a cast link belt furnace for Swedish fastener manufacturer Bulten. The cast link belt furnace will be produced for the refinement of high-strength steel screws and nuts in Mödling, Austria. It will be 80 metres long and weigh 230 tonnes. The furnace plant will have a performance of two tonnes per hour and is to be

shipped by December 2018. It is the second industrial furnace plant for the Swedish Hallstahammer site. Ten years after its first delivery to the site, Aichelin has now been able to land the follow-up order for a second 2000 kg/h cast link belt furnace plant. Thanks to the positive references at Bulten, the current project was finalised within a few months between

the first request and the final negotiation. The plant line measures 80 x 10 metres and weighs around 180 tonnes – and with the liquids and components, weighs 230 tonnes. Aichelin is delivering the electrically heated hightemperature hardening furnace and the protectivegas-tight tempering furnace with oil or emulsion hardening baths.

Measuring and switching systems are also included, as well as the process control system FOCOS 4.0 for the new plant (as well as an update of the data acquisition of the existing plant) and a protective gas generator. As with the previous order, the customer provides the loading and unloading device and the component washing machines under their own direction. 7

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Manufacturer supplies electrical box furnace to Louisiana plant The L&L Special Furnace Company has supplied an electrical box furnace to a valve plant in Louisiana. This is the fifth L&L furnace supplied to the facility. It will be used for heat-treating industrial valve parts and various tool steels. The furnace will be used to heat treat and temper various rings and seals deployed in the manufacturing of valves used in the powergeneration field. It will also be used for general heattreating of various steels prior to machining. The furnace has an effective work zone of 34” wide by 34” high by 32” deep. It also includes a complete digital control system, over temperature protection and a temperature recorder. There is also an audible alarm to signal an over temperature or event condition along with a NEMA12 panel with fused

disconnect. The furnace door is a horizontal-style door with a double pivot that allows for the hot face to be kept away from the operator. All L&L furnaces can be configured with various options and be specifically

tailored to meet customers’ thermal needs. L&L also offers furnaces equipped with pyrometry packages to meet ASM2750E and soonto-be-certified MedaCred guidelines. Options include a variety

of control and recorder configurations. A three-day, all inclusive startup service is included with each system within the continental US and Canada. International startup and training service is available by factory quote.

Blast furnace refurbishment increases energy and resource efficiency Austrian steelmaker voestalpine’s Steel Division claims to be a step further towards increasing energy and resource efficiency at its steel production facility in Linz. After a 111-day period for repairs, blast furnace A, in which two-thirds of the company’s entire annual pig iron volume of 5Mt is produced, has been successfully restarted after

a €180 million renovation. Wolfgang Eder, Chairman of the Management Board, said: “The comprehensive upgrades to blast furnace A are important in safeguarding the future of the site in Linz, and that of its about 11,000 employees, for the coming decade. At the same time, the high technical standard of this blast furnace is also the basis of supplying our

processing sites with highquality steel grades.” The relining of the large blast furnace, which was originally built in 1977 and most recently upgraded in 2004, was undertaken between June and September this year. All refractory bricks were replaced and all peripheral plant and equipment, such as the Cowper stove, gas supply and dedusting

systems, were modernised. According to voestalpine, new digital measuring and control instruments were installed. Customers were involved at an early stage in the process and the company consistently built up a stock of relevant pre-material supplies so that it was possible to make deliveries as usual during the repair phase.

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The amazing factory with 4.0 furnace technology By Claudio Goldbach, TERMICA Solutions

Heating element “burnout”

Identification of load quality problem Adapting value

Agility. This has been the greatest feature of successful companies. And it is the main role of the so-called Industry 4.0: accelerate information analysis so that processes can be adapted quickly. The faster an organization adapts to an EVENT, the greater the profits. Events can be operational as a machine breakdown or strategic, with new demands that create changes for the manufactured goods or services provided. I often say that a business which does not adapt quickly to new demands, will soon have no problems. It is not that demand will disappear, but the business will. To be practical, let’s dive in the world of thermal processes. Several thermal treatment furnaces have their thermal energy produced by heating elements. An inevitable and inherent EVENT of these processes is the rupture of heating elements. As they usually have a serial connection, the so-called “burnout” of one element ends up impacting another one. Therefore, an area in the furnace will be without heat. However, the control system compensates this lack of heat, increasing power in other heating elements. In other words, the temperature indicated by the thermocouple, which measures the average temperature of the specific area, is not influenced. Nevertheless, in this scenario we have some heaters that are off, and others being overwhelmed. Notice that, until now, the heater burnout has not been identified, since the controlled variable is the area temperature. Then, the load closer to the specific area lacking heat may not reach the treatment temperature, therefore, the desired physical feature may not be achieved. The least troublesome scenario would be for quality control to identify these parts and reject them. The worst scenario, which happens frequently, is delivering the item to the market and causing larger damages. Analyzing the scenario in which the quality control identifies the problem in the load, we would have the follow timeline:

Identification of root cause Heating element exchange approval Heating element exchanged

Time Perception time

Assessment time

Decision time

Action time

Figure 1. Corporate adapting processes (based on Industrie 4.0 Maturity Index, Acatech, 2017)

Figure 1 shows that between the “heating element burnout “ and the identification of the load quality problem, a considerable amount of time goes by, and it is called “perception time”. Only after identifying the problem is that the assessment of the root cause starts. A part of the load without its desired physical feature may have several potential causes and many loads may be treated in the same faulty equipment, while the root cause is being assessed. Having identified the root cause, decision time starts. Here, I believe that the decision is done quickly because the damage this event is causing in the operation is clear and evident. Once the decision has been made, action time starts, that is, time for exchanging the heating element. A spare part may not be in stock, then, the deadline is some days or weeks. Meanwhile, palliative solutions can be considered, such as increasing treatment time or repositioning heating elements. Anyway, damage has been done. This is so common that it is considered as part of

operation, an inefficiency that has been incorporated to the system. This is when Industry 4.0 takes action! Sensors are installed in each heating elements and they track its operation in real time. When a heating element “burns”, the computational algorithm recognizes the event, decides to extend the process time and modifies the treatment curve it is performing, since it understands that this action ensures that every load reaches their required physical features, without production losses. The harm is then restricted only to treatment delay. Figure 2 sums up this new timeline. It is important to emphasize that as we drastically reduced the overall time, the adapting value is very relevant. In addition to this action, the smart furnace sends maintenance alerts via SMS and email, warning about the need to change the heating element, once the longer treatment is complete. With the integrated systems, the purchasing department will receive the “burnout”

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Heating element “burnout”

Technological elements Adjusted process time

A - Heating element sensor B - Computational analysis C - Control algorithm D - Integrated actuator

Adapting value

information and, depending on the organizational maturity, even the heating element manufacturer will be notified. While there is no heating element exchange, every process will be extended to guarantee the production, even with less productivity. All technologies to obtain these benefits are already available, with low implementation costs. In other words, this can be today’s factory. In a near future, through a sensor and an algorithm that is being improved by TERMICA Solutions, the heating element “burnout” will allow it to be changed before its rupture, avoiding or minimizing drastically current productivity losses. It will lead us to smarter processes, reducing the waste and increasing environmental and economical sustainability of industrial operations. The machines will be doing what they are good at and human beings will be doing much more relevant activities, developing their endless strengths. Long live the Revolution!

Figure 2. How learning increases the value of an adaptation (based on the Industrie 4.0 Maturity Index, Acatech, 2017

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Some like it hot Mobile heating station protects ceramic components from thermal shock. StrikoWestofen’s newly developed mobile heating station now allows ceramic components to be heated directly on site. As a result, riser tube, filling funnel etc. can be carefully heated to the ideal temperature of 400 degrees Celsius immediately before use. Up to now, the heating process was often performed incorrectly and haphazardly as the market did not offer any well-designed technical solutions. This situation not only endangered the intactness of the ceramics – it compromised the safety of the foundry workers too.

It happens when a teapot kept in a cold place meets up with briskly boiling water: the ceramics crack. This phenomenon is known as “thermal shock”: an abrupt change in temperature leads to mechanical tensions between the part of the material which is still cold and the part which is already hot. Cracks are the result. The situation is similar with ceramic components in dosing furnaces, such as riser tubes or filling funnels. This is why they should be carefully heated before use in the furnace. However, this is often done using the wrong methods, causing more damage than it prevents.

Mobile solution, flexible options As of immediately, the Norican brand

StrikoWestofen offers its customers a new solution to the problem of thermal shock: a mobile heating station allowing ceramic components to be uniformly heated to the ideal temperature of 400 degrees Celsius. The unit can be used anywhere and can be placed immediately adjacent to the dosing furnace. This facilitates foundry logistics, as ceramic parts can be used after being heated to the necessary temperature without having to be transported first. In addition, the new station has two separate heating zones which can be regulated independently of one another. This allows components to be heated to different temperatures at the same time. Freely selectable adapter rings allow flexible use. They also simplify handling

for the employees and protect them from injury. “The advantages of our mobile heating station are obvious: the uniform heating of the ceramic components extends their life span. Plant downtimes due to repairs can be minimised, and this in turn has a positive effect on the productivity of the foundry,” explains Holger Stephan, Vice President of the Aftermarket Sales Support & Service division of StrikoWestofen in Gummersbach. The station is heated electrically using a CEE 16 ampere standard plug – a special adapter is not necessary. It is already available in Europe and Asia, with the US, Mexico and the rest of the world following in the fourth quarter of 2018.

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Protection from “thermal shock� in the dosing furnace: the new heating station from StrikoWestofen uniformly heats ceramic components to the necessary temperature. Image: StrikoWestofen.

Below: Modern multitasking: The new Striko unit has two separate heating zones which can be regulated independently of one another. Image: StrikoWestofen.

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EXPANSION

Expansion of melting capacity in Be Hertwich Engineering, a subsidiary of the SMS group, received an order from Hydro Extrusion Lichtervelde NV for the supply of a multi-chamber melting furnace Ecomelt-PS200 including skimming machine. The plant with a melting capacity of 60,000 tons per year will be installed in the casthouse in Ghlin, Belgium. Commissioning is scheduled for the first half of 2019. By the acquisition of Sapa, the scope, presence and innovative competitive advantage of Hydro’s extrusion division have considerably expanded. As a globally leading extrusion plant, Hydro currently supplies more than 30,000 local and global customers in more than 40 countries around the world. In Belgium the company has around 850 employees in their extrusion facilities in Raeren and Lichtervelde and in the aluminum casthouse in Ghlin. Hydro will increase the recycling capacity in Ghlin by 60,000 tons per year by adding a new Ecomelt-PS200 multichamber melting furnace from Hertwich Engineering. With this investment Hydro takes into account, that the recycling of manufacturing and turnaround scrap gets more and more important within the extrusion industry. Since the intensive use of aluminum in construction, transportation, industrial applications and other fields of application five decades ago, the turnaround scrap is correspondingly increasing. The aluminum industry profits from this since the energy demand for using recycled aluminum is reduced by approx. 95 percent. In the meantime Hertwich Engineering, who has reached a worldwide leading position with their Ecomelt melting technology, can even significantly reduce this value with suitable scrap. The Ecomelt PS furnace to be installed in Ghlin is especially designed for medium to heavily contaminated scrap. The casthouse requires a broad spectrum of different types of scrap: vehicle license plates, wires, machining chips, cables, lithographic sheet, profiles, UBC, spray

cans and others - partially loose in bulk, partially shredded, partially briquetted or packetized. The degree of contamination ranges from “clean” all the way up to heavily contaminated with paint and lacquers, rubber and plastic parts, oils, greases, etc. Furthermore, even solid scrap, such as sows, T-bars or ingot stacks are charged. With this type of furnace the scrap flows through a vertically arranged preheat shaft, which is filled from above. The hot gases flow through the charged material in the shaft from bottom to top while the organic compounds are completely removed. The resulting pyrolysis gases are fed into the main chamber to support the gas heating. At the bottom end of the preheating shaft the decoated and preheated material is immersed in the flowing bath and is immediately melted. The melt flow between the furnace chambers is generated by electromagnetic liquid metal pumps. The resulting pyrolysis gas volume when melting heavily contaminated scrap naturally reduces the demand for heating gas more than when melting relatively clean scrap. The energy consumption of this furnace type is between 300 and 550 kWh/ton, depending on the condition of the scrap. The remaining slag (dross) from the melting process is concentrated on the bath surface and must be removed. For this, Hertwich supplies a rail-guided skimming machine for safe,careful and fast cleaning of the furnace. Due to this furnace concept, the energy content of the organic contamination is used efficiently, whereby operating costs are reduced markedly. Furthermore, the minimum emissions (NOx, VOC, CO,

dioxins, no salt addition) contribute to a safe and environmentally friendly furnace operation – an aspect that has a high priority within the entire Hydro group.

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DROSRITETM

PyroGenesis announces receipt of m DROSRITE™ Furnace Systems PyroGenesis Canada Inc. a TSX Venture 50® high-tech company, a Company that designs, develops and manufactures plasma waste-to-energy systems and plasma torch systems, has received a multimillion dollar order for two DROSRITE™ furnace systems from an Asian client; the name, and value of the contract, remain confidential for competitive reasons. The Systems are the third and fourth commercial systems sold to date, and the first order from this new Client. Delivery of the Systems is expected to be in April 2019. PyroGenesis’ DROSRITE™ system is a saltfree, cost-effective, sustainable process for maximizing metal recovery from dross, a waste generated in the metallurgical industry. PyroGenesis’ patented process avoids costly loss of metal while reducing a smelter’s carbon footprint and energy consumption, providing an impressive return on investment. The system has been designed to process and recover valuable metal such as aluminum, zinc and copper from dross. “DROSRITE™ has been many years in the making; from the original paidfor-demonstration, to the delivery and acceptance of a first commercial unit, to a reorder from the same customer,” said Mr. Pierre Carabin, Chief Technology Officer of PyroGenesis. “This order, announced today, from a new Client, positions PyroGenesis as a solid provider of industrial furnaces to the metallurgical industry; particularly to the aluminum sector. PyroGenesis’ DROSRITE™ system provides exceptional return on investment to our customers, all with a green technology that has, in our opinion, no equivalent in the market.” The previously announced paid-fordemonstration for zinc recovery in India is about to begin, and the trials are expected to be completed within the next 10 weeks. In addition, previously announced tolling discussions continue with potential joint venture partners. A successful site visit was recently completed. “This double order, from a new Client,

reflects the fact that DROSRITE™ is finally gaining acceptance. The addition of the mini DROSRITE™ (500 TPY), to our original offering (5,000 TPY), together with the decision to embrace tolling opportunities, has effectively positioned

not a platform where change is expected and embraced. To the contrary, the mere fact that we claim to be able to process dross without salt is viewed skeptically and, as such, is another hurdle we had to overcome. What is readily apparent to us is

PyroGenesis as a one stop shop for dross processing,” said Mr. P. Peter Pascali, President and CEO of PyroGenesis. “The announcement today must be taken in the context of what we are doing; we are essentially introducing a new technology into a very conservative industry. This is

the value proposition DROSRITE™ offers to an industry that rarely sees improvements of such magnitude, and what that means for PyroGenesis. There is over 3,000,000 TPY1 of Aluminum dross produced, which when added to the market for processing zinc and copper dross, creates

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multi-million dollar order for two

a very significant business opportunity for the Company. Given the fact that, as I said, this is a new technology we are introducing to a conservative industry, it was difficult to predict with certainty if, and when, DROSRITE™ would take hold,

for shareholders.” Furthermore, PyroGenesis will be presenting its DROSRITE™ solution, and exhibiting at “Aluminium 2018” being held in Düsseldorf, Germany between October 9 and 11 (Hall 11, booth G50/06). Contact us to book an appointment or meet with us there. Separately, the Company has received conditional approval from the TSX Venture Exchange of the previously announced Normal Course Issuer Bid to purchase up to 5% of the Company’s common shares issued and outstanding over a period of 12 months.

About PyroGenesis Canada Inc.

but there was no doubt in our mind that when it did, and it looks like this double order is the start, it would be significant and long term, creating additional value

PyroGenesis Canada Inc., a TSX Venture 50® high-tech company, is the world leader in the design, development, manufacture and commercialization of advanced plasma processes. We provide engineering and manufacturing expertise, cuttingedge contract research, as well as turnkey process equipment packages to the defense, metallurgical, mining, advanced materials (including 3D printing), oil & gas, and environmental industries. With a team of experienced engineers, scientists and technicians working out of our Montreal office and our 3,800m2 manufacturing facility, PyroGenesis maintains its competitive advantage by remaining at the forefront of technology development and commercialization. Our core competencies allow PyroGenesis to lead the way in providing innovative plasma torches, plasma waste processes, high-temperature metallurgical processes, and engineering services to the global marketplace. Our operations are ISO 9001:2008 certified, and have been since 1997. PyroGenesis is a publiclytraded Canadian Corporation on the TSX Venture Exchange (Ticker Symbol: PYR) and on the OTCQB Marketplace. For more information, please visit www. pyrogenesis.com

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For further information please contact: www.pyrogenesis.com

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Heat treatment solutions for metal i

Carbolite Gero organised its first seminar on Metal Injunction Moulding (MIM) & Addictive The Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) process is a widely known and applied technology for producing small metal parts. A great variety of materials and, consequently, approaches have been developed. The MIM process always requires a combination of polymer and metal powder. The polymer in this mixture has two purposes. On the one hand, it serves the rheological properties that are needed for injection moulding. On the other hand, it provides the mechanical stability of the so-called green parts. The metal powder itself has no mechanical stability in this stage of the process. The following step involves the debinding of these parts, such as reducing the amount of polymer in the system. The type of furnace required for the debinding step depends on the polymer system used. One option is catalytic debinding. The polymer used is Polyacetal with a melting point above the debinding temperature. This polymer is decomposed in an acidic atmosphere to formaldehyde. Carbolite Gero offers the Debinding Furnace EBO (Figure 1) for this process step. The waterheated double walled vessel provides a very good temperature uniformity in combination with its sophisticated gas distribution. The design allows for safe and convenient handling of both acid and formaldehyde. The debinding process is not fully completed so the brown part may be transferred to a sintering furnace for further treatment. Another possibility is thermal debinding for which a greater variety of polymer materials can be used. For MIM, the thermal debinding is done, in most cases, under an inert gas atmosphere. Process temperatures are higher than during catalytic debinding. The parts require slow heating rates to prevent them from cracking. Very precise temperature control directly at the parts is required. In addition, the off gases need to be lead to the gas system to avoid condensation on the parts which might cause carbon uptakes in the material. Vacuum, and therefore gas tightness, of the heated chamber in combination with precise gas control systems are required for

high-quality parts and reliability of the process. This combination is provided by Carbolite Gero’s GLO system (Figure 2). The flexibility of this furnace allowed us to develop a version that is designed for thermal debinding. After debinding, the brown part, which still contains a low amount of binder, is transferred to a sintering furnace. This binder has to be removed thermally. That is why at the beginning of the temperature programme a slow heating rate is required to avoid cracks in the metal part. An additional holding step has to be introduced in the temperature programme. Another parameter that needs to be considered is the gas type and volume. For low carbon steels like 316L, pure hydrogen has to be used during the sintering step to avoid oxidation.

Figure 1. EBO furnace for catalytic debinding of injected parts

All these process-related requirements need to be considered. The outgassing of the brown parts needs to be handled by a special furnace design. A builtin retort avoids pollution of both the heating elements and the insulation. This helps to reduce down times due to cleaning steps and to minimize deterioration of the furnace’s heating cassette. For the outgassing process, gas needs to be directed which can be done in two different ways. The partial pressure mode means working in a pressure that is slightly below atmospheric pressure. Gas is introduced from one side against a

working pump. The PDS sintering furnace has been developed for this approach. A different option is working in atmospheric pressure. Gas is introduced from outside the retort and finds its way into the retort where the brown parts are placed. The off gas of the brown parts is then forced into the gas outlet that is located inside the retort. The strong advantage of this approach is the possibility to switch the direction of the gas flow from inside the retort to outside the retort during the process. Hence, the obtained metal parts feature advanced properties. Carbolite Gero’s HTK furnaces can be adjusted to the specific requirements of the MIM process. The required parameters for the successful manufacturing of metal parts depend mainly on the applied binder system. Some of the binder manufacturers in the market provide temperature programmes that have been thoroughly tested with commonly used furnace types. Nevertheless, depending on the design of the parts, many aspects need to be considered which makes testing essential before the parts are released for mass production. Testing is possible at places like the Karelia University of Applied Sciences in Joensuu (Finland) where the required infrastructure and the expertise exists to successfully develop a process. In the field of Additive Manufacturing, MIM is a very promising manufacturing technique. Shaping is done by a 3D printer that melts the binder layer by layer. This extends the field of manufacturable parts to more complex shapes and new designs. All the following steps are then common knowledge with proven furnace designs.

Debinding and sintering of hard metals Chamber Furnace HTK 600 GR/16-1G For debinding and sintering, Carbolite Gero developed the chamber furnace HTK 600 GR/16-1G. This is a graphite furnace with a maximum temperature of 1600°C. It is equipped with a usable volume of 600 l, and a roots pumping unit which is used for fine vacuum operation as well as for fast cooling purposes. The

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e Manufacturing: Challenges of Heat Treatment in Neuhausen, Germany. fast cooling unit increases the availability of the furnace thanks to a cooling time of only seven hours at full load. A single stage rotary vane pump is used as a pre pump as well as for partial pressure operation of the furnace. The latter is especially important to give the user full freedom in adjusting the parameters to gain optimum diffusion properties for Cobalt (Co). The binder is collected in a condensate trap and is automatically released after each heat cycle. Application Hard Metals The HTK can be used to fabricate saw tools for various kinds of application. Those could be wood working tools, rotating tools, window or glass cutting tools etc. The small saw blades mainly consist of tungsten carbide (WC). A small amount of Cobalt (Co) and Titan (Ti) is also included. Mixed with polymeric binder (Paraffin), the powder is pressed into its final shape. Within a graphite furnace both debinding and sintering is performed. During debinding a controlled gas flow to protect the furnace is important. During sintering at 1450°C max., the temperature must be controlled very precisely to preserve the small grain sizes of the carbides. With a defined partial pressure atmosphere during the sintering step, Cobalt is diffusing towards the surface of the saw blades. This diffusion process allows to avoid a sputtering step afterwards, but requires high precision of atmosphere control in the furnace. Millions of tips for cutting tools are produced per day all over the world.

Application details of tungsten carbide (WC) production The Different Process Steps In a first step around 95% WC, 3% Co and 2% of Ta, Ti and others are available as powders with a defined grain size. The grain size is known from the raw material. Typical sizes are in the range of 0.8 µm. They are mixed inside a ball mill. Alcohol is added to prevent the powder from heating up during the mixing process which takes between 24 and 120 h. Depending on the varying amount

Figure 2. GLO annealing furnace

of above materials, up to 16 different WC types are created by milling. A high Cobalt content makes the final WC sample softer and a low content makes it harder. Hardness is measured by the Vickers method (HV). The next step is spray drying to get rid of the alcohol used during the mixing procedure. Together with alcohol a liquid mixture is created. Using hot nitrogen gas flowing over the liquid, the alcohol is removed and solid particles remain. Those particles are tumbled and filtered. Since there is still 2% of paraffin inside, the particles are shapeable. Now the WC particles, including the paraffin, are pressed into the final shape using moulds. The so-called green parts are ready for debinding and sintering which is done inside a graphite furnace in a vacuum. During debinding, which happens between 280°C and 320°C, the paraffin is removed by evaporation. The binder is pulled towards the pumping

unit through a condensate trap where it is condensed again. After that the paraffin can be easily released and recycled. During the debinding procedure, a temperature increase of the gas outlet can be observed. This is due to the high mass of the paraffin which creates an impact and heats up the tubings. At 650°C a dwell time is introduced. Due to the large surface of the small samples, residual oxidation exists which is now removed by this intermediate dwell. It results in the release of CO2. The next dwell is carried out at 1225°C. The Co is melting and hence diffusing into the pores of the WC grains. This reduces the porosity and increases the final density of the material. The final sintering step is carried out at 1430°C. By an intended drop of the temperature to 1200°C and an adjacent increase to 1430°C again, Co diffuses towards the surface of the material. This is helpful to avoid any sputtering steps after the sintering. Furthermore, it is

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necessary to have Co on the surface when the WC tips are brazed on circular saw blades. A pure WC surface, or worse a carbon-covered surface, cannot be brazed afterwards. Carbon-covered surfaces may result from inadequate debinding conditions. Soldering is done after the heat treatment process in the air by a CuAg solder. The WC is sharpened by grinding the final product.

Analysis of the sintered samples The material is analysed by XRF to determine the chemical composition of WC, Co, etc. X-rays are generated and focused to a mm spot size on the sample. The material’s secondary X-ray’s energy is characteristic for the element of the sample. The hardness of the material is tested with the Vickers method. Density is determined by an optical microscope. It is aimed to be around 99.94 % of the final density.

Figure 3. Carbolite Gero’s first seminar on MIM in Neuhausen, Germany

The sintered samples are analysed in an SEM with EDX possibility. The “Z-contrast” is used to determine the surface quality. If carbon residues from an improper removal of the paraffin are on the surface it can be detected by dark areas. Co has a brighter colour. Co on the surface is highly desired to prevent

sputtering steps after the sintering. The brightest colour is generated by the W material because of its highest number of protons inside (Z-contrast). The pictures are generated with a primary electron energy of 20 keV. The determination of the surface quality is done by a comparison of the pictures.

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ROTARY TILTING FURNACE

The world’s biggest rotary tilting furnace for aluminium recycling supplied by GHI Smart Furnaces One of the most important aluminium recycling companies in Europe commissioned GHI Smart Furnaces the supply of a tilting rotary furnace of 65 tons for its plant in Spain, this is the world’s biggest furnace of this kind ever manufactured.

The furnace is in operation at Befesa Asua, one of the most important aluminium recycling companies in Europe. The furnace, with a capacity of 65 tons, exceeds 30 percent the previous record, established by GHI with its supply to Fracsa Alloys located in Mexico. The new furnace, the current one, is also a considerable size equipment, since it weighs about 150 tons, is 8.5 metres long and 5.5 meters high, uses natural gas and oxygen as fuel and reaches working temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Celsius. The furnace will improve the costs per ton as it replaces a fixed-axis equipment with higher salt consumption and lower energy efficiency. In addition, it will be sensorised, which will provide the basis for designing a management model of the installation in which the “eye and expertise” of the operator loses weight in decision-making. The furnace recovers the aluminium from the low quality scrap and produces a waste of contaminants significantly lower than the traditional models, in addition its geometry facilitates the emptying and cleaning of the dross. The equipment has an advanced technological component as it is fully integrated within Industry 4.0. It has advanced sensorisation capable of transmitting more than 1,000 values per second to be analysed by Big Data systems and specialised engineers in GHI.

This allows the customer to have suggestions for improvement, predictive and preventive maintenance and assistance to use the installation. “From our facilities in Spain we can monitor all the key parameters of the furnace in real time and we can advise our customer on how to optimise its operation”, highlights Jose Berasategui, General Director of GHI.

About the company GHI is an industrial engineering company with a high technological and innovation component, focused in developing customised solutions. With more than 80 years of experience, GHI designs and manufactures turnkey plants and industrial furnaces for melting, heat treating and heating any type of metal. GHI has equipped hundreds of companies from different sectors such as automotive, aeronautics, railway, steelworks, renewable energy, among others that sum up to 8.000 references around the world. GHI’s equipment uses cuttingedge technology, which enables the identification of anomalies, provides support for in-use improvement, and plans predictive maintenance activities.

Installation of the 65tn furnace.

Further information: Adriana Torres www.ghihornos.com

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ADD THE DATES TO YOUR DIARY

Applying Industry 4.0 to the aluminium industry Aluminium manufacturers are constantly looking to improve the efficiency of their production processes and are relying upon increasingly sophisticated digital technologies to streamline their operations. In such a fast-moving world, characterised by complex Internet-based manufacturing systems, Future Aluminium Forum 2019 is a must-attend event for aluminium professionals who want to unravel the mysteries and get to grips with the complexities of Industry 4.0. This international technology conference will draw upon the unrivalled expertise of aluminium industry professionals, production technologists and academics, to create an event designed specifically for those seeking a greater understanding of ‘smart manufacturing’. The canvas will be broader, the net spread wider and other linked topics – such as 3D printing, artificial intelligence, automation, robotics, and ‘social product development’ – will be high on the agenda. The Future Aluminium Forum is a live discussion that will examine how Industry 4.0 and digitalisation will revolutionise aluminium manufacturing and analyse the benefits that can be gained from doing so. Expect lively conversation, animated discussion panels and plenty of networking opportunities in Warsaw, Poland on 22-23 May 2019. TO SPONSOR/EXHIBIT: Ken Clark International Sales Director +44 (0) 1737 855 117 kenclark@quartzltd.com

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ELECTRIC BOX FURNACE

Electric box furnace for heat treating industrial valve parts and various tool steels L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc., has supplied an electric box furnace to a plant located in Louisiana that is a global supplier of large industrial valves for various industries. This is the fifth L&L furnace supplied to this facility. The furnace is used to both heat treat and temper various rings and seals deployed in the manufacturing of valves used in the power-generation field. It is also used for general heat treating of various steels prior to machining. The furnace has an effective work zone of 34” wide by 34” high by 32”

deep. A complete digital control system, overtemperature protection and temperature recorder are included. There is also an audible alarm to signal an overtemperature or event condition along with a NEMA12 panel with fused disconnect. The furnace door is a horizontal-style door with a double pivot that allows for the hot face to be kept away from the operator. All L&L furnaces can be configured with various options and be specifically tailored to meet your thermal needs. L&L also offers furnaces equipped with

pyrometry packages to meet ASM2750E and soon-to-be-certified MedaCred guidelines. Options include a variety of control and recorder configurations. A three-day, all-inclusive startup service is included with each system within the continental US and Canada. International startup and training service is available by factory quote. If precise temperature control and uniformity is key to your process, then L&L’s XLE series is a great choice.

For more information contact: Thomas Schultz, Sales Manager, L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Web: www.llfurnace.com

Model XLE3636 large electric box furnace for heat treating valve parts

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FURNACE COOLING TIPS

The furnace cooling system: Five tip It is essential for a vacuum furnace to function correctly: Expensive downtime is unacceptable regardless of which industry you are in. So, here are five tips for preventing faults caused by the process water in the cooling system or the use of unsuitable equipment. Lastly, to conclude, read what happens during an emergency situation...

1.

3.

WHY PROCESS WATER MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE

WHAT IS THE RIGHT TEMPERATU

Corrosion, deposits, microbiological growth can have devastating effects on the cooling system. The process water must maintain specific purity standards, similar to those required for a boiler. For example, it must not be corrosive, it must not be demineralised, it must not contain dissolved oxygen and it must not contain fine sand in suspension to

The water in the process cycle promotes rapid heat dissipation. But be careful, because if the water temperature is too high, especially during the shutdown phase for cooling and the hardening of the load, this can damage the vacuum furnace. Inside the furnace, a gas-water heat exchanger exchanges heat with the load and the parts of the furnace itself (such as the heat chamber and resistor), heating the water circulating in the exchanger. This heating must not exceed the temperature threshold (approx. 60°C) at which the salts contained and dissolved in the water will separate and attach themselves to the metal, creating solid deposits in a layer inside the heat exchanger itself or in the various circuits, reducing the sections for water flow. Filling the various circuits with excessively hot water can create structural distortions in the parts of the vacuum furnace most subject to heat stress. For example, the power feedthroughs in the copper conductor can reach melting point and cause water to fill the

avoid clogging the cooling circuits, etc. The best management of the cooling system requires checking a small number of important chemical, physical and microbiological parameters. The analyses needed for these checks are very simple and do not require special preparation or equipment which is expensive or hard to find.

2. OPEN OR CLOSED CIRCUIT? KEEP AN EYE ON THE OXYGEN! A suitable cooling system ensures maximum thermal efficiency. However, for efficient and problemfree operation it is essential to maintain the required values in the process water to prevent dangerous enrichment with dissolved oxygen. Unfortunately this occurs when using an open-circuit cooling system (such as a direct exchange cooling tower) with return to the tank in free fall: the water is cooled by direct exchange with the air, bringing with it a host of problems. Such as? For example, the creation of a favourable environment for bacterial growth resulting in less

efficient heat transfer due to the formation of silt or bacterial flora. For optimum heat exchange and management, closed-circuit cooling systems are preferable because they prevent the water coming into contact with the environment (and the oxygen). How? The liquid, contained in a special tank (of a size compatible with the features of the furnace) is protected on the surface by a layer of inert gas (nitrogen) which prevents the oxygen in the air from dissolving in or mixing with the water.

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ps to avoid damage 4. PROTECT THE COOLING SYSTEM FROM EXTERNAL COLD If the cooling system is located in extremely cold environments, the water tank can be equipped with a heater (electrical resistance). To avoid localised damage to parts of the system, when the vacuum furnace is turned off the circulation pumps must remain switched on.

If the cooling system is located in an area, which is not particularly cold, antifreeze (glycol) can be mixed with the water to prevent the formation of ice in the winter. But pay attention, as the glycol must not be corrosive to steel (this also applies to the problem of disposal).

Let’s take a look now on the fifth tip to ensure significant energy and cost savings, with advantages for the environment and your finances! Lastly, to conclude, I’m going to tell you what happens during a power failure of the cooling system...

5.

URE OF PROCESS WATER? vessel, destroying the graphite part in the insulation and the resistor. For the vacuum furnace to meet the considerable need for water it must have sufficient capacity (tub or tank) to quickly transfer heat from the furnace and from the load. The capacity of the tank determines the size of the system for cooling the water contained in it. Of course, the bigger the tank, the smaller the water cooling system it contains. When there are numerous furnaces, the size of the tank is calculated based on averaged values for behaviour in the respective heat cycles. The water entering the furnace must be below 25°C. This temperature has the advantage of serving all parts of the furnace, including the diffusion pump. When the water temperature reaches a greater value (up to 30°C) the circulation of the cooling water must be made independent from the diffusion pump using a chiller (cooling system using a refrigerated circuit) dedicated exclusively to this circuit.

CONSIDER THE COST OF WATER COOLING Water can be cooled with closedloop cooling towers or air coolers, with large chillers or using waterwater heat exchangers, where a source of cold water is readily available (for example water from a lake or river). Nowadays, in particular, there is a cooling system called the closed circuit adiabatic system (international patent manufacturer Alfa Laval Abatigo ABT); this is an advanced air cooler system, assisted by evaporated water, which allows considerable electricity and water savings while ensuring maximum respect for the environment. How does the closed

circuit adiabatic system work? The adiabatic cooling system lowers the temperature of the air (air-water exchange) by increasing relative humidity, i.e., saturating the air with evaporated water to reach the wet-bulb temperature. The cost of operating a cooling system which uses multiple water pumps and serves multiple furnaces can be high, especially if water delivery is not restricted during system shutdowns for short term maintenance or loading-unloading cycles which do not require any cooling.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING A POWER FAILURE OF THE SYSTEM The vacuum furnace must be cooled at all times during the process cycle. In the event of a power outage of the cooling system, 3 operations can be activated to keep the vacuum furnace safe: 1. Open a valve which is normally closed (which opens when the power supply is interrupted) from a pipe connected to the municipal water supply and, at the same time, close the valves for less important circuits in order to concentrate the flow on parts with high heat load; 2. In the absence of an external water supply, use a pump

which collects water directly from the tank, powered by the gas from the nitrogen tank (always connected to the furnace); 3. Use an electric power generator, which activates the tank pumps that send water to the furnace. Like all systems, the cooling system of your vacuum furnace also requires small adjustments to ensure efficient operation over time. And what about you? Are you constantly monitoring the cooling system to avoid damage to your vacuum furnace? 25

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ASIA 2019

WHERE THE HOLLOW GLASS INDUSTRY MEETS TO DO BUSINESS

REACHING THE ASIAN MARKET Glassman Asia will be the ideal opportunity to network with industry professionals from around the world whilst learning about the latest products and services on the market. The container glass industry is becoming more prevalent in Jakarta and surrounding areas in Indonesia. With

We are looking for producers, manufacturers and service providers within the following fields to exhibit their products and services: • Raw materials

• Processing machinery

• Batch Plants

• Laboratory services & analytical equipment

• Melting furnaces • Combustion equipment

companies such as O-I, AGC and Horn heavily investing in

• Refractories

sites around the country, there’s been an unprecedented

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• Annealing & decorating lehrs • Cold end handling materials & systems

share ideas on the future of glass making.

• Decoration materials & equipment • Instrumentation/process control systems • Turnkey plant construction services & technical assistance & training • Software providers

• Tempering/laminating plants

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REFRACTORIES

Work SMART: Ergonomics in refractory construction In today’s competitive refractories industry, it’s impossible to ignore the value ergonomics brings to the process of making the best product in the most efficient way. When we were younger, we were able to accomplish many of our tasks by pure will-power, having the strength and determination to make things happen by brute force. Even if there was an easier way, we didn’t want to waste the time over-thinking the task. So, with our impetuous behaviour, we plunged ahead - often paying for our stubbornness by injuring ourselves, breaking something, and often experiencing very sore muscles the next day. Fast forward to the present day and to the modern science of workplace ergonomics. Looking at the definition of “ergonomics” in the Webster dictionary or Wikipedia, you will find a somewhat complex meaning of the word, but in simple terms it implies “doing the same amount of work with less effort”. To the crew on a refractory construction project or on the shop floor, less effort translates into more efficiency, productivity and safety.

and welding rods to the metal welder without anyone entering the furnace, the construction workers simply tied a bucket in the middle of a rope. Creating a pulleylike system with the rope, employees on each side of the furnace could pull on the rope to deliver the various materials. This enabling technique saved the crew both time and energy.”

Complexity isn’t a requirement for improvement

Location, location, location

At times specialised tools such as mechanical assists, counter balance systems, adjustable height lift tables/ workstations, and powered equipment might be needed to help in the ergonomics process, but not always. Ordinary items such as ropes and buckets can be used on the construction site in a simple way to move refractory supplies from one place to another, saving time and reducing the potential for back injuries. Chris Smith, Safety Manager at Plibrico, observed one example of this simple rope technique while on a recent jobsite visit: “A Plibrico welder was replacing anchors in the low-overhead clearance drop-out zone section of a reheat furnace. To transport the needed anchors

Refractory construction managers often find that manufacturing and processing equipment are not always placed in the most ideal locations. While these all-toocommon situations can provide some head scratching moments, for those involved in refractory maintenance there are serious safety risks. Furnaces, boilers and smelters may be located with very little access by forklift or overhead crane, not to mention that the access doors to some processing equipment are barely large enough to pass supplies through, and debris out, during repairs. Hardly ideal. Chris Smith agrees that in the refractory construction industry, contractors do not always work with facilities that had

the foresight to locate large processing equipment in a manner that facilitates easier servicing and maintenance. “These types of logistical and ergonomic problems test even veteran supervisors and managers as they plan for rebuild or repairs of equipment,” explained Smith. “Without a comprehensive plan that includes ergonomic tools and techniques, the net result can be slow, arduous material handling issues that escalate manpower cost, extend job time and increase effort. Furthermore, it adds to the project manager’s responsibilities, and raises the possibility of injuries.” To ease the burden of complex material handling on projects, Smith stresses that preplanning is essential with special focus on ergonomic labor-saving tools like: � Roller-racks � Portable pallet jacks � Hand truck / dollies � Pallet lift tables � Portable conveyors These devices can provide increases in project speed while reducing fatigue. Some industry members point out that the equipment does add cost to the overall budget, and it takes time to transport and set up. However, ergonomics pays for itself by reducing labour-hours, and difficult material handling issues. From the construction crew’s perspective, ergonomic tools and equipment do the heavy lifting for them, providing a better work environment, a more effective use of labour talent, and less pain at the end of the day. Ergonomics help transform difficult tasks into easier, safer ones by using smart tools and equipment. Done well, incorporating ergonomics into the construction process can help remove barriers to productivity.

Further information: www.plibrico.com

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Q&A

Glass producer

Vice President and CEO, Prof Ahmet Kirman

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fired fourth furnace in Turkey Şişecam recently fired its fourth furnace at its Eskişehir plant in Turkey. Sheena Adesilu, Editorial Assistant, talks to Vice President and CEO, Prof Ahmet Kirman about its new investment and energy efficiency goals. 1. Could you give some general information about Şişecam Group and its activities? Şişecam Group is a global actor in flat glass, glassware, glass packaging and fiberglass, as well as soda and chrome compounds. The Group carries out its production activities in 13 countries with a workforce of 22,000 people, and sells its products to more than 150 countries, which constitutes nearly 60% of its total sales. Şişecam has manufacturing activities in Turkey, Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Russian Federation, Georgia, Ukraine,

top ten in soda production, and the first in chromium chemicals worldwide. The Group is also among the world’s most distinguished glass manufacturers, due to its degree of specialisation and the considerable competitive advantage of its operations. Our target is becoming one of the top three global manufacturers in our core business fields. Combining its extensive experience with an ambitious vision, Şişecam is growing as a people-oriented and environmently-friendly global company that shares, creates wealth and shapes

Glass packaging production

Egypt and India. We operate on an international scale in the fields of flat glass, glassware, glass packaging and chemicals with a total of 43 production facilities, 16 in Turkey and 27 abroad. Last year, we produced 4.8 million tonnes of glass, 2.3 million tonnes of soda ash and 4.2 million tonnes of industrial raw materials. We conduct our operations with a sense of responsibility of being the only global player active in all core areas of glass. In terms of production capacity, our Group ranked among the top three in glassware, top five in flat glass and glass packaging,

the future with products and services that add value to its stakeholders in line with its sustainable growth strategies. In order to become one of the world’s top three producers, we focus on operational excellence and follow a well-balanced growth strategy based on our policy of achieving sustainable growth and value creation. We continue this value-creating sustainable growth journey with our investments. Şişecam’s growth strategy includes both organic and inorganic investments, taking into account the market drivers of each separate business

segment and opportunities that become available. 2. How has Furnace D at the Eskişehir plant been performing since it was fired up? The furnace was fired up on the 24th of July. We started production on the 15th of August, as soon as technical requirements and glass quality standards were achieved. Currently, the furnace meets all standards of Şişecam Glass Packaging from a technical perspective. Production efficiency is also improving in line with our forecasts. 3. Have there been any challenges since you fired up the fourth furnace? We did not experience any challenges that were not foreseen prior to the launch of the furnace. Starting from the feasibility study of the furnace, we have laid out a clear, stepby-step execution plan. With the expertise of Şişecam Glass Packaging and Şişecam Science, Technology and Design Center, the project is executed with the utmost diligence. The operational excellence of the Şişecam teams has played a crucial role in launching the project as expected. 4. What are the strengths of the furnace? Furnace D is currently our biggest glasspackaging furnace in Turkey with a design capacity of 500 tonnes per day and an annual output of 150,000 tonnes. Design capacity can be augmented up to 550 tonnes per day via electrical boosting. We expect to achieve energy efficiency, lower carbon and NOx emissions and reduced environmental impact with the new furnace. In comparison to similar furnaces, Furnace D will achieve 5% lower carbon emissions. 5. How does the fourth furnace comply with your sustainable growth aim? As the leading glass packaging producer in Turkey, we aim at meeting increasing demand in the glass packaging market and put a lot of emphasis on operational excellence and sustainable growth. With

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the Furnace D investment, we have achieved an improved efficiency in our EskiĹ&#x;ehir Glass Packaging Plant, while increasing our total glass packaging production capacity in Turkey to above the 1.2 million tonnes level. 6. How has the fourth furnace been equipped in accordance with the Industry 4.0 strategy? The new furnace is equipped with state-ofthe-art technology according to Industry 4.0, with an annual production capacity of 150,000 tonnes. This investment of $66 million is a reflection of our investment policies based on sustainable growth and high performance. Starting from the batch plant and the furnace, all production lines up to packaging and loading are designed with the highest level of automation. Our goal is to continue this automation effort in a more integrated way in the upcoming months. 7. What do you hope to achieve in the upcoming year with the new furnace? As the new furnace has the most technologically advanced production

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lines, machinery and equipment, we aim to achieve an increased level of efficiency and flexibility. With an additional 150,000-tonnes/year-production capacity, we will be able to meet the demands of our customers, especially end product sectors. 8. Do you have any plans to invest in any more furnaces? As a multinational company with global brands competing in various markets, we keep a close eye on developments in the global and regional economy, and formulate our strategies and business models under a proactive approach. In other words, we rely on the careful and diligent execution of our global vision and business model, backed by a correctly designed corporate structure. In this regard, Turkey with its dynamic population and growing economy is our main base and we have the ability to serve the domestic demand well from our

existing plants in Turkey. As a result of the market potential, we have completed and declared some investments to increase our production capacity in our glass packaging and flat glass businesses. At the beginning of this year, we announced a new furnace investment plan at our flat glass factory in Polatlı, Ankara. We will invest approximately $127 million in a new 220,000 tonnes/year furnace. This project targets potential demand in the Turkish market, and involves the commissioning of a second furnace at the Polatlı Flat Glass Plant. The new furnace investment will increase the annual production capacity of the plant to 520,000 tonnes. The investment will increase the Group’s flat glass production capacity in Turkey to 1.9 million tonnes and contribute to our product diversity in the flat glass segment. We have also recently declared another new furnace investment. We will build

a fourth furnace at the Mersin Glass Packaging Plant with an investment of $18.2 million. The new furnace will have an annual production capacity of 80,000 tonnes per year. Our Group is continuously modernising its existing facilities in light of technological developments. Similar to the new furnace at the Eskişehir Glass Packaging Plant, the one in Mersin will also be equipped with the most advanced technology as an implication of our Industry 4.0 vision. With this new furnace, our glass packaging production capacity in Turkey will reach 1.3 million tonnes annually. Consequently, Şişecam Group continuously improves its capacity and technological strength through its innovation, creativity and expertise while looking to the future with confidence on the strength of its product and service quality that complies with the changing market conditions. We will continue to create value for our all stakeholders.

Şişecam Turkey Istanbul, Turkey www.sisecam.com.tr/en/

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Temperature monitoring and surveying (TUS) solutions for carburizing of automotive components By Dr Steve Offley, Product Marketing Manager PhoenixTM Carburizing Process Carburizing has rapidly become one of the most critial heat treatment processes employed in the manufacture of automotive components. Also refered to as Case hardening it provides necessary surface resitance to wear, whilst maintaining toughness and core strength essential for hardworking automotive parts. The carburizing heat treatment process is commonly applied to low carbon steel parts after machining, as well as high alloy steel bearings, gears, and other components. Being critical to product performance, monitoring and controlling the product temperture in the heat treatment process, is essential. The carburizing process is achieved by heat treating the product in a carbon rich environemnt typically at a temperature of 900 - 1050°C / 1652 – 1922°F. The temperature and process time influences significantly the depth of carbon diffusion and associated surface characteristics. Critical to the process is following diffusion a rapid quenching of the product is performed in which the temperature is rapidly decreased to generate the microstructure giving the enhanced surface hardness whilst maintaining a soft and tough product core. Increasing in popularity in the

carburizing market is the use of batch or semi-continuous batch Low Pressure Carburizing Furnaces. New furnace technology employs the dissociation of Acetylene (or propane) to produce carbon in an oxygen free low pressure vacuum environment, which diffuses to a controlled depth in the steel surface. Following the diffusion the product is transfered to a high pressure gas quench chamber where the product is rapidly gas cooled using typicall N2 or Helium up to 20 bar. An alternative to gas quenching is the use of an oil quench, used commonly in continuous carburizing furnaces where the products are plunged into an oil bath.

Temperature Monitoring Challengese in Low Pressure Carburizing As already stated the Carburizing process success is governed by a careful control of both the process temperature and duration in the heating and quench stages. Obviously when considering temperature we are interested in the product temperature not the furnace. Measuring product temperature through a carburizing process although possible using trailing thermocouples, as performed historically, is certainly not easy, safe and distrupts production for lengthy periods.

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Figure 1. Schematics of the LPC Carburizing process showing the Temperature and Pressure steps

Figure 2. PhoenixTM PTM1220 20 Channel IP67 Data logger

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Figure 3. Thermal Barrier Designed Specifically for LPC with Gas Quench. (i)

TS02-130 low height barrier designed for space limiting LPC furnaces with low performance gas quenches (<1 bar). Only 130mm / 5.1 inch high so ideal

for small parts. Available with Quench Deflector kit. (0.9 hours @ 1740 °F / 950 °C).

(ii)

Open barrier showing PTM1220 logger installed within phase change heatsink.

(iii)

TS02-350 High Performance LPC barrier fitted with Quench Deflector capable of withstanding 20 bar N2 Quench. (350mm / 13.8 inch WOQD 4.5 hours @

1740 °F / 950 °C).

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Quench Deflect Kit showing that lid supported on its own support legs so pressure not applied to barrier lid.

PhoenixTM provides a superior solution with the use of a ‘Thru-Process’ temperature monitoring system. As the name suggests the PhoenixTM temperature profiling system is designed to travel through the thermal process measuring the product and or furnace environment from start to finish. The system can be incorporated into a standard production run so does not compromise productivity. A high accuracy, multi-channel data logger records temperature from thermocouple inputs, located at points of interest on, in or around the product being thermally treated. To protect the data logger as it travels through the hostile furnace a thermal barrier is employed to keep the logger at a safe working temperature to prevent damage and ensure accuracy of

measurement. The barrier also obviously needs to protect during the quench whether that be against high pressure or oil ingress, if the quench can’t be avoided. Employing the PhoenixTM system a complete thermal record of the product throughout the entire process can be collected. A popular enhancement to the system is the use of 2-way RF telemetry providing real time process monitoring direct from the furnace, useful for either profiling or performing a live Temperature Uniformity Survey (TUS). The product temperature can be viewed live and downloaded at any point in the furnace. Raw temperature data collected from the process can be converted into useful information using one of the custom designed PhoenixTM Thermal View Software packages available. The thermal

graph can be reviewed and analysed to give a traceable, certified record of the process performance. Such information is critical to satisfy CQI-9, AMS2750 and other regulatory demands. Fully TUS Compliant reports can be produced in moments from the simple and intuitive software, making accurate TUS a simple and quick task. Information can be used to not only prove product quality but provide the means to confidently change process characteristics to improve productivity and process efficiency (Optimize Diffusion, Soak and Quench).

PhoenixTM Data logger Range Data loggers can be provided in a variety of configurations to suit the specific demands of the process being monitored. Models ranging from 6 to 20

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Figure 3a. Barrier – Reinforced 310 SS strengthened and reinforced at critical points to minimize distortion (>1000°C / 1832°F HT or Ultra HT Microporous Insulation to reduce shrinkage issues) Close pitched Cu Plated Rivets (Less Carbon Pick Up) reducing barrier wall warpage

High temperature heavy duty robust and distortion resistant catches. No thread seizure issue. Barrier lid expansion plate reduces distortion from rapid temperature changes.

Phase change heat sink providing additional thermal protection in barrier cavity. Dual probe Exits for 20 probes with replaceable wear strips. (low cost maintenance)

Figure 4. Oil Quench Barrier Design Concept Schematic (i) Sacrificial replaceable insulation block replaced each run,

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(ii) Robust outer structural frame keeping Insulation and Inner barrier secure. (iii) Internal completely sealed Thermal Barrier. (iv) Thermocouples exit through water / oil tight compression fittings.

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TXR-1000

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Figure 5. Schematic of RF Telemetry Real Time Monitoring Network

channels can be provided with a variety of thermocouple options (types K, N, R, S, B) to suit measurement temperature and accuracy demands (AMS2750 & CQI-9). Provided with Bluetooth wireless connection for short range localised download and reset (direct from within the barrier) the logger memory of 3.8M allows even the longest processes to be measured with highest resolution to deliver the detail you need. An optional unique 2-way telemetry package offers live real time logger control and process monitoring with the benefits detailed in a later section.

LPC or Continuous Carburizing with Oil Quench – the Design challenge Although commonly used in Carburizing, oil quenches have historically been impossible to monitor. In most situations monitoring equipment has been forced to be removed from the process between carburizing and quenching steps to prevent equipment damage and potential

process safety issues. As the quench is a critical part of the complete carburizing process many companies have longed for a means by which they can monitor and control their oil quench hardening process. Such information is critical to avoid part distortion and allow full optimisation of hardening operation. When designing a quench system (Thermal Barrier) the following important considerations need to be taken into account. � Data logger must be safe working temperature and dry (oil free) throughout process. � Internal pressure of sealed system needs to be minimised. � Complexity of operation, and any distortion needs to be minimized. � Cost per trial has to be realistic to make it a viable proposition. To address the challenges of the oil quench PhoenixTM developed a radical new barrier design concept summarised in Figure 4. This design has successfully been applied to many different oil quench processes providing protection through the complete carburizing furnace, oil quench and part wash cycles.

Innovative Thermal Barrier Design The Carburizing process by its nature is very demanding when considering protection of the datalogger from high temperatures and rapid temperature and pressure changes experienced in either the gas or oil quench. Unique innovative barrier solutions have been developed for such applications by PhoenixTM.

Low Pressure Carburizing (LPC) with High Pressure Gas Quench – the Design Challenge A range of thermal barriers are available to cover the different carburizing process specifications. As shown in Figure 3 the performance needs to be matched to temperature, pressure and obviously space limitations in the LPC chamber. The barrier design is made to allow robust operation run after run where conditions are demanding in terms of material warpage. Some of the key design features are listed in Figure 3a.

Figure 6. Thermal View SW Displaying the Temperature Profile from a Carburizing with Gas Quench Process Max / Min

Check maximum and minimum product temperature over whole product or

product basket through phases of process carburizing, diffusion and quench. Time @Temp

Confirm that the soak time above required carburizing temperature is sufficient for correct carbon diffusion and surface properties.

Temperature Slopes

Measure the quench rate of the product to ensure that the hardening process

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Live Radio Communication

Figure 7. Typical TUS thermocouple Positions – 9 Point Survey. Furnace void corners and center.

The logger is available with a unique 2-way RF system option allowing live monitoring of temperatures as the system travels through the carburizing processes. Furthermore, if necessary using the RF system it is possible to communicate with the logger, installed in the barrier, to reset/download at any point pre, during and post-run. Provided with a high performance ‘Lwmesh’ networking protocol the RF signal can be transmitted through a series of routers linked back to the main coordinator connected to the monitoring PC. The routers are located at convenient points in the process, positioned to maximise signal reception. Being wirelessly connected they eliminate the inconvenience of routing communication cables or providing external power as needed on other commercial RF systems. In many processes there will be locations where it is physically impossible to transmit a strong RF signal. In carburizing obviously within the oil quench, the RF signal is not capable of escaping when the system is submerged. With conventional systems this results in process data gaps. For the PhoenixTM system this is prevented using a unique fully automatic ‘catch up’ feature. Any data that is missed will be sent when the RF signal is re-established post quench guaranteeing in most applications 100% thru-process data review.

Thru-Process Data Analysis and Temperature Uniformity Surveys (TUS)

Top front left Top front right Top back left Top back right Centre Base front left Base front right Base back left Base back right

Figure 8. PhoenixTM TUS System

In thru-process temperature monitoring the data logger collects raw process data direct from the product or furnace as it follows the standard production flow. To understand the data to allow process control and optimisation a Thermal View software analysis package is used. Using a range of analysis tools, the engineer can interpret the raw data. Key analysis calculations can be performed such as in Figure 6.

AMS2750E and CQI-9 Temperature Uniformity Surveys A significant challenge for many heat treaters is the need to provide products certified to either AMS2750 (Aerospace) or CQI-9 (Automotive). To achieve this accreditation Furnace Temperature Uniformity Surveys (TUS) must be

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performed at regular intervals to prove that the furnace set-point temperatures are both accurate and stable over the working volume of the furnace. Historically the furnace survey has been performed with great difficulty trailing thermocouples into the heat zone. Although possible in a batch process when considering a semi batch or continuous process this is a significant technical challenge with considerable compromises as summarised below (Figure 7): Trailing Thermocouple TUS Process Steps � TUS often carried out using long or ‘trailing’ thermocouples that exit through furnace door � Furnace often needs to be cooled, then de-gassed so TUS frame can be set up in furnace � Thermocouples then led out through furnace door & connected to data logger or chart recorder � Furnace then heated to surveying temperatures � Survey then carried out, after which furnace cooled, and thermocouples removed Disadvantages of Traditional TUS Process � Lots of furnace downtime may be involved (can be up to 24 hours) � Thermocouples have to exit the furnace door – This may involve ‘wedging’ the door up, or ‘grooving’ out the hearth to get thermocouples out – Or thermocouples may get caught in furnace door � Significant technician’s time taken up preparing report Applying the ‘Thru-Process’ approach to TUS the measurement system is transferred into the furnace with the survey frame allowing the setup process to be done quickly, safely and repeatably. (See Figure 8) Operating the System with RF

Figure 9. PhoenixTM Thermal View Survey Software showing a TUS Profile at two set survey temperatures. The Probe map shows exactly where each probe is located and easy trace identification. Detailed TUS report generated with efficiency.

Telemetry TUS data is transferred direct from the furnace back to the monitoring PC where at each survey level, temperature stabilization and temperature overshoot can be monitored live, with TC and logger correction factors applied. The Thermal View Survey Software is developed to ensure that the final TUS report complies fully to the AMS2750E /CQI-9 standards (Figure 9). Features incorporated into the Thermal View Software to provide full TUS capability include the following; TUS Level Library - Set-up TUS level templates for quick efficient survey level specification (Survey Temp °F, Tolerance °F, Stabilization and Survey Times) TUS Frames Library - Show clearly exact TUS Frame construction and probe location using Frame Library Templates – Frame Center and 8 Vertices. Logger Correction File - Create a logger correction file to compensate TUS readings automatically from the logger’s internal calibration file.

Thermocouple Correction File Create the thermocouple correction file and use to compensate TUS readings directly. TUS Result Table & Graph View - For each TUS Temperature level see from the graph or TUS table instantaneously full survey results. Furnace Class Reporting - Report the specified Furnace Class at each Temperature level.

Overview The PhoenixTM Temperature Profiling System provides a versatile solution for both performing Product Temperature Profiling and Furnace TUS in industrial Heat Treatment. Designed specifically for the technical challenges of Low Pressure Carburizing (LPC) whether implementing either high Pressure Gas Quench or Oil Quench methodology. Providing the means to Understand, Control, Optimize and Certify the LPC Furnace and guarantee product quality and process operation efficiency and certification.

Further information: www.phoenixtm.com

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES CASTOLIN EUTECTIC Ch. de la Venoge 7, St-Sulpice 1025 Switzerland E: info@castolin.com W: www.castoliln.com CELLARIS REFRACTORIES INDIA LIMITED Unit of Carborundum Universal Limited Plot # 8, Cumisez, KD plot, Ernakulam Dt., Kochi, Kerala 683109 India Mr K N Rajan T: +91 999 449 1827 E: rajankn@cumi. murugappa.com W: www.cumi-murugappa. com/ CFT CARBON FURNACES TECHNOLOGIES B.V. Curieweg 7, Spijkenisse ZH 3218 KJ Netherlands Ing Peter Van Varik T: +31 181 669050 E: vanvarik@carbonft.nl W: www.carbonft.nl CHAPMAN BRACK CONTRACTORS LTD Faith Works, Club Mill Road, Sheffield S6 2FH United Kingdom Mr Paolo Perkins E: paolo@chapmanbrack. co.uk W: www.chapmanbrack. co.uk CHARTER TECH LIMITED Sandford Lane, Wareham Dorset BH20 4DY United Kingdom Mr Paul Burns T: +44 (0) 1929 553000 E: paul.burns@ charter-tech.com W: www.charter-tech.com

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CHEMTOOL INCORPORATED 801 W Rockton Road, Rockton, Illinois 61072 United States Mr Steve Smedberg T: +1 815 957 4140

E: sales@chemtool.com W: www.chemtool.com CIMSAMEX Carretera a laredo Km. 16.5 Col Moises Saenz, Apodaca, Nuevo Leon 66602 Mexico Jose Maldonado T: +52(81) 83852960 E: sales@chemtool.com W: www.cimsamex.com CLAYTON THERMAL PROCESSES LTD Summerton Road Oldbury, Birmingham West Midlands B69 2EL United Kingdom Mr Rob Kirk T: +44 (0) 121 511 1203 E: rk@claytonholdings. com W: www.Claytonholdings. com CMI 38 Bd Paul Cézanne, Les Miroirs, 78286 Guyancourt France Roland Hequet T: +33 (0) 6 27010052 E: roland.hequet@ cmigroupe.com W: www.cmigroupe.com COCKERILL MAINTENANCE & INGENERIE (CMI) Avenue Greiner 1, 4100 Seraing Belgium Mr Luc Malpas E: luc.malpas@cmigroupe. com W: www.cmigroupe.com COLMEGNA SRL SIZIANO (PV) Km. 8.440 Via Melegnano, Siziano, PV 27010 Italy Mr. Davide Caprioglio T: +39-0382 617964 E: commerciale@ colmegna.com W: www.colmegna.com COMBUSTOL Estrada Turística do Jaraguá, 358, São Paulo SP 05161-000 Brazil

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Mr. Argemiro Sieiro T: +55 11 3906 3000 E: faleconosco@ combustol.com.br W: www.combustol.com.br CONDAT 104 avenue Frédéric Mistral, 38670 Chasse-surRhône France Mr Jonathan Labarre T: +33 (0) 4 78 073711 E: info@condat.fr W: www.condat-lubricants. com CONSARC ENGINEERING LTD 9 Woodside, Eurocentral Holytown, North Lanarkshire ML1 4XL United Kingdom Mrs S Robertson T: +44 (0)1698 730430 E: sales@consarceng.com W: www.consarceng.com CONSOLIDATED ENGINEERING COMPANY 1971 McCollum Pkwy NW, Kennesaw GA 30144 United States Jose Medina T: +1 770 422 5100 E: jmedina@cec-intl.com W: www.cec-intl.com CONTEGO SAFETY SOLUTIONS Wearmaster House, Malthouse Lane Hurstpierpoint West Sussex BN6 9LA United Kingdom Mr Jim Lewis T: +44 (0)1273 831800 E: info@contegosafety. co.uk W: www.contegosafety. co.uk CONTRACT HEAT TREATMENT ASSOCIATION c/o SEA/BATF, Federation House, 10 Vyse Street Birmingham Other B18 6LT United Kingdom Mr Alan J Hick

T: +44 (0)121 3292970 E: mail@chta.co.uk W: www.chta.co.uk CONTROL INSTRUMENTS CORP. 25 Law Drive, Fairfield NJ 07004 United States Jeff Sampson T: +1 973 575 9114 E: sales@ controlinstruments.com W: www.controlinstruments. com COUPLINGS COMPANY, INC. 570 Bond St. Lincolnshire IL 60069 United States Mark Hildenbrand T: +1 847 634 8990 E: sales@couplingscompany. com W: www.brassfittings.com DANIELS FANS LTD Dafen Industrial Park, Llanelli, South Wales SA14 8QR United Kingdom Mr Stuart Lloyd T: +44 (0) 1554 752148 E: slloyd@danielsfans. com W: www.danielsfans.com DATSUN ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY C-12, Sai Residency, Vijay Nagar, Kalewadi, Pimpri, Pune, Maharashtra 411017 India Mr Vinod Shinde T: +91 956 125 9309 E: datsunprojects@gmail. com W: www.facebook.com/ datsunprojects DE WINTER ENGINEERING BV Houweg 2, Elst (U) 3921DB Netherlands Mr. Ernst-Jan de Winter T: +31 318 471735 E: dewinter@dewinterengineering.com W: www.dewinterengineering. com

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES DEAR SAS AGENT OF FIVES NORTH AMERICA COMBUSTION INC. Corso Dante 203, Asti 14100 Italy Mr Dino Costa T: +39 335 8190132 E: dinocosta@dearsas. com W: www.dearsas.eu DEEPAK INDUSTRIES Harmesh Apt, E-10, B-Wing, Borivali (W), Poinsor, Bhatt Lane Maharashtra, Mumbai India Mr Prakash Shah T: +91 983 340 7823 E: coalcoke@yahoo.com W: www.pcf.co.in DENCO LUBRICATION LTD Ramsden Court, Rotherwas Industrial Estate, Hereford Herefordshire HR2 6LR United Kingdom Mr Stephen Hayward T: +44 (0) 1432 365000 E: steve.hayward@ bijurdelimon.co.uk W: www.bijurdelimon.co.uk DIBENEDETTO APPRAISAL SERVICES, MEMBER TDI GRP. PO Box 38591, 700 Blaw Aveneue, First Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15238 United States Mr David DiBenedetto T: +1 412 826 4950 E: drd@tdigrp.com W: www.tdigrp.com DISMATEC LIMITED Omina One, Queen Street Sheffield, South Yorkshire S1 2DG United Kingdom Mr Michael Horsfield T: +44 (0)114 279 2618 E: info@dismatecglassplant. com W: www.dismatecglassplant. com

DM CONSULTING via IV Novembre 1/A, Cervignano D’Adda Lodi 26832 Italy Eng Daniela Messina E: d.messina.dmconsulting@ gmail.com W: www.fusiontec.eu DNETWO Speditionstraße 15a, Düsseldorf NRW 40221 Germany Lisa Tanzer T: +49 0211 976312 11 E: info@dnetwo.de W: www.dnetwo.de DONGYANG A.K 47, Wonhapgang 1-gil, Yeondong-myeon Sejong 30067 South Korea Mr. JongHoen Kim T: +82 10 3638 3727 E: jirungi903@naver.com W: www.dyakk.co.kr DUKHIRAM MAURYA ENGINEERING. & REFRACTORY WORKS (INDIA) P. LTD. B-304, Universal Business Park, Kamani Oil Mill Lane, Chandivali, Sakinaka Mumbai, Maharashtra 400072 India Mr. Rajnath Maurya T: +91 982 051 2934 E: info@dukhiram.in W: www.dukhiramenggfurnace.com DUOMO (UK) LTD 5 The Furlong, Berry Hill Industrial Estate, Droitwich Worcestershire WR9 9AH United Kingdom Mr Jonathan Farmer T: +44 (0) 1905 797989 E: sales@duomo.co.uk W: www.duomo.co.uk E2SL Energy House, The Stonerow Way Parkgate, Rotherham S60 1SG United Kingdom Mr Robert Hall T: +44 (0)1709 521144

E: emma@e2sl.co.uk W: www.e2sl.co.uk EBNER FURNACES, INC. 224 Quadral Drive, Wadsworth, Ohio 44281 United States Mr. Herbert Gabriel T: +1 330 3351600 E: sales@ebnerfurnaces. com W: www.ebner.cc ECLIPSE, INC 1665 Elmwood Road, Rockford, IL 61103 United States Mr Jim Roberts T: +1 815 877 3931 E: info@eclipsenet.com W: www.eclipsenet.com ECO TECHNICAL CERAMICS Units 2 & 3 Waters Meeting, Britannia Way Bolton Greater Manchester BL2 2HH United Kingdom Mr Derek Sharp T: +44 (0)1204 533183 E: graham.bratley@ ecotechnicalceramics.com W: www.ecotechnical ceramics.com EFFMAG LTD. Tekniikantie 12, Espoo 2150 Finland Mr Jari Puhakka T: +358 407 000482 E: sales@effmag.com W: www.effmag.com EGB VACUUM LTD Unit 30, Earith Business Park, Earith Cambridgeshire PE28 3QF United Kingdom Mr Edward Barnes T: +44 (0)1487 840123 E: Sales@egb-vacuum. co.uk W: www.egb-vacuum. co.uk

EGETRAC ENTREPRISE DE GENIE CIVIL EQUIPEMENT ET TRAVAUX DE TUYAUTERIE & CHAUDRONNERIE 29 Rue Tahrane Quartier Industriel, Agadir Souss Massa Daraa 80004 Morocco Mr Mohamed Eljady T: +212(6) 61389986 E: egetrac@egetrac.com W: www.egetrac.com ELBOY INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS Germany : Anhaltstr. 30 14943 Luckenwalde, Turkey : Elbasan Way Harput Industrial Zone No: 75 B Istanbul Marmara Teltow Flaming Germany Mr. Berkin Ekiz T: +90 545 545 72 79 E: info@elboy.com.tr W: www.elboy.com.tr ELITE THERMAL SYSTEMS LTD 6 Stuart Road, Market Harborough Leicestershire LE19 9PQ United Kingdom Mr Alfred Roberts T: +44 (0)1858 469834 E: sales@elitefurnaces. com W: www.elitefurnaces.com ELKEM CERAMITE PO Box 8126, Vaagsbygd Kristiansand 4675 Norway Mr Robert Howard T: +44 (0)7747 601215 E: robert.howard@elkem. no W: www.elkem.com ELNIK SYSTEMS, LLC. 107 Commerce Road, Cedar Grove New Jersey 07009 United States Mr Claus Joens T: +1 973 239 6066 E: elnik@elnik.com W: www.elnik.com 4

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES ELSTER THERMAL SOLUTIONS Unit 9 The Croft, Buntsford Drive, Bromsgrove Worcestershire United Kingdom Mr Lee Halley T: +44 (0)1527 888820 E: lee.halley@elster.com W: www.kromschroder. co.uk EMG AUTOMATION GMBH Industriestr. 1, Wenden Nordrhein-Westfalen 57482 Germany Karl-Heinz Fröhning E: info@emg-automation. com W: www.emg-automation. com ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LTD Energy House, The Stonerow Way Parkgate Rotherham S60 1SG United Kingdom Mr Robert Hall T: +44 (0)1709 529631 E: enquiries@e2sl.co.uk W: www.e2sl.co.uk ENG. ROSES INTERNATIONAL VIA Monferrato, 23, Cocconato, ASTI 14023 Italy Mr. Carlos Roses T: +39 32 97 796779 E: carlos.roses@ rosesandwayler.com W: www.rosesandwayler. com EPCON INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS P.O. Box 7060, The Woodlands, TX 77387 United States Mr. Nedzad Hadzajlic T: +1 936 273 3300 E: epcon@epconlp.com W: www.epconlp.com

ERNST B WESTMAN LTD 43, Lower Street, Merriott Somerset TA16 5NL United Kingdom Mr Peter Westman T: +44 (0)1823 321844 E: ebw@dircon.co.uk W: www.ebwestman.co.uk

F.I.C. (UK) LIMITED Longrock Industrial Estate, Penzance Cornwall TR20 8HX United Kingdom Mr Stuart Hakes T: +44 (0)1736 366962 E: general@fic-uk.com W: www.fic-uk.com

ESOTERMICA SRL Via G. Marconi 39, Cazzago Brabbia Varese 21020 Italy Mr. Stefano Frailis T: +39 033 2283284 E: stefano.frailis@ esotermica.it W: www.esotermica.it

FAN SYSTEMS GROUP LTD Witt House, Shelf Mills, Wade House Road, Shelf Halifax West Yorkshire HX3 7BJ United Kingdom Mr Neil McAlister T: +44 (0)1274 694999 E: neil.mcalister@ fansystems.co.uk W: www.fansystems.co.uk

EUROBOND ADHESIVES LTD Bonham Drive, Eurolink Industrial Estate Sittingbourne, Kent ME10 3RY United Kingdom Mr Simon Dearing T: +44 (0)1795 427888 E: sales@eurobondadhesives.co.uk W: www.eurobondadhesives.co.uk EUROFOIL LUXEMBOURG S.A. ZI Riedgen - BP 91, Dudelange L-3401 Luxembourg Dr-Ing. Bruno Rizoulieres E: bruno.rizoulieres@ eurofoil.com W: www.eurofoil.com EUROTHERM BY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 44621 Guilford Dr. Suite 100, Ashburn Virginia 20147 United States Peter Sherwin T: +1 703 334 1888 E: paul.schinkel@ schneider-electric.com W: www.eurotherm.com

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FERCELL ENGINEERING LTD Unit 1, Old Mill Lane, Aylesford Kent ME20 7DT United Kingdom Mr Malcolm Fletcher T: +44 (0)1622 791414 E: info@fercell.com W: www.fercell.com FEVISA Carretera San Felipe KM 9, Colonia Colorado 1 Mexicali, Bajaj California 21740 Mexico Mr. Fernando Soberanes T: +(686) 904 5412 E: fernando.soberanes@ fevisa.com W: www.fevisa.COM FIVES STEIN 108 avenue de la liberté, 94700 Maisons Alfort France Mr Genaud Alain E: alain.genaud@ fivesgroup.com W: www.fivesgroup.com

FLUKE PROCESS INSTRUMENTS RAYTEK/IRCON/ DATAPAQ BRANDS 1201Shaffer Road, Santa Cruz CA 95060 United States Mr William Adaschik T: +1 831-458-3900 E: solutions@ flukeprocessinstruments. com W: www.flukeprocessinstruments.com FREDERICKS COMPANY, THE | TELEVAC 2400 Philmont Avenue, Huntingdon Valley Pennsylvania 19006 United States Anna Maria Steriti T: +1 215 947 2500 E: sales@televac.com W: www.frederickscompany. com/televac-vacuummeasurement FUEL APPLICATIONS LIMITED 104 Robert Street, Hamilton Ontario L8L2P5 Canada Frans Osterman T: +1 905 525-9700 E: info@fuelapplications. ca W: www.fuelapplications. ca FURNACE ENGINEERING PTY LTD 50 Howleys Road, Notting Hill VIC 3169 Australia Mr Robert Crellin T: +61 3 9544 2922 E: info@furnace.com.au W: www.furnace.com.au

FLAMMATEC, SPOL. S R.O. Rokytnice 60, Vsetin 75501 Czech Republic Mr Petr Vojtech E: sales@flammatec.com W: www.flammatec.com www.furnaces-international.com


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Quartz House, 20 Clarendon Road Redhill, Surrey RH1 1QX United Kingdom Mrs E Horn T: +44(0)1737 855136 E: esmehorn@quartzltd. com W: www.furnaces-international.com FUSIONTEC S.R.L. Via Mario Carraro, 9/11, Montecchio Maggiore Vicenza 36075, Italy Mr. Pietro Agnetti T: +39 344 0468762 E: p.agnetti@fusiontec.eu W: www.fusiontec.eu G&G STEEL INC. PO Box 179, 15825 Industrial Drive Russellville, Alabama, Russville 35653 United States VP Bret Gist T: +1 256 332 6652 E: bgist@ggsteel.com W: www.ggsteel.com/ contact_us.htm G&T ASSOCIATES (SERVICES) LTD Unit 5 Tawe Business Village, Phoenix Way, Swansea Enterprise Park Swansea SA7 9LA United Kingdom Mr Ray Jones T: +44 (0)1792 321202 E: ray.jones@gtassociates.co.uk W: www.gtassociates. co.uk GARDEN CITY FAN COMPANY, DIV OF HOWDEN 1701 Terminal Road, Suite B, Niles, Michigan 49120 United States John Tiffany T: +1 269 687 1248

E: john.tiffany@howden. com W: www.howden.com

E: info@gigasense.se W: www.gigasense.se

GASKETS INC 301 W. HWY. 16, Rio WI 53960 United States Dan Tomlinson T: +1 920 992 3137 E: info@gasketsinc.com W: www.gasketsinc.com

GILLESPIE & POWERS INC. 9550 True Drive, St. Louis MO 63132 United States Mr. Ian Marsh T: +1 314 971 7102 E: imarsh@gillespiepowers. com W: www.gillespiepowers. com

GEA PROCESS ENGINEERING INC. 9165 Rumsey Road, Columbia MD 21045 United States Mr Peter Tsai T: +1 410 997 8700 E: peter.tsai@gea.com W: www.gea.com

GLASS SERVICE, A.S. Rokytnice 60, Vsetin 75501 Czech Republic Mr Erik Muijsenberg E: info@gsl.cz W: www.gsl.cz

GEFRAN Via Sebina 74, Provaglio d’Iseo (BS) Brescia Italy Mrs Paola Frittoli T: +39 030 98881 E: info@gefran.com W: www.gefran.com GENERAL GLASS EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. P.O. Box 711, Absecon NJ 8201 United States Mr Stephen Thomas T: +1 609 345 7500 E: genglass@ generalglassequipment. com W: www.general glassequipment.com GHI HORNOS INDUSTRIALES S.L. Aperribay 4, Galdakao Bizkaia 48960 Spain Mr. Ana I. Portilla T: +34 94 449 1600 E: aiportilla@ghihornos. com W: www.ghihornos.com GIGASENSE AB Stationsvagen 16, Akersberga 184 50 Sweden CEO Marie Samuelsson T: +46 8 540 839 00

GLASS STRAND INC 17434 Mesa Street, Hesperia CA 92345 United States Mr Charlie Coggin T: +1 760 949 3367 E: fiber1@glass-strand. com W: www.glass-strand.com GLASSTECH REFRACTORY Orta Mah. Yalziz Selvi Cad No 5. B Blok D62 Kartal Istanbul 34880 Turkey Branch address: Distelratherstrasse 24, 52351 Düren Germany Mrs Ipek Cetin T: +905 324 864344 E: ipek@glasstechrefractory. com W: www.glasstechrefractory. com GLASTON FINLAND OY Vehmaistenkatu 5, Tampere 33730 Finland Mr. Pekka Nieminen T: +358 105 00500 E: info@glaston.net W: www.glaston.net GLOBAL OVEN SYSTEMS BV Hooge Zijde 10, Eindhoven 5626 DC Netherlands Mr Pim Kuijten

T: +31 40 2619831 E: info@gosystems.nl W: www.globalovensystems. nl GMC FOR GLASS INDUSTRY 1 B Rue Eugene Marechal, 69200 Venissieux France M Guy Marmonier E: gmc@gmcforglass.fr W: www.gmcforglass.fr GNA ALUTECH INC. 9495 Trans Canada Hwy, Saint-Laurent Quebec H4S 1V3 Canada Mr. Ted Phenix T: +1 514 956 1776 E: tphenix@gna.ca W: www.gna.ca GRANCO CLARK, INC.

7298 N, Storey Road, Belding, Michigan 48809 United States Michael Werner T: +1 800 918 2600 E: gcinfo@grancoclark. com W: www.grancoclark.com GRAPHITE SALES INC. 16710 West Park Circle Drive, Chagrin Falls OH 44023 United States Mr. William Apar T: +800 321 4147 E: bapar@graphitesales. com W: www.graphitesales.com GRIEVE CORPORATION 500 Hart Road, Round Lake, Illinois 60073 United States Frank Calabrese T: +1 847 546 8225 E: sales@grievecorp.com W: www.grievecorp.com 6

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES GTG Cairo Egypt Eng Mohy Elsaadany T: +96 653 0049499 E: mohy_tech@yahoo. com W: www.wix.com/mohyeldeen/ consultant-glass-industries

HARPER INTERNATIONAL 4455 Genesee St Suite 123 Buffal New York 14225 United States Mr. John Imhoff T: +1 716 276 9900 E: info@harperintl.com W: www.harperintl.com

GULF COAST ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS 1689 Hawthorne Dr. Conroe Texas 77301 United States Caitlin Parsley T: +1 832 476 9024 E: cparsley@gcesystems. com W: www.gcesystems.com/

HATCH ASSOCIATES 5 Place Ville Marie, Montreal, Quebec H3B 2G2 Canada Mr Joe Petrolito T: +1 514 833 6202 E: joe.petrolito@hatch.com W: www.hatch.com.ca

GULF PLUS - KUWAIT PO box 26996, Safat 13130 Kuwait Mr. Eby Mathew T: +965 222 85545 E: emathew@gulf-plus. com W: www.gulf-plus.com GUND COMPANY, THE 2121 Walton Rd., St. Louis Missouri 63114 United States Joeseph Bradlo T: +1 314 492 4800 E: jbradlo@thegundcompany. com W: www.thegundcompany. com H.C. STARCK 21801 Tungsten Road, Euclid OH 44117 United States Robert Marchiando T: +1 216 692 3990 E: info@hcstarck.com W: www.hcstarck.com HARBRIDGE SYSTEMS, LLC PO Box 247, North Lake WI 53064 United States Steven Gouge T: +1 262 966 2712 E: sgouge@harbridge.com W: www.harbridge.com 7

HAYS CLEVELAND 1111 Brookpark Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44109 United States Mr. Steve Craig T: +1 (216) 398 4414 E: scraig@unicontrolinc. com W: www.hayscleveland. com HEAT TREATMENTS (NORTHAMPTON) LTD Sheaf Close, Lodge Farm Industrial Estate Northampton Northamptonshire NN5 7UL United Kingdom Mr Shaun Rowlands T: +44(0)1604 586920 E: sales@heat-treatments. co.uk W: www.heat-treatments. co.uk HELIPEBS CONTROLS LTD Sisson Road, Gloucester Gloucestershire GL2 0RE United Kingdom Mr John Anderton T: +44(0)1452 423201 E: sales@helipebs.co.uk W: www.helipebs-controls. co.uk HEM ENGINEERING & CONSULTING Manolya 3/17 Daire-6, Istanbul, Atasehir 34758 Turkey Mr Huseyin Uzun

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T: +90 532 3666155 E: huzun@hemtr.com W: www.hemtr.com HENCON de Stenenmaat 15, PO Box 16, Ulft 7071 ED Netherlands Gerrit Hiddink T: +31 315 683941 E: ghiddink@hencon.com W: www.hencon.com HENRY F. TEICHMANN, INC. 3009 Washington Road, McMurray PA 15323 United States Mr. Christopher Yoest T: +1 724 941 9550 E: customerinquiry@hft. com W: www.hft.com HERTWICH ENGINEERING GMBH Weinbergerstr. 6, Braunau 5280, Austria Ms. Elke Deubler T: +43 7722 806 0 E: info@hertwich.com W: www.hertwich.com HIGH TECH TUBES LTD Unit 15F, Wintersells Business Park, Byfleet Surrey KT14 7LF United Kingdom Mr Jim Whiteley T: +44 (0) 1932 355440 E: sales@hightechtubes. co.uk W: www.hightechtubes. co.uk HIGH TEMP MEASUREMENT LLC 228 Cedar Woods Way, Canton GA 30114 United States Ken Costello T: +1 404 435 4343 E: kcostello@ hightempmeasurement. com W: www. hightempmeasurement. com

HIND HIGH VACUUM CO. (P) LTD 17, Phase-1, Peenya Industrial Area, Bangalore Karnataka 560058, India Mr Nagarjun Sakhamuri T: +91 80 419 31000 E: nagarjun@hhv.in W: www.hhv.in HI-TECH FURNACE SYSTEMS, INC. 13179 West Star DRive, Shelby Township MI 48315 United States Mr. Robert Kornfeld T: +1 586 566 0600 E: rkornfeld@hitechfurnace.com W: www.hi-techfurnace.com HOBRA - SKOLNIK S.R.O. Smetanova street, Broumov 55001 Czech Republic Mr Vojtech Skolnik T: +420 491 580 111 E: hobra@hobra.cz W: www.hobra.cz HORMESA-CONTICAST Las Marineras 13, Ajalvir Madrid 28864, Spain Mr Joss Adam T: +34 918 874039 E: joss@hormesa.com W: www.hormesa-group. com HOTWORK 223 Gold Rush Rd, Lexington Kentucky 40503 United States Sanford Ralsten T: +1 859 276 1570 E: sandy.ralsten@hotwork. com W: www.hotwork.com HOTWORK AUSTRALIA PTY LTD 12/77 Newton Rd, Wetherill Pk NSW 2164 Australia Jason Tomkins T: +02 9756 1243 E: hotwork@bigpond.net. au W: www.hotwork.com www.furnaces-international.com


ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES HOTWORK COMBUSTION TECHNOLOGY LTD Bretton Street, Savile Town Dewsbury West Yorkshire WF12 9DB United Kingdom Mr Denis Hunzinger T: +44 (0)1924 506506 E: info@hotworkct.com W: www.hotworkct.com HOTWORK INTERNATIONAL AG Romanshornerstrasse 123, Egnach 9322 Switzerland Benjamin Köster T: +41 71 649 20 90 E: benjamin.koester@ hotwork.ag W: www.hotwork.ag HUTNI PROJEKT FRYDEK MISTEK A.S. 28. rijna1495, Frydek Mistek 73941 Czech Republic Ing Daniel Pustka T: +420 603 278673 E: dpustka@hpfm.cz W: www.hpfm.cz I.LE.S. SRL Via Vittorio Veneto 7, Pianengo CR I-2610 Italy Mr Arrigo Branchi T: +39 037 374937 E: info@iles.it W: www.iles.it I.PROCESS SRL Via del Consorzio, 2/b, Falconara Marittima IT / Ancona / Marche 60015 Italy Mr. Mario FRASCARI T: +39 071 9156106 E: info@iprocess.it W: www.iprocess.it IAS GMBH Am Großen Teich 27, Iserlohn NRW 58640 Germany Dipl.-Ing. Gerhard Kleinert E: sales@ias-induction. com W: www.ias-induction.com

IGR INSTITUT FÜR GLAS- UND ROHSTOFFTECHNOLOGIE GMBH Rudolf-Wissell-Straße 28a, Goettingen Niedersachsen D-37079 Germany Dirk Diederich T: +49 551 2052804 E: d.diederich@IGRgmbh. de W: www.IGRgmbh.de IML LABELS & SYSTEMS LTD 441 Brightside Lane, Sheffield S9 2RS United Kingdom Mr Neil Dunn T: +44 (0)1142 422111 E: sales@labels-for-metal. com W: www.labels-for-metal. com INDUSTRIAL GAS ENGINEERING (IGE) 130 East Quincy Street, P.O. Box 316, Westmont Illinois 60559-0316 United States Mr Dean Keal T: +1 630 968 4440 E: sales@igefans.com W: www.igefans.com

E: c.kermel@bcrc.be W: www.bcrc.be/en/ INNOVAL TECHNOLOGY Beaumont Close, Banbury, Oxon OX1 1TQ United Kingdom Ms Helen Forrest T: +44 (0)1295 702800 E: enquiries@innovaltec. com W: www.innovaltec.com INTERNATIONAL THERMAL SYSTEMS 4697 W. Greenfield Ave. Milwaukee Wisconsin 53214 United States Kurt Willms T: +1 414 672 7700 E: sales@itsllcusa.com W: www.international thermalsystems.com ISTRABENZ PLINI D.O.O. Sermin 8a, Koper 6000 Slovenia Mr Andrej Dezjot T: +386 5 6634600 E: andrej.dezjot@istrabenzplini. si W: www.istrabenzplini.si ITC COATINGS

INDUSTRIE CBI S.P.A Via della Taccona, 77, Monza 20900 Italy Mr. Jean-Michel Martinez T: +39 039 739 4223 E: info@industrecbi.it W: www.cbifans.com INFICON 2 Technology Place, East Syracuse NY 13057 United States Steve Hillegas T: +1 315 434 1100 E: reachus@inficon.com W: www.inficon.com INISMA Avenue Gouverneur Cornez 4, Mons 7000 Belgium Dr Ir Christine Kermel T: +32 654 03424

IZOCAM COMPANY Tarsus Adana Karayolu 6.km, PK69 Tarsus Mersin 33401 Turkey Mr. Koray Temucin E: temucin@izocam.com.tr W: www.izocam.com.tr JASPER GMBH Boenninghauser Str. 10, Geseke NRW 59590 Germany Peter Klatecki E: info@jasper-gmbh.de W: www.jasper-gmbh.de JLS FURNACES (UK) LTD Unit 13 Credenda Road West Bromwich B70 7JE United Kingdom Mr Steve Smee T: +44 (0)121 552 2787 E: sales@jlsfurnacesuk. com W: www.jlsfurnacesuk.com JTF MICROSCOPY SERVICES, LLC 9064 Wixson Road, Hammondsport New York 14840-9334 United States Mr J Terry Fisk T: +1 607 292 6808 E: terry@jtfmicroscopy. com W: www.jtfmicroscopy. com KAHN INSTRUMENTS, INC. 885 Wells Road, Wethersfield CT 06109 United States Mr. Bob Bailey T: +1 860 529 8643 E: hygros@kahn.com W: www.kahn.com

13001 Old Denton Road, Fort Worth TX 76177 United States Mike Risley T: +1 561 702 7466 E: mike@itccoatings.com W: www.itccoatings.com

KANDI ENGINEERING PVT LTD F-301 Remi Bizcourt, Shah Industial Estate, Off Veera Desai Road, Andheri West Maharashtra Mumbai India Mr Sanjay Aggarwal T: +91 22 26731083 E: sanjay@kandi.co.in W: www.kandi.co.in 8

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES KENNEDY EUROTECH 4 Oak Point, Newnan GA 30263 United States Mr Al Kennedy T: +1 770 304 1000 E: alkennedy@usa.net W: www.alkennedy.com KILNS AND FURNACES LTD Cinderhill Trading Estate, Weston Coyney Road Longton Stoke on Trent ST3 5JU United Kingdom Mrs Paula Ellis Dainty T: +44(0)1782 344270 E: sales@kilns.co.uk W: www.kilns.co.uk KUETTNER GMBH & CO. KG Alfredstr. 28, Essen NRW 45130 Germany Christian Hamers T: +49 201 7293422 E: ch.hamers@kuettner. com W: www.kuettner.com L&L SPECIAL FURNACE CO., INC. 20 Kent Road, Aston PA 19014 United States Mr. Tom Schultz T: +1 877 846 7628 E: sales@llfurnace.com W: www.llfurnace.com LENOX INST.CO.,INC. 265 Andrews Rd., Trevose PA. 19053 United States Mr. william lang T: +1 215 322 9990 E: sales@lenoxinst.com W: www.lenoxinst.com

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LEWCO, INC. 706 Lane Street, Sandusky Ohio 44870 United States Lou Schaefer T: +1 419 502 2780 E: ovensales@lewcoinc. com W: www.lewcoinc.com

LIAS INDUSTRIAL LTD Suite 8 Rockfield House, 512 Darwen Road, Bromley Cross Bolton Lancashire BL7 9DX United Kingdom Mr Gareth Cotton T: +44(0)1204 594941 E: sales@liasindustrial. co.uk W: www.liasindustrial. co.uk LINN HIGH THERM GMBH Heinrich-Hertz-Platz 1, Eschenfelden 92275 Germany Horst Linn T: +49 966 591400 E: roessler@linn.de W: www.linn.de LIZMONTAGENS THERMAL TECHNOLOGIES Av. Almirante Gago Coutinho, 56 - 10th Dt/Ft, Lisboa 1749-041 Portugal Mr. Jorge Alves T: +351 218 429 270 E: jorge.alves@lizmon. com W: www.lizmontagens. com LOGISTICA COMERCIAL BRIGMADI SA DE CV Tomillo 63, Col. Victoria de las Democracias, Mexico Ciudad de Mexico 02810 Mexico Gerardo Fernandez T: +52 555 5262582 E: gerardo.fernandez@lcb. com.mx W: www.lcb.com LOI THERMPROCESS GMBH Am Lichtbogen 29, Essen 45141 Germany Mrs Hildegard Engels T: +49 (0)201 1891 1 E: loi@tenova.com W: www.tenova.com LSA ENERGY RESOURES SDN BHD 20 A , Jalan TKK 2/2 Taman Puncak Kinrara,

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Puchong Selangor DE Puchong Selangor DE 47100 Malaysia Mr Sivanewaran Sami Iyah T: +603 80718844 E: Shivas@Lsaenergy. com W: www.Lsaenergy.com

North Rhine-Westphalia 52078 Germany Mr. Andrei Loscutov T: +49 (0)241 93677 0 E: info@schupp-ceramics. com W: www.schupp-ceramics. com

LUBITECH ENTERPRISES 233 Mastermind IV, Royal Palms, Aarey Colony, Goregaon(E). Mumbai Maharastra 400065 India Mr Jayant Shroff T: +91 022 28790050 E: info@lubitechenterprises. com W: www.lubitechenterprises. com

M/S AJAY FOUMDRY LINKERS (R) E-15, A, Arya Samaj Road,, Uttam Nager, Nr. Grover Sweet New Delhi 110059 India Mr Ajay Sharma T: +91 921 2202084 E: aluminiumconsultant@ yahoo.com W: www.aluminiumconsultant. com

LUMASENSE TECHNOLOGIES GMBH Kleyerstrasse 90, Frankfurt/M. Hessen 60326 Germany Erhard Niessner T: +49 699 73730 E: info@lumasenseinc. com W: www.lumasenseinc. com LUMETRICS, INC. 1565 Jefferson Rd, #420, Rochester NY 14623 United States Steven Kelly T: +1 585 214 2455 E: sales@lumetrics.com W: www.lumetrics.com M H DETRICK COMPANY LTD Unit 14 Gorsey Place, East Gillibrands, Skelmersdale Lancashire WN8 9UP United Kingdom Mr Phil Clements T: +44(0)1695 589540 E: sales@mhdetrick.co.uk W: www.mhdetrick.co.uk M.E.SCHUPP INDUSTRIEKERAMIK GMBH & CO. KG Neuhausstr. 4-10, Aachen

MACH ONE (INTERNATIONAL) LTD Norfolk Bridge Business Park Foley Street, Sheffield United Kingdom Mr Martin Fitzgerald T: +44(0)1142 700545 E: martin@mach-int.com W: www.mach-int.com MACHINERY INTERNATIONAL CORP 20 Commerce Dr, North Branford Connecticut 06471 United States Steve McMillan T: +1 203 484 0400 E: steve@machyintl.com W: www.machyintl.com MACHTOOLS TECHNOSERVE PRIVATE LTD B 207 Okhla Industrial Area, Phase I New Delhi Delhi 110020 India Mr Praveen Goyal T: +91 981 0615463 E: praveengoyal@machtools. in W: www.machtools.in

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES MAGMA CERAMICS & CATALYSTS Low Road, Earlsheaton Dewsbury West Yorkshire WF12 8BU United Kingdom Mr Danny Stott T: +44 (0)1924 468201 E: enq@magmaceramics. com W: www.magmaceramics. com

MARATHON MONITORS AND CONTROL SYSTEMS CORPORATION LTD #11 Shennan Road, 501 Nong, 3rd Floor, Minhang District, Shanghai 201108 China Mr. Johnny Xu T: +86 21 34680719 E: sales@mmichina.cn W: www.mmichina.cn

MAGNECO/METREL, INC. 223 W Interstate Rd., Addison Illinois 60101 United States Ms. Kristie Antosz T: +1 630 543 6660 E: marketing@magneco-metrel.com W: www.magneco-metrel. com

MARINA TEXTIL Carrer Llobateres, 25-27, Pol. Industrial Santiga Barberà del Vallès Barcelona 8210 Spain Mr César Andreo T: +34 937 195379 E: candreo@marinatextil. net W: www.marinatextil.net

MAGUIN S.A.S. 2, rue Pierre Sémard 2 rue Pierre Sémard Charmes 2800 France Mr Raoul Garcia T: +03 23 56 63 10 E: raoul.garcia@maguin. com W: www.maguin.com MAJOR ENGINEERING 92 Fairbank Road, Clayton South Victoria 3169 Australia Mr Andrew North T: +61 3 8558 1800 E: major@majoreng.com. au W: www.majoreng.com.au MAM THERMAL CERAMICS Thermal Ceramics España S.L., c/ Juan Pablo II nº6 2º-A Castellon de la Plana Castellon 12003 Spain Juan Pastor E: juan.pastor@morganplc.com W: www.morganthermalceramics.com

MAYFLOWER ENGINEERING LTD Coleridge Road, Sheffield South Yorkshire S9 5DA United Kingdom Mr Roy Allen E: rallen@mayflowerengineering.co.uk W: www.mayflowerengineering.co.uk MCGILL AIRCLEAN, LLC One Mission Park, Groveport OH 43125 United States Mr Jared McGill T: +44(0)161 482 91373 E: jjmcgill@mcgillairclean. com W: www.mcgillairclean. com MCLELLAN & PARTNERS LIMITED Sheer House, Station Approach West Byfleet Surrey KT14 6NL United Kingdom Mr Ian Lamb T: +44 (0)1932 343271 E: claire.willis@mclellan. co.uk W: www.mclellan.co.uk

MECFOR INC 1788, Mitis, Chicoutimi Quebec G7K 1H5 Canada Mr. Richard A. Zalzal T: +1 418 543 1632 E: mecfor@mecfor.com W: www.mecfor.com

METALLEMPORIKI THOMAS MAKRIS S.A. 6TH KM Larissa Silurio Road, Larisa 41500 Greece Athanasios Makris T: +30 2410575207 makris@metallemporiki.gr W: www.metallemporiki.gr

MELTECH Bonsall Street, Mill Hill Blackburn Lancashire BB2 4DD United Kingdom Mr Peter Drever T: +44(0)1254 691488 E: sales@meltech.co.uk W: www.meltech.co.uk

MICROPYRETICS HEATERS INTERNATIONAL 750 Redna Terrace, Cincinnati OH 45215 United States Mr. Kevin Foston T: +1 513 772 0404 E: sales@mhi-inc.com W: www.mhi-inc.com

MERKLE INTERNATIONAL, INC 9567 US Route 20 West, Galena IL 61036 United States Tim Park T: +1 815 777 2100 E: sales@merkleintl.com W: www.merkleintl.com

MIDLAND ELEMENTS LTD 58 Sutherland Road, Longton Stoke on Trent Staffordshire ST3 1HU United Kingdom Ms Sandra Kelly T: ++44(0) 1782 333377 E: sandra@midlandelements. co.uk W: www.midlandelements. co.uk

MERSEN 41 avenue Jean Jaurès, 92230 Gennevilliers France Mr David Nimmo E: calcarb@mersen.com W: www.mersen.com MERSEN HOLYTOWN SCOTLAND LTD 11 Woodside, Eurocentral Holytown North Lanarkshire ML1 4XL United Kingdom Mr George Law T: +44(0)1698 838710 E: sales.hlt@mersen.com W: www.mersen.com MERSEN UK TEESSIDE Boltby Way, Durham Lane Industrial Park Eaglescliffe Cleveland TS16 0RH United Kingdom Mr Steve Harvey T: + 44(0)1642 790100 E: orders.uk@mersen.com W: www.mersen.com

MID-MOUNTAIN MATERIALS, INC. 2731 - 77th Ave SE Ste 100, Mercer Island Washington 98040 United States Tony Carroll T: +1 206 762 7600 E: gkr@mid-mountain. com W: www.mid-mountain. com MILLENNIUM TECHNOLOGY Via das magnólias 1000, casa27, Jardim Colibri Cotia São Paulo 6713270 Brazil Mr Alan Hawkins E: hawkins@uol.com.br W: www.uol.com.br

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES MOLTEN METAL EQUIPMENT INNOVATIONS, INC. 15510 Old State Road, Middlefield OH 44062 United States Mr. Mark Andes T: +1 440 632 9119 E: info@mmei-inc.com W: www.mmei-inc.com

MTAG TECHNOLOGY AG Werkstrasse 4 Emmenbrücke CH-6021 Switzerland Mr. Dragos Preda T: +41 412 596969 E: dragos.preda@ mtag-technology.com W: www.mtag-technology. com

MOLYNEUX INDUSTRIES - RAILS & RAIL CLIPS 621 Cliff Mine Road, Coraopolis PA 15108 United States Mr Chip Miller T: +1 630 866 2992 E: cmiller@molyneuxindustries. com .W: molyneuxindustries. com/

MUGOYA LIMITED 3rd Floor, Prudential Building, Wabera Street, P O Box 47011-00100 Nairobi 100 Kenya Mr James Isabirye T: +25 473 351 8195 E: mugoyato@africaonline. co.ke W: www.mugoyagroup. com

MOMENTIVE PERFORMANCE MATERIALS INC. 260 Hudson River Road, Waterford NY 12188 United States T: +1 614 986 2495 E: 4information@momentive. com W: www.momentive.com MONOMETER HOLDINGS LTD Monometer House, Rectory Grove Leigh On Sea Essex SS9 2HN United Kingdom Dr Christopher Hall T: +44(0)1702 472201 E: c.hall@monometer. co.uk W: www.monometer.co.uk MORGAN ADVANCED MATERIALS - THERMAL CERAMICS Tebay Rd, Bromborough Wirral CH62 3PH United Kingdom Ms Paula Constantinou T: +44 (0)151 334 4030 E: paula.constantinou@ morganplc.com W: www.morganthermalceramics.com 11

MUNIMULA TECHNOLOGY P/L Unit 308, 215 Pacific Highway Charlestown N.S.W. 2290 Australia Mr Peter Whiteley T: +61 412 080 526 E: munimula@bigpond. com N G JOHNSON (NORTHERN) LTD Unit 24-25 Canal Bridge Enterprise Centre Meadow Lane Ellesmere Port CH65 4EH United Kingdom Mr Gordon Wilkinson T: +(0)151 356 5888 E: g.wilkinson@ngjnorthern. com W: www.ngjnorthern.com NADIR FIGUEIREDO IND E COM SA Av Nadir Dias de Figueiredo, 496, Suzano Sao Paulo 8613370 Brazil Mrs Melina Marquezano E: melina@nadir.com.br W: www.nadir.com.br NATIONAL BASIC SENSOR 4921 Carver Ave,

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Trevose PA 19053 United States Mr Robert Mazzei T: +1 215 322 4700 E: sales@nationalbasicsensor. com W: www.nationalbasicsensor. com NAVIN CORPORATION 303, Rupa Plaza, Opp. Ghatkopar Rly Stn ( East) Jawahar Road Mumbai Maharashtra 400077 India Mr Rajesh Shah T: +25012101 E: navincorporation@vsnl. com W: www.navincorp.com NEL HYDROGEN 10 Technology Drive, Wallingford CT 6492 United States Ms. Kim Georgiades E: kimgeorgiades@ protononsite.com W: www.nelhydrogen.com NEONICKEL BLACKBURN Walker Industrial Park, Guide, Blackburn Lancashire BB1 2QE United Kingdom Mr Jason Marsh T: +44(0)1254 582 999 E: SalesBlackburn@ neonickel.com W: www.neonickel.com NITREX INC. – CHICAGO OPERATIONS 1900 Plain Avenue, Aurora IL 60502 United States Mr. Tom Cooper T: +1 630 851 5880 E: chicago@nitrex.com W: www.nitrexheattreat. com NITREX INC. – INDIANA OPERATIONS 350 Blue Chip Court, Franklin IN 46131 United States Mr. Sam Jackins T: +1 317 346 7700 E: indiana@nitrex.com

W: www.nitrexheattreat. com NITREX INC. – MICHIGAN OPERATIONS 822 Kim Dr., P.O. Box 155 Mason MI 48854 United States Mr. Raja Gumber T: +1 517 676 6370 E: michigan@nitrex.com W: www.nitrexheattreat. com NITREX INC. - NEVADA OPERATIONS 201 E. Mayflower Ave., North Las Vegas NV 89030 United States Mr. Joe Beal T: +1 702 399 1554 E: nevada@nitrex.com W: www.nitrexheattreat. com NITREX INC. – WEST COAST OPERATIONS 441 Perrymont Avenue, San Jose CA 95125 United States Mr. Jim Johansen T: +1 408 275 0330 E: westcoast@nitrex.com W: www.nitrexheattreat. com/ NITREX METAL INC. 3474 Poirier Boulevard, Montreal QC H4R 2J5 Canada Mr. Jack Kalucki T: +1 514 335 7191 E: nitrex@nitrex.com W: www.nitrex.com NITREX METAL SP. Z O.O. ul. Jednosci 48, Sosnowiec 41-218 Poland Mr. Marcin Stoklosa T: +48 32 296 66 30 E: europe@nitrex.com W: www.nitrex.com NITREX THERMAL TECHNOLOGY (WUXI) CO., LTD. Antai Industrial Park, #1096 Antaisanlu Anzhen, Wuxi Jiangsu 214105 China www.furnaces-international.com


ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES Mr. Jimmy Liu T: +86 510 8878 8627 E: jimmy.liu@nitrex-ntt.cn W: www.nitrex-ntt.cn NK TECHNOLOGIES 3511 Charter Park Drive, San Jose CA 95136 United States Will Delsman T: +1 408 871 7510 E: sales@nktechnologies. com W: www.nktechnologies. com NORTH WEST FIRE PROTECTION LTD 21 Glendale Rd, Worsley Manchester M28 1AZ United Kingdom Mr Dave Obrien T: +44 (0)7887 767741 E: david.obrien33@ ntlworld.com W: www.northwestfire protectionlimited.co.uk NOVAMET SÀRL Chemin de Renens 52D Vaud 1004 Lausanne Switzerland Dr Amin Rostamian E: info@novamet.ch W: www.novamet.ch OBNINSK TERMOELECTRIC COMPANY, LTD Russian Federation, Kaluga region, Obninsk, 4 Gorkogo, 4 Gorkogo Obninsk, Kaluga 249033 Russia T: +7 484 39 442 90 E: otc-market@obninsk. com W: www.otc.obninsk.com OHIO SEMITRONICS, INC. 4242 Reynolds Drive, Hilliard OH 43026 United States Mr. Cory Forler T: +1 614 777 1005 E: Sales@ohiosemi.com W: www.ohiosemitronics. com

OMEGAVAC VACUUM PRODUCTS LLC 16045 Valley View Ave, Santa Fe Springs CA 90670 United States Mr Ron Bruckel T: +1 562 404 1511 E: ronbruckel@aol.com W: www.omegavacinc.com PCI 12201 Magnolia Ave., Riverside MO 63005 United States Mr. Frank Vonesh T: +1 951 640 8748 E: fvonesh@pcigases.com W: www.pcigases.com PCT ENGINEERED SYSTEMS, LLC 8700 Hillandale Road, Davenport, Iowa 52806 United States Mr Mark Bennett T: +1 563-285-7411 E: pct@teampct.com W: www.teampct.com PENTAGENI CO. INC Fatih Sultan Mahallesi 2365. Sokak No:30 Ankara, Etimesgut 06790 Turkey Mr Kaan Eralp T: +90 312 2171065 E: kaaneralp@pentageni. com W: www.pentageni.com PERMATECH 911 East Elm Street, Graham NC 27253 United States Kiersten FitzGerald T: +1 336 578 7728 E: quotes@permatech.net W: www.permatech.net

PHOENIX TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT

25 Earith Business Park, Earith Select One PE28 3QF United Kingdom Dr Steve Offley T: +44(0)1353 223100 E: sales@phoenixtm.com W: www.phoenixtm.com PLANSEE USA LLC 115 Constitution Blvd., Franklin MA 2038 United States Mike Ferullo T: +1 508 918 1276 E: furnace.construction@ plansee.com W: www.plansee.com PONY INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES, LTD Unit 52906, 29th Floor, Sultan Hotel Complex II, jL. Jend Gatot Subroto Jakarta 12040 Indonesia Vinod Kumar Turki T: +62 215705610 E: info@floatprojects.com W: www.ponyinternational-ltd. com PRECIMETER 2215 South 48th Street Suite C, Tempe AZ 85282 United States Mr. Jerry Wilkins T: +1 480 829 1923 E: usa@precimeter.com W: www.precimeter.com PRECIMETER CONTROL AB Östra hamnen 7, Hönö 475 42 Sweden Mr Jonatan Lindstrand T: +46 31 764 55 20 E: sales@precimeter.com W: www.precimeter.com

PRECISION METAL PRODUCTS 850 west Bradley, El Cajon, California 92020 United States Mfg. Manager Forge,polish Chemmill Tracy Moore T: +1 619 448 2711 E: tracym@pmp-elcajon. com W: www.pmp-elcajon.com PROCESS-ELECTRONIC GMBH Dürnauer Weg 30, Heiningen 73092 Germany Mr. Jens Baumann T: +49 7161 94888 0 E: peg.sales@process-electronic.com W: www.group-upc.com PROCESS-ELECTRONIC SP. Z O.O. Jedno?ci 48, Sosnowiec 41-218 Poland Mr. Iwo Korwin T: +48 32 296 66 00 E: pep.upc@processelectronic.com W: www.group-upc.com PROCESS-ELECTRONIC SRL Zone Industrielle des Tilleroyes Rue Thomas Edison 25004 Besancon France Mr. Emmanuel Jeanguyot T: +33 (0)3 81 48 37 37 E: pef.office@process-electronic.com W: www.group-upc.com PROCTOR BIOMASS SYSTEMS Unit 16, Churchill Way, Lomeshaye Ind Estate Nelson Lancashire BB9 6R United Kingdom Mr Andrew Proctor T: +44(0)1282 617212 E: info@proctorbiomass. co.uk W: www.jamesproctor.com

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES PROLIND Rodovia Presidente Dutra, Km 138, Eugênio de Melo Sao Jose dos Campos Sao Paulo 12.247-004 Brazil Mr Adalberto Morales T: +55 12 3908 5999 E: diretoria@prolind.com. br W: www.prolind.com.br PROSAW LIMITED Unit 15 Telford Way Telford Way Industrial Estate, Kettering Northants NN16 8UN United Kingdom Mr Angus Woolley T: +44 (0)1536 410999 E: sales@prosaw.co.uk W: www.prosaw.co.uk PUREFLO Helmet Integrated Systems Ltd, Unit 3 Focus 4, Fourth Avenue Letchworth Hertfordshire SG6 2TU United Kingdom Mr Barry Vincent T: +44 (0)1462 478000 E: sales@helmets.co.uk W: www.helmets.co.uk PYROMATION, INC. 5211 Industial Road, Fort Wayne IN 46710 United States Mr. Scott Farnham T: +1 260 484 2580 E: sales@pyromation.com W: www.pyromation.com QATAR ALUMINIUM LTD Industrial Area Mesaieed Doha Qatar Measaieed Qatar Mr Navin Indraj E: navin.indraj@qatalum. com W: www.qatalum.com

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QUAKER CHEMICAL B.V. Industrieweg 7 1422 AH Uithoorn Netherlands Mr Ermin Begovic T: +31 297 544 644 E: begovice@quak-

erchem.com W: www.quakerchem.com RAD-CON, INC. 13001 Athens Ave. Ste. 300 Lakewood Ohio 44107 United States Mr. Christopher Messina T: +1 440 871 5720 E: sales@rad-con.com W: www.rad-con.com RADIR (RAYTEK IRCON) INFRA-RED SYSTEMS Douglas House Simpson Road Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK1 1BA United Kingdom Mr Peter Clarke T: +44(0)1908 370000 E: furnace@radir.com W: www.radir.com RADQUIM Calzada de la viga no 2040 DF 9810 Mexico Guillermo Vega E: info@radquim.com W: www.radquim.com RADYNE CORPORATION 211 W. Boden Street, Milwaukee WI 53207 United States Mr Justin Mortimer T: +1 414 481 8360 E: sales@radyne.com W: www.radyne.com RAGHAV RAMMING MASS LTD 436, Alankar Plaza, Vidhyadhar Nagar Jaipur Rajasthan 302039 India Mr Rajesh Kabra T: +91 982 9019963 E: rammingmass@gmail. com W: www.rammingmass. com RALOID TOOL COMPANY INCORPORATED Route 146 & Farm To Market Road P.O. Box 551 Mechanicville

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New York 12118 United States Mr. Ronald Brownell T: +1 518 664 4261 E: rbrownell@raloidtool. com W: www.raloidtool.com RATH AG Walfischgasse 14, Vienna 1010 Austria Manfred Salinger T: +43 1 513 44 27-0 E: info@rath-group.com W: www.rath-group.com REFRACONSULTING INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES Hradni, 27/37, Ostrava 71000 Czech Republic Mr. Gianluca Bovio T: +420 596110179 E: lukas.bovio@ refraconsulting.cz W: www.refraconsulting.cz

RIEDHAMMER GMBH, INDUSTRIAL KILN PLANTS

Klingenhofstr.72, Nuremberg 90411 Germany Mr. Thomas Janousch T +49 9115218-0 E: carbon@riedhammer.de W: www.riedhammer.de RJM METAL CONSULTANCY LTD Worksop S81 8DD United Kingdom Mr Richard McAlisterMartin T: +44(0)7795 624712 E: richard@rjmmetalconsultancy.co.uk

REFRACTORY SPECIALTIES INC. A UNIFRAX COMPANY 230 West California Avenue, P. O. Box 189 Sebring, Ohio 44672 United States Mr Domenico Sciaretta T: +1 330 938 2101 E: dsciaretta@unifrax.com W: www.rsifibre.com

ROCKWELL AUTOMATION, INC. 1201 South Second Street, Milwaukee WI 53204-2496 United States T: +1 414 382 2000 E: webmaster@ rockwellautomation.com W: www.rockwellautomation. com

REINTECH GMBH Niels-Bohr-Strasse 5, Bitterfeld 06749 Germany Karsten Kleinert E: info@reintech.de W: www.reintech.de

RUBIG ENGINEERING 2503 Latham Street, Rockford IL 61103 United States Pat Sinnott T: +1 978 399 8326 E: at.office@rubig.com W: www.rubig.com

RFTS LLC P.O. Box 295 Higganum CT 06441 United States Mr. Louis NIZET T: +1 203 927 6545 E: rftsii@aol.com W: www.linkedin.com/in/ louisnizet

SACOMET LIMITED Burnside, Station Road, Barry, Carnoustie Angus DD7 7RS United Kingdom Mr Sandy Cochrane T: +44(0)1241 852611 E: sc@sacomet.com W: www.economelt.com

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES SAFTI 325 Newhall St. San Francisco CA 94124 United States Mr William Okeeffe E: wfo@safti.com W: www.safti.com SANDVIK HEATING TECHNOLOGY UK Ruthvenfield Road Inveralmond Industrial Estate, Perth Scotland PH1 3ED United Kingdom Ms Karin Harpering T: +44 (0)1738 493 300 E: sales.ukperth@sandvik. com W: www.kanthal.com SANGALLI TECHNOLOGIES ESCO S.R.L. Via Roveredo 20/b, Pordenone 33170 Italy Eng. Riccardo Facca T: +39 0438 502721 E: info@sangalli technologies.com W: www.sangallitechnologies. com SANGRAF INTERNATIONAL S.A. 67, Les Champs Blanc Chavannes de Bogis CH-1279 Switzerland Dr. Said Alameddine T: +41 22 776 0131 E: geneva@sangraf international.com W: www.sangrafintl.com SANSHIN SANWA GROUP 5-11-1 Toranomon 505 Holland Hills Mori Tower, Mintao ku Tokyo 105-0001 Japan Michie Rushlander E: m.rushlander@ sanwacorporation.co.jp W: sanshinsanwa.com/ SARGEANT & WILBUR, INC. 20 Monticello Place Pawtucket Rhode Island 02861 United States

Michael Wilbur T: +1 401 726 0013 E: info@sargeant andwilbur.com W: www.sargeant andwilbue.com SARNES INGENIEURE GMBH Industriestr 10 Stutnesee 76297 Germany DI Frank Sarnes T: +49 7249 951708 E: info@sarnes.de W: www.sarnes.de SBP CHEMICALS Suite 4, 571 Finchley Road London NW3 7BN United Kingdom Mr Clarence Nelson T: +44(0)20 76920597 E: sbpchemicals@yahoo. com SCHAEFER GROUP, INC., THE

1300 Grange Hall Rd., Beavercreek Ohio 45430 United States Mr David White T: +1 937 253 3342 E: info@theschaefergroup.com W: www.theschaefergroup. com SCHUPP CERAMICS M.E. SCHUPP INDUSTRIEKERAMIK GMBH & CO. KG, Neuhausstr. 4-10 Aachen North Rhine-Westphalia 52078 Germany Mr. Andrei Loscutov T: +49 (0)241 93677-0 E: info@schupp-ceramics. com W: www.schupp-ceramics. com

SECO/WARWICK 180 Mercer St. PO Box 908 Meadville PA 16335 United States Mr Jaroslaw Talerzak T: +1 814 332 8400 E: j.talerzak@ secowarwick.com.pl W: www.secowarwick.com SECO/WARWICK EUROPE SP. Z O.O. Swierczewskiego 76, Swiebodzin 66-200 Poland Mr. Tomasz Kaczmarczyk T: +48 68 3819 800 E: europe@secowarwick. com W: www.secowarwick.com SEGRIF Rue Neuvice 115, B-4420 Saint-Nicolas Belgium Mr René Stassen E: segrif@ingrif.com W: www.segrif.com SET LININGS BRASIL Rua Jose Pietro Garcia 51, Capuava, Maua São Paulo 09380-450 Brazil Nuno Martins T: +55 11 2254 0704 E: n.martins@setlinings. com W: www.setlinings.com SEVEN REFRACTORIES D.O.O. Poslovna cona Risnik 40, Diva 6215 Slovenia Mr Erik Zobec T: +386 5 739 57 60 E: info@sevenrefractories. com W: www.sevenrefractories. com SHIVANG FURNACES AND OVENS INDUSTRIES 483 Jalaram Estate, Opp Bluecorn Winding Works, Narol - Vatva Road, Narol Ahmedabad Gujarat 382405 India

Mr Dhiren Buch T: +91 932 701 3773 E: shivangfurnace@gmail. com W: www.shivangfurnace. co.in SIAD S.P.A. Via S. Bernardino, 92, Bergamo 24128 Italy Nevio Corna E: nevio_corna@siad.com W: www.siad.com SIEMENS PROCESS INDUSTRIES AND DRIVES 100 Technology Drive, Alpharetta GA 30005-3900 United States T: +1 770 740 3000 E: helpline.sii@siemens. com W: www.usa.siemens. com/industry SILICON POWER CORPORATION 275 Great Valley Parkway, Malvern PA 19355 United States Mr Robert Berta T: +1 610 407 4706 E: robert_berta@ siliconpower.com W: www.siliconpower.com SIMULLEX GMBH Thomastrasse 7, Altenstadt WN Bavaria 92665 Germany Dipl.-Ing. Mahdie Kamali Moaveni T: +49 9602 6175 448 E: info@simullex.com W: www.simullex.com SK ENVIRONMENTAL LTD Unit 7, Greenhey Place Skelmersdale Lancashire WN8 9SB United Kingdom Mr David Culshaw T: +44 (0)1695 714600 E: sales@skenvironmental. com W: www.skenvironmental. com 14

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES SMS GROUP GMBH Eduard-SchloemannStrasse 4, Düsseldorf 40237 Germany Dr. Fritz Brühl E: fritz.bruehl@sms-group. com W: www.sms-group.com SMS GROUP S.P.A. via Udine, 103, Tarcento (Udine) 33017 Italy Mr. Pietro Della Putta T: +39 0432 799253 E: furnaces@sms-group. com W: www.sms-group.com SOL SPA Via Gerolamo Borgazzi 27, Monza MB 20900 Italy Mr Riccardo Sala E: r.sala@sol.it W: www.solworld.com/en SOLO SWISS SA

Grandes-Vies 25, Porrentruy 2900 Switzerland M. Jean-Michel Bechir T:+ 41 324 659600 E: mail@solo.swiss W: www.solo.swiss SPACO TECHNOLOGIES LTD 203, 2nd Floor, Shriram Centre, Opp. Punit Nagar Soc off Old Padra Road Vadodara Gujarat 390 007 India Ing. K Pathak T: +91 982 4008442 E: bus.innv@spaco.co.in W: www.spaco.co.in

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SPECNOW LTD Unit 30, Earith Business Park, Earith Cambs PE28 3QF

United Kingdom Mr Robert Brown T: +44 (0)1487 840123 E: sales@specnow.com W: www.specnow.com SPENCER TURBINE COMPANY 600 Day Hill Road, Windsor CT 06095 United States Ms Janis Cayne T: +1 86 068 88361 E: marketing@spencer-air. com W: www.spencerturbine. com STAS INC. 1846 Rue des Outardes, Chicoutimi Qc G7K 1H1 Canada Mr. Dominic Vezina T: +1 418 696 0074 E: vezina.dominic@stas. com W: www.stas.com STOLZLE FLACONNAGE Weeland Road Knottingley West Yorkshire WF11 8AP United Kingdom Mr Stephen Clayton T: +44 (0)1977 607124 E: steve.clayton@stoelzle. com W: www.stoelzle.com STORK TECHNICAL SERVICES (Cooperheat poduct line) Unit 21-24 Slaidburn Crescent, Southport Merseyside PR99YF United Kingdom Mr Nigel Bleackley T: +44 (0)1704 215600 E: nigel.bleackley@stork. com W: www.stork.com STT NITREX QUERÉTARO, S. DE R.L. DE C.V. Calle De Lluvia No. 8 Fraccionamiento Industrial, La Noria El Marqués Querétaro C.P. 76246 Mexico

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Mr. Carlos Llerena T: +52 442 221 5243 E: carlos.llerena@nitrex. com W: www.nitrexheattreat. com SUG SCHMELZ- UND GIESSANLAGEN GMBH & CO. KG Ziegeleistr. 19 Herten NRW 45701 Germany Michael Schmidt T: +49 209 35 80 51 E: info@suggmbh.de W: www.suggmbh.de SUN ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS, INC 1845 Shepard Dr, Titusville FL 32780 United States Ms Veronica Pasqua T: +1 321 383 9400 E: info@sunelectronics. com W: www.sunelectronics. com SUN SYSTEMS CANCELERIA Y DOMOS SA DE CV Canal De Miramontes #2362 Col. Avante D.F. 4460 Mexico Arq Manuel Mendiola T: +55 56791428 E: ventas@sunsystems. com.mx W: www.sunsystems.com. mx SUNROCK CERAMICS COMPANY 2625 S. 21st Avenue, Broadview IL 60155 United States Mr. Doug Thurman T: +1 708 344 7600 E: dthurman@ sunrockceramics.com W: www.sunrockceramics. com SURFACE COMBUSTION, INC. 1700 Indian Wood Circle, P.O. Box 428 Maumee OH 43537

United States Mr. Ben Bernard T: +1 419 891 7150 E: bbernard@ surfacecombustion.com W: www. surfacecombustion.com SWP REFRACTORIES Ollerton Road Tuxford, Newark Nottinghamshire NG22 0PQ United Kingdom Mr Martin Hanstock T: +44 (0)1777 874500 E: sales@swpuk.com W: www.swpuk.com SWS ALLOYS AND METALS LTD Progress Drive Cannock, Staffs WS11 0JE United Kingdom Mr John Owen T: +44 (0)154 3572149 E: john@swsalloys.co.uk W: www.swsalloys.co.uk TANTEK FURNACES LTD 27 Selstone Crescent Sleights, Whitby North Yorkshire YO22 5DJ United Kingdom Mr Gordon Rayment T: +44 (0)1947 810694 E: sales@tantekfurnaces. co.uk W: www.tantekfurnace. co.uk TDI GROUP LLC PO Box 38657 700 Blaw Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15238 United States Mr. David DiBenedetto T: +1 412 826 4950 E: drd@tdigrp.com W: www.tdigrp.com TECALEX Ctra. de Banyoles, 31, Sant Julià de Ramis Girona 17481 Spain Mr Ramon Riera T: +34 972 172 090 E: tecalex@tecalex.net W: www.tecalex.com

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES TECHNICAL GLASS PRODUCTS, INC. 881 Callednar Blvd., Painesville Ohio 44077 United States James Horvath T: +1 440 639 6399 E: jluptak@tgpohio.com W: www.technicalglass. com TELLUS-CERAM La briqueterie TellusCeram, Rue Beausoleil 47500 MonsempronLibos France Mr Jonathan Communaud T: +33 553 719173 E: commercial@ tellus-ceram.com W: www.tellus-ceram.com TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (PTY) LTD PO Box 1344, 42 Ceramic Curve, Alton, Richards Bay South Africa Mr Richard Harris T: +27 35 7511471 E: enquiry@alucouple.com W: www.alucouple.com TENOVA SPA Via Gerenzano 58, Castellanza VA 21053 Italy E: tenova@tenova.com W: www.tenova.com TERMIA TECHNOLOGY 1310 Park Central Blvd South E02, Pompano Beach FL 33064 United States Mr Claudio Goldbach T: +1 786 319 9935 E: termia@termia.net W: www.termia.net TESTO LIMITED Newman Lane Alton Hampshire GU34 2UR United Kingdom Mr David Darton T: +44 (0)1420 544 433 E: info@testo.co.uk W: www.testolimited.com

THERELEK ENGINEERS PVT LTD 70-71, 3rd Phase, Peenya Industrial Area, Bangalore Karnataka 560058 India Mr Somasundaran K T: +91 0802 839 5101 E: info@therelek.com W: www.therelek.com

THERMETAL ENGINEERING LTD C/O Sealy Shaw Ltd Pride Park 11 Mallard Way Derby, DE24 8GX United Kingdom Mr Clive Winters T: +44 (0)7766 104576 E: sales@thermetal.com W: www.thermetal.com

THERMAL DETECTION LTD. Unit 6 Ordewingate Way, Primrose Hill Industrial Estate Stockton on Tees Cleveland TS19 0GA United Kingdom Mr Neville Mitchell T: +44(0)164 2602878 E: tdl@thermal-detection. com W: www.thermal-detection. com

THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC En Vallaire Ouest C, Chemin de Verney 2, Ecublens 1024 Switzerland Dr Jean-Marc Bohlen T: +41 21 694 71 11 E: info.spectrometry@ thermofisher.com W: www.thermoscientific. com/elemental

THERMAL ENGINEERING & CONTROLS 48, First Floor, Cinewonder Mall, Kapurbavadi, Ghodbunder Road, Thane Maharashtra 400607 India Mr Suresh Koulgi T: +91 98 200 72930 E: koulgi.thermal engineering@gmail.com W: www.thermalfurnaces. com THERMAL TRANSFER CORPORATION 50 North Linden Street, Duquesne PA 15110 United States Mr. Terry King T: +1 412 265 2798 E: tking@wabtec.com W: www.thermaltransfercorp. com THERMCRAFT, INC. 3950 Overdale Road, Winston Salem NC 27107 United States Jim Miller E: info@thermcraftinc.com W: www.thermcraftinc.com

THERMOFAX LTD - HEAT TREATMENTS Block 2, Grazebrook Industrial Park Peartree Lane, Dudley West Midlands DY2 0XW United Kingdom Mr Thomas Bullock T: +44 (0)1384 230214 E: tombullock@thermofax. co.uk W: www.thermofax.co.uk THERMO-KINETICS CO LTD 5417 Vanden Abeele, St-Laurent Québec H4S 1S1 Canada Normand Bellisario T: +1 514 856 0370 E: nbellisario@thermokinetics.com W: www.thermo-kinetics. com THERMOLITH S.A. Old National Road Kalyves-polygyrou, Halkidiki 63100 Greece Mr Thomas Valalas T: +30 23710 54137 E: info@thermolith.vionet. gr W: www.thermolith.gr

TIANJIN NEW CENTURY REFRACTORIES(TNCR) No.59, ICTC, Machang Rd Hexi, Tianjin/300203 China Ms Helen Hao T: +86 22 85589019 E: sales@tncrltd.com W: www.tncr.com TMS EUROPE LTD Unit 10, Stretfield Mill, Bradwell, Hope Valley Derbyshire S33 9JT United Kingdom Mr James Driver T: +44 (0)1433 620535 E: sales@tmseurope.co.uk W: www.tmseurope.co.uk TMS SA 42 Ceramic Curve, Richards Bay KZN 3900 South Africa Mr Daniel Bothma T: +27 035 7511471 E: danie.bothma@ alucople.com W: www.alucouple.com TNI SPRING TECHNOLOGIES, LLC 87 Amlajack Way, Newnan GA 30265 United States Sherri Babb T: +1 770 502 0687 E: info@tnispring.com W: www.tnispring.com TOGNI S/A MATERIAIS REFRATARIOS Av Antonio Togni 2439, Pocos de Caldas MG 37704-356 Brazil Mr Livio Togni T: +55 35 2101 2222 E: togni@togni.com.br W: www.togni.com.br TOKAI CARBON EUROPE Roway Lane, Oldbury West Midlands V69 3EJ United Kingdom Mr Carll Daughters T: +44 (0)7793 650691 E: carl.daughters@ tokaicarboneurope.com W: www.tokaicarboneurope. com 16

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES TOLEDO ENGINEERING CO., INC 3400 Executive Parkway, Toledo OH 43606-0927 United States Mr. Jim Davis T: +1 419 537 9711 E: jdavis@teco.com W: www.teco.com TOYO TANSO FRANCE SA 9-10 rue Eugène Hénaff, 78190 Trappes France Mr Hubert Falque T: +33 130 663535 E: contact@ toyotansofrance.com W: www.toyotansofrance. com TRI-MER CORPORATION 1400 Monroe Street, Owosso MI 48867 United States Mr Kevin Moss T: +1 989 723 7838 E: salesdpt@tri-mer.com W: www.tri-mer.com UNICOM Cerska 69 Belgrade 11000 Serbia Mr. Slobodan Manic T: +38 111 2835635 E: slobodan.manic@ unicom.rs W: www.unicom.rs UNIFOUR B.V. Nijverheidsweg 3, Ulft 7071 CH Netherlands Ing Paul Overmans T: +31 315 641352 E: info@unifour.nl W: www.unifour.nl UNIFRAX Mill Lane, Rainford St Helens Merseyside United Kingdom Miss Caroline Hughes T: +44 (0)1744 887600 E: caroline.hughes@ unifrax.co.uk W: www.unifrax.com

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UNITED PROCESS CONTROLS INC 8904 Beckett Road, West Chester OH 45069 United States Mr. Pat Torok T: +1 513 772 1000 E: upc.sales@group-upc. com W: www.group-upc.com VACUUM & ATMOSPHERE SERVICES LTD Unit 13, Credenda Road, West Bromwich West Midlands B70 7JE United Kingdom Mr Aaron Long T: +44 (0)121 544 4385 E: enquiries@vacat.co.uk W: www.vacat.co.uk VACUUM RESEARCH CORPORATION 100 Chapel Harbor Drive, #4, Pittsburgh PA 15238 United States Mr. Steve Barker T: +1 412 261 7630 E: vrc@vacuumresearch. com W: www.vacuumresearch.com VAIL RUBBER WORKS 521 Langley Avenue, St. Joseph MI 49085 United States Matt Hanley T: +1 269 983 1595 E: matt.hanley@vailrubber. com W: www.vailrubber.com VENTILATORENFABRIK OELDE GMBH Robert-Schuman-Ring 21, Oelde 59302 Germany Winfried Koch T: +49 2522 75-0 E: info@venti-oelde.de W: www.venti-oelde.com VESUVIUS 68 rue Paul Deudon, 59750 Feignies France Mr Thomas Schmidt T: +33 327 691019 E: Thomas.schmidt@

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vesuvius.com W: www.vesuvius.com VESUVIUS 1 Midland Way, Barlborough Derbyshire S43 4XA United Kingdom Mr Andrew Queenan E: info@vesuvius.com W: www.vesuvius.com VESUVIUS USA 753 Enterprise Road 29501 SC Dillon United States Mr Marcus Bancroft T: +1 843 6324075 E: marcus.bancroft@ vesuvius.com W: www.vesuvius.com VIBRA-PRO COMPANY INC. 3629 Banner Street Boise, Idaho 83709 United States President John Roisum T: +800 658 3812 E: joroisum@vibrapro.com W: www.vibrapro.com WALL COLMONOY AEROBRAZE ENGINEERED TECHNOLOGIES Alloy Industrial Estate, Pontardawe Swansea SA8 4HL United Kingdom Mr Steve Jenkins T: +44 (0)1792 860642 E: sales@wallcolmonoy. co.uk W: www.wallcolmonoy. co.uk WALLWORK CAMBRIDGE LTD. Buckingway Business Park, Swavesey Cambridge Cambridgeshire CB24 4UG United Kingdom Mr. Simeon Collins T: +44 (0)1954 233700 E: Simeon.collins@ wallworkht.com W: www.wallworkht.com

WALLWORK CAST ALLOYS WALLWORK HEAT TREATMENT LTD Lord Street, Bury Lancashire BL9 0RE United Kingdom Mr Alex Beck T: +44 (0)161 7979111 foundry@wallworkht.com W: www.wallworkcastalloys. com WALLWORK GROUP WALLWORK HEAT TREATMENT LTD Lord Street, Bury Lancashire BL9 0RE United Kingdom Mr Peter Carpenter T: +44 (0)161 7979111 E: enquiries@wallworkht. com W: www.wallworkht.co.uk WALLWORK HEAT TREATMENT GROUP WALLWORK HEAT TREATMENT LTD Lord Street, Bury Lancashire BL9 0RE United Kingdom Mr Simeon Collins T: +44 (0)161 7979111 E: simeon.collins@ wallworkht.com W: www.wallworkht.com WALTERS & WALTERS LTD Unit 16, Orchard Road Royston Hertfordshire SG8 5HA United Kingdom Mrs Lauren Murphy T: +44 (0)1763 245445 E: sales@ waltersandwalters.co.uk W: www. WaltersandWalters.co.uk WELLMAN FURNACES Units 9-11, Hale Industrial Estate, Lower Church Lane, Tipton DY4 7PQ United Kingdom Mr Steve Price T: +44 (0)121 522 2522 E: ashley.m-swain@almor. co.uk www.furnaces-international.com


ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF COMPANIES W: www.wellmanfurnaces.co.uk WHIZZ ENGINEERING SERVICES PVT LTD S no 15/1 , Gujarwadi Road, Mangadewadi Katrajnagar, Pune Maharashtra 411046 India Mr Makarand Kulkarni T: +98 60706792 E: mktg@wespl.com W: www.wespl.co.in

WILLIAMSON CORPORATION 70 Domino Drive, Concord Massachusetts 01742 United States Thomas Huff T: +1 978 369 9607 E: thuff@williamsonir.com W: www.williamsonir.com WOLTZ GMBH Alfred-Zippe-Str. 1, Wertheim BW 97877 Germany Dr Sebastian Woltz T: +49 9342 92960

E: info@woltz.de W: www.woltz.de WS THERMAL PROCESS TECHNOLOGY INC. 8301 W. Erie Avenue, Lorain OH 44053 United States Dr. Martin Schoenfelder T: +1 440 385 6829 E: wsinc@flox.com W: www.flox.com YORK LININGS INTERNATIONAL LTD Millfield Industrial Estate, Wheldrake, York

North Yorkshire YO19 6NA United Kingdom Mrs Jill Wales T: +44 (0)1904 449777 E: YorkHQ@capeplc.com W: www.capeplc.com YS TECH CO LTD 40-11 Minamiseiwwaen cho, Suita Osaka 5640038 Japan Mr Taichi Okayama T: +81 06 4860 7711 E: tokayama@yushi.co.jp W: www.ys-tech.jp/

GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES ANALYTICAL TESTING EQUIPMENT ARUN Technology Bajjo Glass Industry Control Instruments Corp. Esotermica Srl Eurotherm by Schneider Electric FEVISA IGR Institut für Glas- und Rohstofftechnologie GmbH INISMa Jasper GmbH Kahn Instruments, Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH Lumetrics, Inc. M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Marina Textil Phoenix Temperature Measurement Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Rockwell Automation, Inc. Siemens Process Industries and Drives Testo Limited Thermo Fisher Scientific TMS SA BASKETS & TRAYS, HEAT TREATMENT Almor Group AMECO USA Bajjo Glass Industry

Carbon International Ltd Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd Ernst B Westman Ltd FEVISA Graphite Sales Inc. H.C. Starck Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. Mecfor Inc Mersen Holytown Scotland Ltd Mersen UK Teesside Ltd. NeoNickel Blackburn North West Fire Protection Ltd Pentageni Co. Inc Plansee USA LLC Precision Metal Products Raloid Tool Company Incorporated RFTS LLC Spaco Technologies Ltd SWS Alloys and Metals Ltd Tecalex Thermetal Engineering Ltd Tokai Carbon Europe Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Vesuvius Wallwork Cast Alloys Wallwork Heat Treatment Group Wellman Furnaces BILLET HEATERS Bajjo Glass Industry CMI

Consolidated Engineering Company DongYang A.K Effmag Ltd. Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Granco Clark, Inc. Gulf Plus - Kuwait Hormesa-Conticast IAS GmbH Meltech Merkle International, Inc Pentageni Co. Inc Precision Metal Products Radyne Corporation SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. Surface Combustion, Inc. Tecalex Unifour B.V. BURNERS Aichelin Holding GmbH AIF Engineering Private Ltd Air and Energy Systems, Inc Air Products and Chemicals, Inc Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Almor Group Bajjo Glass Industry British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) DEAR Sas. Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. DongYang A.K Duomo (UK) Ltd

EBNER Furnaces, Inc. Eclipse, Inc Elster Thermal Solutions ENG. Roses International Esotermica Srl Eurotherm by Schneider Electric FEVISA Fives Stein FlammaTec, spol. s r.o. Fuel Applications Limited Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Fusionted S.R.L. Glass Service, a.s. Glass Strand Inc Gulf Plus - Kuwait Harbridge Systems, LLC Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd Hotwork International AG Istrabenz plini d.o.o. Jasper GmbH LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Monometer Furnaces Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA NeoNickel Blackburn PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Proctor Biomass Systems Raloid Tool Company Incorporated Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies 18

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Refractory Specialties, Inc. A Unifrax Company Reintech GmbH Riedhammer GmbH Industrial kiln plants SAFTI SBP Chemicals SIAD S.p.A. SMS group S.p.A. SOL SpA Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat poduct line) SWS Alloys and Metals Ltd Thermal Engineering & Controls Thermetal Engineering Ltd Wellman Furnaces Whizz Engineering Services Pvt Ltd WS Thermal Process Technology Inc. CALIBRATION & TEST EQUIPMENT AMETEK Land Bajjo Glass Industry Eurotherm by Schneider Electric FEVISA Fluke Process Instruments - Raytek/Ircon/ Datapaq Brands Fredericks Company, The | Televac Gigasense AB GTG High Temp Measurement LLC IGR Institut für Glas- und Rohstofftechnologie GmbH INISMa JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kahn Instruments, Inc. Lumetrics, Inc. National Basic Sensor PCT Engineered Systems, LLC Phoenix Temperature Measurement Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Rockwell Automation, Inc. SAFTI SEGRIF 19

BWG Machinery Corporation Combustol Datsun Engineering and Construction Company De Winter Engineering BV DEAR Sas Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. Duomo (UK) Ltd E2SL EBNER Furnaces, Inc. Eclipse, Inc ELBOY Industrial Solutions Elster Thermal Solutions COATINGS Epcon Industrial Systems (PVD, CVD, PA-CVD) Esotermica Srl Arkema Inc. FEVISA AVS Inc. Fives Stein Bajjo Glass Industry FlammaTec, spol. s r.o. EGETRAC entreprise de genie civil equipement Fuel Applications Limited et travaux de tuyauterie Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Fusionted S.R.L. & chaudronnerie Glass Service, a.s. FEVISA Gulf Coast Environmental Gulf Coast Environmental Systems Systems Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. Harbridge Systems, LLC Hays Cleveland ITC Coatings HEM Engineering & M/S Ajay Foumdry Consulting Linkers (R) Hotwork Combustion Marina Textil North West Fire Protection Ltd Technology Ltd Hotwork International AG Qatar Aluminium Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Istrabenz plini d.o.o. Refraconsulting Industrial Izocam Jasper GmbH Technologies Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG Rubig Engineering Lias Industrial Ltd SBP Chemicals Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze M/S Ajay Foumdry Engineered Technologies Linkers (R) Major Engineering Wallwork Cambridge Ltd. Metallemporiki Thomas Wallwork Cast Alloys Makris S.A. Wallwork Group Wallwork Heat Treatment Munimula Technology P/L PCI Group PCT Engineered Systems, LLC COMBUSTION SYSTEMS Pentageni Co. Inc Proctor Biomass Systems Adwest Technologies SARNES ingenieure GmbH AIF Engineering Private SBP Chemicals Limited Air and Energy Systems, Inc Schaefer Group, Inc., The Air Products and Chemicals, Inc SIAD S.p.A. Allstates Refractory Simullex GmbH Contractors, LLC SMS group S.p.A. Andritz Metals Inc SOL SpA Bajjo Glass Industry Stolzle Flaconnage British Industrial Furnace Stork Technical Services Constructors (Cooperheat product Association (BIFCA) line) Siemens Process Industries and Drives Specnow Ltd Sun Electronic Systems, Inc Testo Limited Thermo Fisher Scientific Thermo-Kinetics Co Ltd TMS Europe Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Walters & Walters Ltd Wellman Furnaces

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Tantek Furnaces Ltd Thermal Engineering & Controls Thermal Transfer Corporation Thermetal Engineering Ltd Toledo Engineering Co., Inc Whizz Engineering Services Pvt Ltd CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION AIF Engineering Private Limited Almor Group Ascon Tecnologic North America AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry Bock Energietechnik GmbH Charter Tech Limited Control Instruments Corp. DEAR Sas Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. dnetwo E2SL Eclipse, Inc EMG Automation GmbH Esotermica Srl Eurotherm by Schneider Electric F.I.C. (UK) Limited FEVISA Fluke Process Instruments - Raytek/Ircon/ Datapaq Brands Fredericks Company, The | Televac Fuel Applications Limited Fusionted S.R.L. Gefran General Glass Equipment Company, Inc. Hays Cleveland High Temp Measurement LLC Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. Hotwork International AG i.Process Srl Industrial Television Ltd Izocam Jasper GmbH JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Lenox Inst.co.,inc. Lias Industrial Ltd LumaSense Technologies GmbH M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) www.furnaces-international.com


GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Marathon Monitors and Control Systems Corporation Limited MTAG Technology ag Munimula Technology P/L National Basic Sensor Navin Corporation NK Technologies Novamet SÃ rl Ohio Semitronics, Inc. PCI Phoenix Temperature Measurement Pony International Technologies, Ltd. Precimeter Precimeter Control AB Process-Electronic GmbH Process-Electronic Sp. z o.o. Process-Electronic SRL Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Raloid Tool Company Incorporated Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Rockwell Automation, Inc. SAFTI Schaefer Group, Inc., The SEGRIF Siemens Process Industries and Drives SK Environmental Ltd SMS group S.p.A. Specnow Ltd Stolzle Flaconnage Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Sun Electronic Systems, Inc Surface Combustion, Inc. Tecalex Testo Limited Thermetal Engineering Ltd Thermo Fisher Scientific Thermo-Kinetics Co Ltd TMS Europe Ltd TMS SA Toledo Engineering Co., Inc Unicom United Process Controls Inc Vacuum Research Corporation YS tech Co Ltd

CRUCIBLES Ameco USA Bajjo Glass Industry Brasco International Carbon International Ltd Cardinal Refractories Inc. Cimsamex Eco Technical Ceramics Ernst B Westman Ltd Graphite Sales Inc. H.C. Starck Hormesa-Conticast M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Magma Ceramics & Catalysts Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Mersen UK Teesside Ltd. Millennium technology Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics Munimula Technology P/L Permatech Plansee USA LLC Qatar Aluminium Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Refractory Specialties, Inc. A Unifrax Company Schaefer Group, Inc., The Spaco Technologies Ltd Sunrock Ceramics Company Technical Glass Products, Inc. Thermcraft, Inc. TMS Europe Ltd TMS SA Vesuvius DUST EXTRACTION Fercell Engineering Ltd DUCTING Fercell Engineering Ltd ELECTRIC FURNACE REPAIRS ABB Metallurgy Products AFECO Heating Systems AICHELIN Holding GmbH AIF Engineering Private Limited Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Almor Group

Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Bock Energietechnik GmbH Brasco International Calderys Refractory Taiwan Carborundum Universal Limited - Electro Minerals Division Chapman Brack Contractors Ltd CMI Datsun Engineering and Construction Company DISMATEC Limited Epcon Industrial Systems Esotermica Srl F.I.C. (UK) Limited Glass Service, a.s. Gund Company, The Henry F. Teichmann, Inc. Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. I.LE.S. Srl ITC Coatings JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kilns and Furnaces Ltd Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD Meltech Merkle International, Inc Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. Midland Elements Limited N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Reintech GmbH RFTS LLC Sandvik Heating Technology UK Schaefer Group, Inc., The SET Linings Brasil Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries Simullex GmbH Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Temperature Management Systems (Pty) Ltd Thermal Engineering & Controls Thermcraft, Inc. Thermetal Engineering Ltd TMS SA

Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Walters & Walters Ltd Wellman Furnaces ELEMENTS, ELECTRIC HEATING AFECO Heating Systems Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BEST - Balikesir Elektromekanik Sanayi Tesisleri AS Bock Energietechnik GmbH Carbon International Ltd DongYang A.K Eco Technical Ceramics Ernst B Westman Ltd Esotermica Srl Eurotherm by Schneider Electric F.I.C. (UK) Limited GMC for Glass Industry Graphite Sales Inc. H.C. Starck Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. Hormesa-Conticast JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kilns and Furnaces Ltd LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Major Engineering Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. Micropyretics Heaters International Midland Elements Limited Millennium technology Plansee USA LLC Precision Metal Products Sacomet Limited SAFTI Sandvik Heating Technology UK SBP Chemicals Schaefer Group, Inc., The SCHUPP Ceramics Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries 20

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Temperature Management Systems (Pty) Ltd Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermal Engineering & Controls Thermcraft, Inc. Thermetal Engineering Ltd TMS SA Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wellman Furnaces ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AFECO Heating Systems Aircontrol Industrial, S.L. Ascon Tecnologic North America Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Bock Energietechnik GmbH British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) BWG Machinery Corporation CMI DEAR Sas Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. E2SL Effmag Ltd. EGETRAC entreprise de genie civil equipement et travaux de tuyauterie & chaudronnerie Glass Strand Inc Harbridge Systems, LLC Hatch Associates Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. i.Process Srl Istrabenz plini d.o.o. ITC Coatings Izocam Jasper GmbH Kandi Engineering Pvt Ltd Kennedy Eurotech LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. Millennium technology MTAG Technology ag

Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Novamet Sàrl Ohio Semitronics, Inc. PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Sangalli Technologies ESCO S.r.l.

dnetwo Dukhiram Maurya Engineering. & Refractory Works (India) P. Ltd. Duomo (UK) Ltd Eclipse, Inc Elster Thermal Solutions EMG Automation GmbH Schaefer Group, Inc., The Epcon Industrial Systems Esotermica Srl SIAD S.p.A. F.I.C. (UK) Limited Siemens Process Fives Stein Industries and Drives Fuel Applications Limited Silicon Power Corporation Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Stolzle Flaconnage Fusionted S.R.L. Testo Limited G&T Associates (Services) Ltd Thermetal Engineering Ltd GEA Process Engineering Inc. WS Thermal Process General Glass Equipment Technology Inc. Company, Inc. Gillespie & Powers Inc. ENGINEERING, SERVICES Glass Service, a.s. & CONSULTANCY Glass Strand Inc GlassTech Refractory ABB Metallurgy Products GMC for Glass Industry ACE - RFTS LLC Gulf Coast Environmental AFECO Heating Systems Air and Energy Systems, Inc Systems Harper International AJZ & Associates Hatch Associates Consulting Helipebs Controls Limited Allstates Refractory HEM Engineering & Contractors, LLC Consulting Almor Group Henry F. Teichmann, Inc. Andritz Metals Inc Hutni projekt Frydek AVS Inc. Mistek a.s. Bajjo Glass Industry i.Process Srl BDI Cooling Solutions Bock Energietechnik GmbH IGR Institut für Glas- und Rohstofftechnologie BWG Bergwerk- und GmbH WalzwerkIML Labels & Systems Ltd Maschinenbau GmbH BWG Machinery Corporation INISMa Innoval Technology CFT Carbon Furnaces International Thermal Technologies B.V. Systems CMI Jasper GmbH Cockerill Maintenance & Kennedy Eurotech Ingenerie (CMI) Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG Combustol Lizmontagens Thermal Datsun Engineering and Construction Company Technologies De Winter Engineering BV Logistica Comercial DEAR Sas Agent of Fives Brigmadi SA de CV LSA Energy Resoures North American SDN BHD Combustion Inc. M H Detrick Company Ltd Denco Lubrication Ltd MachTools TechnoServe DiBenedetto Appraisal Services, memeber TDI Private Limited Major Engineering Grp. McLellan & Partners Limited DISMATEC Limited Mecfor Inc DM Consulting

Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. Midland Elements Limited Millennium technology Molyneux Industries - Rails & Rail Clips Monometer Furnaces MTAG Technology ag Mugoya Limited Munimula Technology P/L Novamet Sàrl PCT Engineered Systems, LLC Pentageni Co. Inc Plansee USA LLC Pony International Technologies,Ltd. Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Rath AG Reintech GmbH RFTS LLC Riedhammer GmbH, Industrial kiln plants Rockwell Automation, Inc. SAFTI Sangalli Technologies ESCO S.r.l. SEGRIF Siemens Process Industries and Drives Simullex GmbH SOL SpA Spaco Technologies Ltd STAS Inc. SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG Tecalex Termia Technology Thermal Engineering & Controls Thermetal Engineering Ltd Thermofax Ltd Heat Treatments TNI Spring Technologies, LLC Toledo Engineering Co., Inc Unifour B.V. Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Vesuvius Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wellman Furnaces Whizz Engineering Services Pvt Ltd Woltz GmbH

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY Adwest Technologies AJZ & Associates Consulting Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC AMETEK Land Ascon Tecnologic North America Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Control Instruments Corp. DEAR Sas Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. E2SL Epcon Industrial Systems FEVISA GEA Process Engineering Inc. General Glass Equipment Company, Inc. Gulf Coast Environmental Systems Hatch Associates ITC Coatings Jasper GmbH Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies MAGUIN S.A.S. Major Engineering McGill Airclean, LLC Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Novamet Sàrl Pentageni Co. Inc Radquim Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Rockwell Automation, Inc. Sanshin Sanwa Group SIAD S.p.A. Siemens Process Industries and Drives SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG Testo Limited Thermetal Engineering Ltd Tri-Mer Corporation Whizz Engineering Services Pvt Ltd FANS, COMBUSTION AIR AIF Engineering Private Limited Air and Energy Systems, Inc AMECO USA

Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Castolin Eutectic Daniels Fans Ltd Datsun Engineering and Construction Company Duomo (UK) Ltd Eclipse, Inc Fan Systems Group Ltd Fercell Engineering Ltd FEVISA Fusionted S.R.L. Garden City Fan Company, Div of Howden Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd Industrial Gas Engineering (IGE) Industrie CBI S.p.A Izocam LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD Pentageni Co. Inc Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies SAFTI SARNES ingenieure GmbH SBP Chemicals Schaefer Group, Inc., The Spencer Turbine Company Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Surface Combustion, Inc. Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Ventilatorenfabrik Oelde GmbH FASTENINGS Bajjo Glass Industry Couplings Company, Inc. Mach One (International) Limited Molyneux Industries - Rails & Rail Clips Pentageni Co. Inc Plansee USA LLC Raloid Tool Company Incorporated Spaco Technologies Ltd Thermofax Ltd - Heat Treatments FLAME-FAILURE EQUIPMENT Air and Energy Systems, Inc

Bajjo Glass Industry Charter Tech Limited Duomo (UK) Ltd Eclipse, Inc Elster Thermal Solutions GTG Hays Cleveland Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd Lenox Inst.co.,inc. Lias Industrial Ltd LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD Marina Textil SBP Chemicals Schaefer Group, Inc., The FUEL & ENERGY SUPPLY Air Products and Chemicals, Inc Bajjo Glass Industry Deepak Industries EGETRAC entreprise de genie civil equipement et travaux de tuyauterie & chaudronnerie Istrabenz plini d.o.o. LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. PCI Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Stolzle Flaconnage FUME EXTRACTION Adwest Technologies Bajjo Glass Industry Castolin Eutectic De Winter Engineering BV Eurofoil Luxembourg S.A. Fan Systems Group Ltd Fercell Engineering Ltd Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. Major Engineering Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. SBP Chemicals TMS SA Whizz Engineering Services Pvt Ltd FURNACE CHARGING MACHINES AFECO Heating Systems

AIF Engineering Private Limited Almor Group Andritz Metals Inc Bajjo Glass Industry British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) BWG Machinery Corporation Datsun Engineering and Construction Company De Winter Engineering BV EBNER Furnaces, Inc. F.I.C. (UK) Limited FEVISA Fives Stein Fusionted S.R.L. G&G Steel Inc. General Glass Equipment Company, Inc. GHI Hornos Industriales S.L. GNA alutech inc. Hencon Hertwich Engineering GmbH Hormesa-Conticast Jasper GmbH Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Major Engineering Mayflower Engineering Ltd Mecfor Inc Meltech Millennium technology Munimula Technology P/L Pentageni Co. Inc Qatar Aluminium Ltd Schaefer Group, Inc., The SMS group S.p.A. Stolzle Flaconnage SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG Surface Combustion, Inc. Thermcraft, Inc. Thermetal Engineering Ltd Vibra-Pro Company Inc. Wellman Furnaces Woltz GmbH FURNACE CONTROLLERS & INSTRUMENTATION AIF Engineering Private Limited Air and Energy Systems, Inc Almor Group 22

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Ascon Tecnologic North America Bajjo Glass Industry Bock Energietechnik GmbH BOREL Swiss British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) CAN-ENG Furnaces International Limited Combustol DongYang A.K E2SL EMG Automation GmbH Energy & Environmental Services ltd Esotermica Srl Eurotherm by Schneider Electric F.I.C. (UK) Limited FEVISA Fives Stein Fluke Process Instruments - Raytek/Ircon/ Datapaq Brands Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Fusionted S.R.L. Glass Service, a.s. GNA alutech inc. HEM Engineering & Consulting Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd i.Process Srl JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Lenox Inst.co.,inc. LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Marathon Monitors and Control Systems Corporation Limited Micropyretics Heaters International Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA PCI PCT Engineered Systems, LLC Pentageni Co. Inc Phoenix Temperature Measurement Pony International Technologies, Ltd. Process-Electronic GmbH Process-Electronic Sp. z o.o. Process-Electronic SRL

Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Raloid Tool Company Incorporated RFTS LLC Rockwell Automation, Inc. SAFTI Schaefer Group, Inc., The Siemens Process Industries and Drives SK Environmental Ltd SOLO Swiss SA Stolzle Flaconnage Tenova SpA Termia Technology Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermal Engineering & Controls Thermcraft, Inc. TMS Europe Ltd TMS SA Unicom United Process Controls Inc Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wellman Furnaces FURNACE FURNITURE AFECO Heating Systems Almor Group ANT Furnaces Bajjo Glass Industry BOREL Swiss British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Carbon International Ltd Carborundum Universal Limited - Electro Minerals Division Cellaris Refractories India Limited CMI E2SL Ernst B Westman Ltd FEVISA Gaskets Inc Graphite Sales Inc. H.C. Starck Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kilns and Furnaces Ltd Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Meltech Mersen Holytown Scotland Ltd Mersen UK Teesside Ltd.

Millennium technology Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics NeoNickel Blackburn Plansee USA LLC Refractory Specialties, Inc. A Unifrax Company Sangalli Technologies ESCO S.r.l.

Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Vesuvius Vesuvius USA

FURNACE THERMAL SURVEYS AFECO Heating Systems Allied Trading International Ltd Schaefer Group, Inc., The Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC SOLO Swiss SA Almor Group Sun Systems Canceleria Y Bajjo Glass Industry Domos SA de CV British Industrial Furnace Sunrock Ceramics Company Constructors SWS Alloys and Metals Ltd Association (BIFCA) Tellus-Ceram Carbolite Gero Ltd Thermcraft, Inc. CMI Togni S/A Materiais DISMATEC Limited Refratarios DongYang A.K Vacuum & Atmosphere E2SL Services Ltd Energy & Environmental Vesuvius Services ltd Vesuvius USA Eurotherm by Schneider Wallwork Cast Alloys Electric Wallwork Group FEVISA Wallwork Heat Treatment Fives Stein Group Fluke Process Instruments Wellman Furnaces - Raytek/Ircon/ Datapaq Brands FURNACE LINING Hotwork Combustion MACHINERY Technology Ltd Allied Trading International Ltd Kandi Engineering Pvt Ltd Almor Group Lizmontagens Thermal Bajjo Glass Industry Technologies BOREL Swiss LumaSense Technologies British Industrial Furnace GmbH Constructors Novamet SÃ rl Association (BIFCA) Datsun Engineering and Phoenix Temperature Construction Company Measurement Dukhiram Maurya Engineering. & Radir (Raytek Ircon) Refractory Works Infra-Red Systems (India) P. Ltd. Refraconsulting Industrial FEVISA Technologies Lizmontagens Thermal T Technologies Schaefer Group, Inc., The Millennium technology Simullex GmbH Pentageni Co. Inc Stolzle Flaconnage Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Thermetal Engineering Ltd SBP Chemicals TMS Europe Ltd SET Linings Brasil Toledo Engineering Co., Inc SOLO Swiss SA Vacuum & Atmosphere Sun Systems Canceleria Y Services Ltd Domos SA de CV

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES FURNACES, HEAT TREATMENT AFC-Holcroft AFECO Heating Systems AICHELIN Holding GmbH AIF Engineering Private Limited Allied Trading International Ltd Almor Group Andritz Metals Inc AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Bekaert Solaronics BOREL Swiss British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) BWG Bergwerk- und Walzwerk Maschinenbau GmbH BWG Machinery Corporation CAN-ENG Furnaces International Limited Carbolite Gero Ltd Carbon International Ltd Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd CMI Cockerill Maintenance & Ingenerie (CMI) Combustol Consarc Engineering Ltd Consolidated Engineering Company DEAR Sas Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. DongYang A.K E2SL EBNER Furnaces, Inc. EGB Vacuum Ltd Elnik Systems, LLC. Energy & Environmental Services ltd Epcon Industrial Systems Esotermica Srl Eurofoil Luxembourg S.A. Eurotherm by Schneider Electric FEVISA Fives Stein Fluke Process Instruments - Raytek/Ircon/ Datapaq Brands Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Glaston Finland Oy Global Oven Systems BV GMC for Glass Industry

GNA alutech inc. Grieve Corporation GTG Gulf Coast Environmental Systems Gulf Plus - Kuwait Harper International Heat Treatments (Northampton) Ltd Hertwich Engineering GmbH High Tech Tubes Ltd Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd I.LE.S. Srl International Thermal Systems Izocam Jasper GmbH JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kilns and Furnaces Ltd L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. LEWCO, Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies LOI Thermprocess GmbH M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Major Engineering Marina Textil Meltech Mersen Micropyretics Heaters International Midland Elements Limited Millennium technology Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics MTAG Technology ag N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd Nitrex Metal Inc. Nitrex Metal Sp. z o.o. Pentageni Co. Inc Phoenix Temperature Measurement Plansee USA LLC Precision Metal Products Prolind RAD-CON, Inc. Radyne Corporation Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Reintech GmbH

RFTS LLC Rubig Engineering Sandvik Heating Technology UK Sangalli Technologies ESCO S.r.l. Sargeant & Wilbur, Inc. SARNES ingenieure GmbH

British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) BWG Bergwerk- und Walzwerk Maschinenbau GmbH CAN-ENG Furnaces International Limited Carbolite Gero Ltd Schaefer Group, Inc., The Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd SCHUPP Ceramics CMI SECO/WARWICK Cockerill Maintenance & SECO/WARWICK Ingenerie (CMI) Europe Sp. z o.o. Combustol Shivang Furnaces and Consarc Engineering Ltd Ovens Industries Consolidated Engineering SMS group GmbH Company SMS group S.p.A. DEAR Sas Agent of Fives SOL SpA North American SOLO Swiss SA Combustion Inc. Specnow Ltd E2SL STAS Inc. Energy & Environmental Stork Technical Services Services ltd (Cooperheat product Epcon Industrial Systems line) FEVISA Surface Combustion, Inc. Fives Stein Tantek Furnaces Ltd GHI Hornos Industriales S.L. TDI Group LLC Global Oven Systems BV Tecalex Gulf Coast Environmental Tenova SpA Systems Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Gulf Plus - Kuwait Thermal Engineering & I.LE.S. Srl Controls International Thermal Thermcraft, Inc. Systems Thermetal Engineering Ltd Kilns and Furnaces Ltd Thermofax Ltd - Heat L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Treatments Linn High Therm GmbH TMS Europe Ltd Lizmontagens Thermal Toledo Engineering Co., Inc Technologies Toyo Tanso France SA Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Unifour B.V. Meltech Vacuum & Atmosphere Merkle International, Inc Services Ltd Midland Elements Limited Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Millennium technology Engineered Technologies Morgan Advanced Walters & Walters Ltd Materials - Thermal Wellman Furnaces Ceramics N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd FURNACES, REHEAT PCI Pentageni Co. Inc AFC-Holcroft AFECO Heating Systems Phoenix Temperature Air and Energy Systems, Inc Measurement Almor Group Andritz Metals Inc Pony International AVS Inc. Technologies,Ltd. Bajjo Glass Industry Precision Metal Products BDI Cooling Solutions Prolind BOREL Swiss 24

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Raloid Tool Company Incorporated RFTS LLC SARNES ingenieure GmbH

Pentageni Co. Inc

FURNACES, SURFACE TREATMENT Phoenix Temperature AFC-Holcroft Measurement AFECO Heating Systems AICHELIN Holding GmbH Plansee USA LLC Allied Trading International Ltd Schaefer Group, Inc., The Radyne Corporation ANT Furnaces Sandvik Heating AVS Inc. SECO/WARWICK Technology UK Bajjo Glass Industry SECO/WARWICK Sargeant & Wilbur, Inc. BDI Cooling Solutions Europe Sp. z o.o. SECO/WARWICK BOREL Swiss Shivang Furnaces and SECO/WARWICK British Industrial Furnace Ovens Industries Europe Sp. z o.o. Constructors SMS group GmbH Shivang Furnaces and Association (BIFCA) SMS group S.p.A. Ovens Industries Carbolite Gero Ltd SOLO Swiss SA SOLO Swiss SA Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd Surface Combustion, Inc. Specnow Ltd Datsun Engineering and Tantek Furnaces Ltd Surface Combustion, Inc. Construction Company TDI Group LLC Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd ELBOY INDUSTRIAL Tenova SpA TMS Europe Ltd SOLUTIONS Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Epcon Industrial Systems Thermcraft, Inc. Services Ltd Eurobond Adhesives Ltd Thermetal Engineering Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze FEVISA TMS Europe Ltd Engineered Technologies Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd TNI Spring Technologies, LLC Wellman Furnaces Global Oven Systems BV Toledo Engineering Co., Inc Gulf Plus - Kuwait Vacuum & Atmosphere FURNACES, ELEVATOR Harper International Services Ltd AFC-Holcroft Heat Treatments Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze AFECO Heating Systems (Northampton) Ltd Engineered Almor Group Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd Technologies AVS Inc. Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. Wellman Furnaces Bajjo Glass Industry I.LE.S. Srl British Industrial Furnace International Thermal FURNACES, BRAZING Constructors Systems AFC-Holcroft Association (BIFCA) JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd AFECO Heating Systems Carbolite Gero Ltd L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. AICHELIN Holding GmbH Elite Thermal Systems Ltd Linn High Therm GmbH Almor Group GHI Hornos Industriales S.L. Lizmontagens Thermal ANT Furnaces L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Technologies AVS Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH LOI Thermprocess GmbH Bajjo Glass Industry Pentageni Co. Inc M.E.SCHUPP BOREL Swiss Prolind Industriekeramik British Industrial Furnace Raloid Tool Company GmbH & Co. KG Constructors Incorporated Meltech Association (BIFCA) Sandvik Heating Micropyretics Heaters Carbolite Gero Ltd Technology UK International Consarc Engineering Ltd Sargeant & Wilbur, Inc. Midland Elements Limited EGB Vacuum Ltd SECO/WARWICK Millennium technology Elnik Systems, LLC. SECO/WARWICK Nitrex Metal Inc. Epcon Industrial Systems Europe Sp. z o.o. Nitrex Metal Sp. z o.o. FEVISA Shivang Furnaces and Pentageni Co. Inc Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Ovens Industries Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd SOLO Swiss SA Phoenix Temperature I.LE.S. Srl Measurement Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Thermcraft, Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH Vacuum & Atmosphere Radyne Corporation Meltech Services Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Micropyretics Heaters Wellman Furnaces Raloid Tool Company International Incorporated

Rubig Engineering SARNES ingenieure GmbH SCHUPP Ceramics SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries SOLO Swiss SA Surface Combustion, Inc. Tecalex Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermcraft, Inc. Thermofax Ltd - Heat Treatments Unifour B.V. Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wallwork Cambridge Ltd. Walters & Walters Ltd Wellman Furnaces FURNACES, LABORATORY AFECO Heating Systems ANT Furnaces AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BOREL Swiss British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Carbolite Gero Ltd Carborundum Universal Limited - Electro Minerals Division Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd Combustol Consarc Engineering Ltd EGB Vacuum Ltd Elite Thermal Systems Ltd Elnik Systems, LLC. FEVISA Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Glass Service, a.s. Global Oven Systems BV Harper International Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd Hormesa-Conticast I.LE.S. Srl IGR Institut für Glas- und Rohstofftechnologie GmbH JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kilns and Furnaces Ltd L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Major Engineering Micropyretics Heaters International Midland Elements Limited Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Qatar Aluminium Ltd Radyne Corporation Raloid Tool Company Incorporated RFTS LLC Sandvik Heating Technology UK SCHUPP Ceramics SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries SOLO Swiss SA Specnow Ltd Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Sun Electronic Systems, Inc Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermcraft, Inc. TMS Europe Ltd TMS SA Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Walters & Walters Ltd Wellman Furnaces FURNACE METAL TREATMENT ACE - RFTS LLC AFC-Holcroft AFECO Heating Systems Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions BOREL Swiss Carbolite Gero Ltd CMI Consolidated Engineering Company DEAR Sas Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. ELBOY INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS Epcon Industrial Systems Eurotherm by Schneider Electric Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd

Heat Treatments (Northampton) Ltd Hormesa-Conticast International Thermal Systems L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. LEWCO, Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Major Engineering Midland Elements Limited Millennium technology Pentageni Co. Inc Phoenix Temperature Measurement Prolind Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd RFTS LLC SMS group S.p.A. SOL SpA SOLO Swiss SA STAS Inc. Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG TDI Group LLC Tenova SpA Termia Technology Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermal Engineering & Controls Thermetal Engineering Ltd Thermofax Ltd Heat Treatments TMS Europe Ltd TMS SA Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd FURNACES, MELTING & HOLDING AFC-Holcroft AFECO Heating Systems AIF Engineering Private Limited Air and Energy Systems, Inc Allied Trading International Ltd Andritz Metals Inc ANT Furnaces AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions

BOREL Swiss Brasco International British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Carbolite Gero Ltd Combustol De Winter Engineering BV DEAR Sas Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. DongYang A.K Epcon Industrial Systems Esotermica Srl Eurofoil Luxembourg S.A. F.I.C. (UK) Limited Fan Systems Group Ltd FEVISA Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd G&G Steel Inc. GHI Hornos Industriales S.L. Gillespie & Powers Inc. GNA alutech inc. Harper International HEM Engineering & Consulting Henry F. Teichmann, Inc. Hertwich Engineering GmbH Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd Hormesa-Conticast International Thermal Systems Jasper GmbH JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kilns and Furnaces Ltd Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies LOI Thermprocess GmbH LUBITECH ENTERPRISES M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Major Engineering Mecfor Inc Meltech Merkle International, Inc Midland Elements Limited Monometer Furnaces Monometer Holdings Ltd Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics Munimula Technology P/L

N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Permatech Pony International Technologies,Ltd. Prolind Qatar Aluminium Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Reintech GmbH RFTS LLC Sacomet Limited Sandvik Heating Technology UK Schaefer Group, Inc., The SCHUPP Ceramics SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries Simullex GmbH SOL SpA SOLO Swiss SA Spaco Technologies Ltd Stolzle Flaconnage SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG Sun Systems Canceleria Y Domos SA de CV TDI Group LLC Termia Technology Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermetal Engineering Ltd TMS SA Wellman Furnaces FURNACES, SEALED-QUENCH AFC-Holcroft AICHELIN Holding GmbH Almor Group AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions BOREL Swiss British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) CAN-ENG Furnaces International Limited Carbolite Gero Ltd Combustol Consarc Engineering Ltd Epcon Industrial Systems FEVISA 26

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Heat Treatments Northampton) Ltd Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd I.LE.S. Srl International Thermal Systems JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Pentageni Co. Inc Phoenix Temperature Measurement Qatar Aluminium Ltd Sandvik Heating Technology UK SCHUPP Ceramics SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. Surface Combustion, Inc. Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wellman Furnaces FURNACES, SINTERING AFC-Holcroft AFECO Heating Systems Almor Group ANT Furnaces AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions BOREL Swiss Brasco International British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Carbolite Gero Ltd Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd Cockerill Maintenance & Ingenerie (CMI) Combustol Consarc Engineering Ltd Elnik Systems, LLC. Esotermica Srl FEVISA Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Global Oven Systems BV Grieve Corporation Harper International Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd

I.LE.S. Srl JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kilns and Furnaces Ltd L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Meltech Micropyretics Heaters International Midland Elements Limited Pentageni Co. Inc Plansee USA LLC Qatar Aluminium Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Raloid Tool Company Incorporated Sandvik Heating Technology UK Sargeant & Wilbur, Inc. SARNES ingenieure GmbH SBP Chemicals SCHUPP Ceramics SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries SOLO Swiss SA Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermcraft, Inc. TMS Europe Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wellman Furnaces FURNACES, SOAKING PITS AFECO Heating Systems Almor Group Andritz Metals Inc Bajjo Glass Industry BOREL Swiss British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Cockerill Maintenance & Ingenerie (CMI) Combustol Datsun Engineering and Construction Company E2SL EBNER Furnaces, Inc. FEVISA G&G Steel Inc.

GHI Hornos Industriales S.L. Global Oven Systems BV I.LE.S. Srl Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Prolind Schaefer Group, Inc., The SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries SOLO Swiss SA Tantek Furnaces Ltd Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Wellman Furnaces FURNACES, TILT ROTARY AFC-Holcroft AFECO Heating Systems AIF Engineering Private Limited Almor Group Andritz Metals Inc AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Carbolite Gero Ltd DEAR Sas Agent of Fives North American Combustion Inc. E2SL Elite Thermal Systems Ltd Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd GHI Hornos Industriales S.L. Gillespie & Powers Inc. Global Oven Systems BV GNA alutech inc. Gulf Plus - Kuwait Harper International Hormesa-Conticast Jasper GmbH Kilns and Furnaces Ltd Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG Linn High Therm GmbH Lubitech Enterprises M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Major Engineering Meltech

Merkle International, Inc Monometer Furnaces Monometer Holdings Ltd Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics Munimula Technology P/L N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Phoenix Temperature Measurement RFTS LLC Schaefer Group, Inc., The SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. SMS group S.p.A. SOL SpA SUG Schmelz- und GieÃ&#x;anlagen GmbH & Co. KG Tantek Furnaces Ltd Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermcraft, Inc. Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wellman Furnaces FURNACES, SURFACE TREATMENT Tenova SpA FURNACES, SEALED QUENCH Allied Trading International Ltd FURNACES, USED EQUIPMENT ACE - RFTS LLC AFECO Heating Systems AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd EGETRAC entreprise de genie civil equipement et travaux de tuyauterie & chaudronnerie Esotermica Srl GTG High Tech Tubes Ltd

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES I.LE.S. Srl Linn High Therm GmbH M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Machinery International Corp Precision Metal Products Raloid Tool Company Incorporated RFTS LLC SAFTI SBP Chemicals Specnow Ltd SUG Schmelz- und GieÃ&#x;anlagen GmbH & Co. KG Sun Systems Canceleria Y Domos SA de CV Thermal Detection Ltd. Thermcraft, Inc. Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wellman Furnaces FURNACES, VACUUM AFECO Heating Systems Almor Group ANT Furnaces AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Busch (UK) Ltd Carbolite Gero Ltd Carbon International Ltd Combustol Consarc Engineering Ltd DongYang A.K EGB Vacuum Ltd Elnik Systems, LLC. Eurotherm by Schneider Electric Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Gulf Coast Environmental Systems High Tech Tubes Ltd Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Linn High Therm GmbH Millennium technology MTAG Technology ag OmegaVac Vacuum Products LLC Pentageni Co. Inc Phoenix Temperature Measurement

Plansee USA LLC Rubig Engineering SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. Specnow Ltd Surface Combustion, Inc. Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Tokai Carbon Europe Toyo Tanso France SA Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wellman Furnaces FURNACES, VACUUM COATING AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Busch (UK) Ltd Carbolite Gero Ltd Consarc Engineering Ltd DongYang A.K Eurotherm by Schneider Electric Gulf Coast Environmental Systems Gulf Plus - Kuwait Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd Linn High Therm GmbH Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. Millennium technology Pentageni Co. Inc Rubig Engineering SECO/WARWICK Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wallwork Cambridge Ltd. FURNACES, WATER-COOLING SYSTEMS AFECO Heating Systems Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Bock Energietechnik GmbH British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA)

BWG Bergwerk- und Walzwerk Maschinenbau GmbH CAN-ENG Furnaces International Limited Datsun Engineering and Construction Company De Winter Engineering BV Denco Lubrication Ltd DongYang A.K Fives Stein Meltech Millennium technology Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Pentageni Co. Inc Pony International Technologies,Ltd. Prolind Qatar Aluminium Ltd Radyne Corporation Stolzle Flaconnage Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd GAS ANALYSERS AMETEK Land Bajjo Glass Industry Control Instruments Corp. GTG Hotwork International AG INFICON Kahn Instruments, Inc. LumaSense Technologies GmbH Marathon Monitors and Control Systems Corporation Limited MTAG Technology ag Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Process-Electronic GmbH Process-Electronic Sp. z o.o. Process-Electronic SRL Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Rockwell Automation, Inc. Siemens Process Industries and Drives SK Environmental Ltd Stolzle Flaconnage Tenova SpA Testo Limited Unicom United Process Controls Inc Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd

GAS GENERATORS, ATMOSPHERE AFC-Holcroft AFECO Heating Systems AICHELIN Holding GmbH Air Products and Chemicals, Inc Bajjo Glass Industry Combustol Istrabenz plini d.o.o. JLS Furnaces (UK) Ltd Kandi Engineering Pvt Ltd Marathon Monitors and Control Systems Corporation Limited Nel Hydrogen PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Process-Electronic GmbH Process-Electronic Sp. z o.o. Process-Electronic SRL Sargeant & Wilbur, Inc. SARNES ingenieure GmbH SECO/WARWICK SECO/WARWICK Europe Sp. z o.o. SIAD S.p.A. Surface Combustion, Inc. Thermetal Engineering Ltd United Process Controls Inc Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wellman Furnaces GAS METERS Air and Energy Systems, Inc Bajjo Glass Industry Control Instruments Corp. Duomo (UK) Ltd Elster Thermal Solutions Fuel Applications Limited Gulf Coast Environmental Systems LSAEnergyResourcesSDNBHD Marathon Monitors and Control Systems Corporation Limited Process-Electronic GmbH Process-Electronic Sp. z o.o. Process-Electronic SRL Rockwell Automation, Inc. Schaefer Group, Inc., The Siemens Process Industries and Drives Spaco Technologies Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd 28

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES GAS REGULATORS & VALVES British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Duomo (UK) Ltd Elster Thermal Solutions FlammaTec, spol. s r.o. Fuel Applications Limited Fusionted S.R.L. LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD Schaefer Group, Inc., The Siemens Process Industries and Drives Unicom Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd GASES, INDUSTRIAL Air Products and Chemicals, Inc Bajjo Glass Industry Istrabenz plini d.o.o. Millennium technology Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA PCI SIAD S.p.A. SOL SpA GRAPHITE PRODUCTS ACE - RFTS LLC Bajjo Glass Industry Carbon International Ltd Cimsamex Eurobond Adhesives Ltd FEVISA Graphite Sales Inc. Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. Mersen Mersen UK Teesside Ltd. Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. Millennium technology Molten Metal Equipment Innovations, Inc. Morgan Advanced Materials Thermal Ceramics Qatar Aluminium Ltd SANGRAF International S.A. Tokai Carbon Europe Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd

HEAT & CORROSIONRESISTING ALLOYS AFECO Heating Systems AMECO USA Bajjo Glass Industry EGETRAC entreprise de genie civil equipement et travaux de tuyauterie & chaudronnerie Hi-Tech Furnace Systems, Inc. Midland Elements Limited NeoNickel Blackburn Plansee USA LLC Thermetal Engineering Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wallwork Cast Alloys Wallwork Group Wallwork Heat Treatment Group Walters & Walters Ltd HEAT EXCHANGERS Adwest Technologies AFECO Heating Systems AIF Engineering Private Limited Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC AMECO USA Andritz Metals Inc ANT Furnaces Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Bock Energietechnik GmbH Cimsamex Denco Lubrication Ltd Duomo (UK) Ltd Eclipse, Inc Elboy Industrial Solutions Elster Thermal Solutions Gulf Coast Environmental Systems Harbridge Systems, LLC Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd Jasper GmbH Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Major Engineering Mersen UK Teesside Ltd. Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Pentageni Co. Inc Schaefer Group, Inc., The Stolzle Flaconnage

Tenova SpA Thermal Transfer Corporation Thermetal Engineering Ltd Thermofax Ltd - Heat Treatments Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wellman Furnaces HEAT-TREATMENT, CONTRACT SERVICES Almor Group Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Bekaert Solaronics Colmegna Srl SIZIANO (Pv) Combustol Contract Heat Treatment Association Datsun Engineering and Construction Company DongYang A.K Fives Stein GTG Gulf Plus - Kuwait Heat Treatments (Northampton) Ltd Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies Midland Elements Limited Millennium technology NITREX INC. – Chicago Operations NITREX INC. – Indiana Operations NITREX INC. – Michigan Operations NITREX INC. Nevada Operations NITREX INC. – West Coast Operations Nitrex Metal Inc. Nitrex Metal Sp. z o.o. Nitrex Thermal Technology (Wuxi) Co., Ltd. Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd SMS group S.p.A. SOLO Swiss SA Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) STT Nitrex Querétaro, S. De R.L. De C.V.

Thermofax Ltd - Heat Treatments Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wallwork Cambridge Ltd. Wallwork Cast Alloys Wallwork Group Wallwork Heat Treatment Group Wellman Furnaces HIGH EMISSIVITY COATINGS Arkema Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry Cardinal Refractories Inc. Eco Technical Ceramics Eurobond Adhesives Ltd F.I.C. (UK) Limited Gulf Plus - Kuwait ITC Coatings Millennium technology Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies SBP Chemicals Unifrax IGNITION ELECTRODES AIF Engineering Private Limited Cimsamex Duomo (UK) Ltd Elster Thermal Solutions FEVISA Fuel Applications Limited GTG Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd Jasper GmbH LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Reintech GmbH Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd INDUCTION EQUIPMENT ABB Metallurgy Products AICHELIN Holding GmbH Bajjo Glass Industry British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Effmag Ltd.

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES EMG Automation GmbH Fives Stein Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Hormesa-Conticast IAS GmbH Linn High Therm GmbH M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Pentageni Co. Inc Precision Metal Products Radyne Corporation RFTS LLC Silicon Power Corporation Walters & Walters Ltd INDUCTION STIRRING DEVICES ABB Metallurgy Products Bajjo Glass Industry Hertwich Engineering GmbH Kandi Engineering Pvt Ltd Munimula Technology P/L SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG INSULATION, HIGH TEMPERATURE Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Bajjo Glass Industry Brasco International Carborundum Universal Limited - Electro Minerals Division Eco Technical Ceramics Fusionted S.R.L. Gaskets Inc Gillespie & Powers Inc. Graphite Sales Inc. GTG Gulf Plus - Kuwait Gund Company, The HOBRA - Skolnik s.r.o. Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies Logistica Comercial Brigmadi SA de CV LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD M H Detrick Company Ltd M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG MAM Thermal Ceramics Marina Textil Mersen Holytown Scotland Ltd Mersen UK Teesside Ltd.

Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc. N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd North West Fire Protection Ltd Permatech Plansee USA LLC Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Refractory Specialties, Inc.- A Unifrax Company Schaefer Group, Inc., The SCHUPP Ceramics Stolzle Flaconnage SWP Refractories Tellus-Ceram Thermetal Engineering Ltd Toyo Tanso France SA Unifrax Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Vesuvius Walters & Walters Ltd KILNS Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Ascon Tecnologic North America Bajjo Glass Industry Carbolite Gero Ltd Datsun Engineering and Construction Company E2SL Elite Thermal Systems Ltd Gillespie & Powers Inc. Gulf Plus - Kuwait Harper International Henry F. Teichmann, Inc. Kilns and Furnaces Ltd Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. Linn High Therm GmbH LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Major Engineering Merkle International, Inc Micropyretics Heaters International Midland Elements Limited Millennium technology Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd NeoNickel Blackburn

PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Proctor Biomass Systems RFTS LLC Riedhammer GmbH, Industrial kiln plants Sandvik Heating Technology UK SARNES ingenieure GmbH SBP Chemicals SCHUPP Ceramics SOLO Swiss SA Spaco Technologies Ltd Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermcraft, Inc. TMS SA Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Wellman Furnaces LADLES AIF Engineering Private Limited Allied Mineral Products, Inc. AMECO USA Bajjo Glass Industry Brasco International E2SL Esotermica Srl G&G Steel Inc. M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Millennium technology Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics MTAG Technology ag Munimula Technology P/L N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd Pentageni Co. Inc Permatech Qatar Aluminium Ltd Refractory Specialties, Inc - A Unifrax Company Schaefer Group, Inc., The Spaco Technologies Ltd SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG TDI Group LLC TMS SA Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Unicom

LADLES PREHEAT Air and Energy Systems, Inc Bajjo Glass Industry Cardinal Refractories Inc. Duomo (UK) Ltd E2SL Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd Hotwork International AG Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Mecfor Inc Millennium technology N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Qatar Aluminium Ltd Sandvik Heating Technology UK Schaefer Group, Inc., The Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries SOL SpA Spaco Technologies Ltd SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG TDI Group LLC TMS SA Whizz Engineering Services Pvt Ltd LUBRICANTS Arkema Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry Carbon International Ltd Chemtool Incorporated Cimsamex CONDAT EMG Automation GmbH Millennium technology Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Precision Metal Products Quaker Chemical B.V. LUBRICATION SYSTEMS Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions CONDAT Denco Lubrication Ltd EMG Automation GmbH Fusionted S.R.L. Major Engineering Millennium technology Precision Metal Products

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES MAGNETIC HEATING SYSTEMS UNIFORM Bajjo Glass Industry Effmag Ltd. SARNES ingenieure GmbH MATERIALS TESTING EQUIPMENT ANT Furnaces ARUN Technology Bajjo Glass Industry EMG Automation GmbH Hertwich Engineering GmbH IGR Institut für Glas- und Rohstofftechnologie GmbH Lumetrics, Inc. M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) MachTools TechnoServe Private Limited Midland Elements Limited MTAG Technology ag Prosaw Limited Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Siemens Process Industries and Drives Thermcraft, Inc. Thermo Fisher Scientific Walters & Walters Ltd METALLURGICAL & TECHNICAL LABORATORY SERVICES ABB Metallurgy Products Bajjo Glass Industry Harper International High Temp Measurement LLC IGR Institut für Glas- und Rohstofftechnologie GmbH Innoval Technology JTF Microscopy Services, LLC M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) MTAG Technology ag NeoNickel Blackburn Nitrex Metal Inc. Nitrex Metal Sp. z o.o. Novamet Sàrl Seven Refractories d.o.o. SOL SpA Wallwork Cambridge Ltd. Wallwork Heat Treatment Group OVENS AIF Engineering Private Limited Air and Energy Systems, Inc 31

Almor Group Ascon Tecnologic North America Bajjo Glass Industry BWG Bergwerk- und Walzwerk Maschinenbau GmbH BWG Machinery Corporation Carbolite Gero Ltd Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd Consolidated Engineering Company Datsun Engineering and Construction Company E2SL EBNER Furnaces, Inc. ELBOY INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS Elite Thermal Systems Ltd Epcon Industrial Systems Eurotherm by Schneider Electric Fan Systems Group Ltd Fercell Engineering Ltd Fives Stein Fuel Applications Limited Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Garden City Fan Company, Div of Howden Gaskets Inc GHI Hornos Industriales S.L. Granco Clark, Inc. Grieve Corporation GTG Gulf Coast Environmental Systems Harbridge Systems, LLC Harper International Hutni projekt Frydek Mistek a.s. I.LE.S. Srl International Thermal Systems Kilns and Furnaces Ltd Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. LEWCO, Inc. Logistica Comercial Brigmadi SA de CV LSA Energy Resources SDN BHD M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Major Engineering Meltech Merkle International, Inc Micropyretics Heaters International

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Midland Elements Limited Pentageni Co. Inc RFTS LLC SAFTI SARNES ingenieure GmbH SCHUPP Ceramics Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries SOLO Swiss SA Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Sun Electronic Systems, Inc Tecalex Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermcraft, Inc. Thermofax Ltd - Heat Treatments TMS Europe Ltd TMS SA Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Unifour B.V. Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wellman Furnaces POWER SOURCES, INDUCTION MELTING/ HEATING ABB Metallurgy Products Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions Bock Energietechnik GmbH Eurotherm by Schneider Electric Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd Gulf Plus - Kuwait Radyne Corporation Reintech GmbH Rockwell Automation, Inc. Silicon Power Corporation PRESSES, HIGH PRESSURE ISOSTATIC Bajjo Glass Industry Helipebs Controls Limited Mugoya Limited PYROMETERS & TEMPERATURE MONITORING AMETEK Land Bajjo Glass Industry Esotermica Srl F.I.C. (UK) Limited Fluke Process Instruments - Raytek/Ircon/

Datapaq Brands GMC for Glass Industry GTG LumaSense Technologies GmbH M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG MAM Thermal Ceramics MTAG Technology ag National Basic Sensor Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Rockwell Automation, Inc. SAFTI SCHUPP Ceramics Spaco Technologies Ltd Stolzle Flaconnage Temperature Management Systems (Pty) Ltd Testo Limited Thermo-Kinetics Co Ltd Unicom Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Williamson Corporation QUARTZ Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Technical Glass Products, Inc. QUENCHING EQUIPMENT/MEDIA Almor Group Bajjo Glass Industry BDI Cooling Solutions BWG Bergwerk- und Walzwerk Maschinenbau GmbH Chemtool Incorporated GHI Hornos Industriales S.L. Granco Clark, Inc. Hutni projekt Frydek Mistek a.s. I.LE.S. Srl L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Mayflower Engineering Ltd Pentageni Co. Inc SARNES ingenieure GmbH SMS group GmbH Surface Combustion, Inc. Tecalex Thermetal Engineering Ltd Thermofax Ltd - Heat Treatments www.furnaces-international.com


GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES TNI Spring Technologies, LLC Toyo Tanso France SA Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wellman Furnaces RECUPERATORS Adwest Technologies Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC AMECO USA Bajjo Glass Industry Datsun Engineering and Construction Company De Winter Engineering BV Duomo (UK) Ltd Esotermica Srl Harbridge Systems, LLC Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd Izocam Kuettner GmbH & Co. KG LUBITECH ENTERPRISES M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) PCI Pentageni Co. Inc SARNES ingenieure GmbH Schaefer Group, Inc., The SMS group S.p.A. Surface Combustion, Inc. Thermal Transfer Corporation Thermetal Engineering Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd RECYCLING Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Bajjo Glass Industry Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd De Winter Engineering BV Fercell Engineering Ltd FEVISA Furnace Engineering Pty Ltd GlassTech Refractory GTG Hormesa-Conticast IGR Institut für Glas und Rohstofftechnologie GmbH Kandi Engineering Pvt Ltd LOI Thermprocess GmbH M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Mecfor Inc

Munimula Technology P/L Sanshin Sanwa Group SOL SpA SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG REFRACTORIES AIF Engineering Private Limited Allied Mineral Products, Inc. Allied Trading International Ltd Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Almor Group ANT Furnaces Ascon Tecnologic North America Bajjo Glass Industry Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG Brasco International British Industrial Furnace Constructors Association (BIFCA) Calderys Calderys Refractory Solutions Calderys Refractory Taiwan Carborundum Universal Limited - Electro Minerals Division Cardinal Refractories Inc. Cellaris Refractories India Limited Chapman Brack Contractors Ltd Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd Combustol DM Consulting Dukhiram Maurya Engineering. & Refractory Works (India) P. Ltd. Eco Technical Ceramics Elkem Ceramite Esotermica Srl FEVISA Fusionted S.R.L. Gaskets Inc Gillespie & Powers Inc. GlassTech Refractory GTG Gulf Plus - Kuwait HOBRA - Skolnik s.r.o. INISMa Izocam

Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies Logistica Comercial Brigmadi SA de CV LUBITECH ENTERPRISES M H Detrick Company Ltd M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Magma Ceramics & Catalysts Magneco/Metrel, Inc. MAM Thermal Ceramics Merkle International, Inc Mersen Micropyretics Heaters International Millennium technology Munimula Technology P/L N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Pentageni Co. Inc Permatech Qatar Aluminium Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Rath AG Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Refractory Specialties, Inc - A Unifrax Company Schaefer Group, Inc., The SCHUPP Ceramics Seven Refractories d.o.o. STAS Inc. Stolzle Flaconnage SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG Sunrock Ceramics Company Surface Combustion, Inc. SWP Refractories Tellus-Ceram Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermetal Engineering Ltd THERMOLITH S.A. Tianjin New Century Refractories(TNCR) Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Vesuvius Vesuvius USA Wellman Furnaces York Linings International Ltd

REFRACTORY ANCHORS Allied Trading International Ltd Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Bajjo Glass Industry Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG Brasco International Calderys Calderys Refractory Solutions Calderys Refractory Taiwan Carborundum Universal Limited - Electro Minerals Division Cardinal Refractories Inc. Chapman Brack Contractors Ltd Fusionted S.R.L. Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies Logistica Comercial Brigmadi SA de CV M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Mach One (International) Limited Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Millennium technology Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd NeoNickel Blackburn Pentageni Co. Inc Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Schaefer Group, Inc., The Seven Refractories d.o.o. SWP Refractories Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Vesuvius REFRACTORY APPLICATION EQUIPMENT Allied Mineral Products, Inc. Allied Trading International Ltd Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Bajjo Glass Industry Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG Brasco International Calderys 32

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Calderys Refractory Solutions Cardinal Refractories Inc. Dukhiram Maurya Engineering. & Refractory Works (India) P. Ltd. GlassTech Refractory Gulf Plus - Kuwait Hotwork International AG Logistica Comercial Brigmadi SA de CV M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Millennium technology Pentageni Co. Inc Permatech Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd SET Linings Brasil Seven Refractories d.o.o. Toyo Tanso France SA Vesuvius REFRACTORY BLANKETS Allied Trading International Ltd Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Bajjo Glass Industry Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG Brasco International Calderys Refractory Solutions Cardinal Refractories Inc. Chapman Brack Contractors Ltd Eco Technical Ceramics Izocam LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG MAM Thermal Ceramics Mid-Mountain Materials, Inc. Millennium technology Morgan Advanced Materials Thermal Ceramics N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd Permatech Qatar Aluminium Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Refractory Specialties, Inc. A Unifrax Company SAFTI SBP Chemicals

Gillespie & Powers Inc. Glass Strand Inc GlassTech Refractory SCHUPP Ceramics Hutni projekt Frydek Seven Refractories d.o.o. Mistek a.s. SWP Refractories Lizmontagens Thermal Unifrax Technologies Vesuvius Logistica Comercial Brigmadi SA de CV REFRACTORY - CUTTING LUBITECH ENTERPRISES MACHINES M H Detrick Company Ltd Allied Trading International Ltd M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Allstates Refractory Major Engineering Contractors, LLC MAM Thermal Ceramics Bajjo Glass Industry Merkle International, Inc Brasco International Calderys Refractory Solutions Mersen Millennium technology Dukhiram Maurya Morgan Advanced Engineering. & Materials - Thermal Refractory Works Ceramics (India) P. Ltd. N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd Kandi Engineering Pvt Ltd Pentageni Co. Inc Logistica Comercial Permatech Brigmadi SA de CV Pony International Millennium technology Technologies,Ltd. Pentageni Co. Inc Prosaw Limited Prosaw Limited Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Seven Refractories d.o.o. Sun Systems Canceleria Y Rath AG Domos SA de CV Riedhammer GmbH, Industrial kiln plants REFRACTORY ENGINEERING - SUPPLY Schaefer Group, Inc., The & INSTALLATION Air and Energy Systems, Inc SET Linings Brasil Allied Mineral Products, Inc. Seven Refractories d.o.o. Allied Trading International Ltd Allstates Refractory Tellus-Ceram Contractors, LLC TNI Spring Technologies, LLC ANT Furnaces Togni S/A Materiais AVS Inc. Refratarios Bajjo Glass Industry Vesuvius Beck u. Kaltheuner Vesuvius USA Feuerfeste Woltz GmbH Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG York Linings International Ltd Brasco International Calderys REFRACTORY, Calderys Refractory Solutions RAW MATERIALS Calderys Refractory Taiwan Allied Trading International Ltd Cardinal Refractories Inc. ANT Furnaces Chapman Brack Bajjo Glass Industry Contractors Ltd Beck u. Kaltheuner Dukhiram Maurya Feuerfeste Engineering. & Erzeugnisse GmbH & Refractory Works Co. KG (India) P. Ltd. Calderys Eco Technical Ceramics Calderys Refractory Solutions Elkem Ceramite Fusionted S.R.L. Schaefer Group, Inc., The

Carborundum Universal Limited - Electro Minerals Division Cellaris Refractories India Limited Chapman Brack Contractors Ltd DongYang A.K Eco Technical Ceramics Elkem Ceramite GlassTech Refractory HEM Engineering & Consulting INISMa M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Millennium technology Momentive Performance Materials Inc. Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA NeoNickel Blackburn Permatech Qatar Aluminium Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Rath AG Tellus-Ceram THERMOLITH S.A. Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Toyo Tanso France SA Unicom Vesuvius REFRACTORY METALS Allied Trading International Ltd Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC ANT Furnaces AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG Calderys Calderys Refractory Solutions Cardinal Refractories Inc. EGETRAC entreprise de genie civil equipement et travaux de tuyauterie & chaudronnerie Ernst B Westman Ltd GlassTech Refractory H.C. Starck M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Millennium technology Permatech Plansee USA LLC Qatar Aluminium Ltd Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Sun Systems Canceleria Y Domos SA de CV Thermetal Engineering Ltd Wallwork Cast Alloys Wallwork Group Wallwork Heat Treatment Group REFRACTORY REMOVAL EQUIPMENT Allied Trading International Ltd Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Bajjo Glass Industry Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG Brasco International Calderys Calderys Refractory Solutions EGETRAC entreprise de genie civil equipement et travaux de tuyauterie & chaudronnerie GlassTech Refractory Kandi Engineering Pvt Ltd Logistica Comercial Brigmadi SA de CV Millennium technology SET Linings Brasil Seven Refractories d.o.o. REPAIRS - FURNACE MAINTENANCE, ENGINEERING Air and Energy Systems, Inc Allied Mineral Products, Inc. Allied Trading International Ltd Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC ANT Furnaces AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG Bock Energietechnik GmbH Calderys Calderys Refractory Solutions Cardinal Refractories Inc. Castolin Eutectic Chapman Brack Contractors Ltd Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd Cockerill Maintenance & Ingenerie (CMI) Combustol

Datsun Engineering and Construction Company De Winter Engineering BV DISMATEC Limited Dukhiram Maurya Engineering. & Refractory Works (India) P. Ltd. Duomo (UK) Ltd E2SL Eco Technical Ceramics EGB Vacuum Ltd EGETRAC entreprise de genie civil equipement et travaux de tuyauterie & chaudronnerie Elkem Ceramite Epcon Industrial Systems Esotermica Srl Fan Systems Group Ltd FEVISA Fives Stein Fuel Applications Limited Fusionted S.R.L. Gillespie & Powers Inc. GlassTech Refractory Gulf Coast Environmental Systems Gulf Plus - Kuwait Hatch Associates Henry F. Teichmann, Inc. Hotwork Hotwork Australia Pty Ltd Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd Hotwork International AG I.LE.S. Srl Industrial Gas Engineering (IGE) International Thermal Systems ITC Coatings Izocam Jasper GmbH Kandi Engineering Pvt Ltd Lizmontagens Thermal Technologies LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD LUBITECH ENTERPRISES M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Magneco/Metrel, Inc. Major Engineering Meltech Merkle International, Inc Mersen Midland Elements Limited

Millennium technology Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics Munimula Technology P/L N G Johnson (Northern) Ltd Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA NeoNickel Blackburn Pentageni Co. Inc Pony International Technologies,Ltd. Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Rath AG Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Reintech GmbH Riedhammer GmbH, Industrial kiln plants Sandvik Heating Technology UK Schaefer Group, Inc., The SCHUPP Ceramics SET Linings Brasil Shivang Furnaces and Ovens Industries Simullex GmbH SMS group S.p.A. Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG Surface Combustion, Inc. SWS Alloys and Metals Ltd Temperature Management Systems (Pty) Ltd Thermetal Engineering Ltd TMS SA TNI Spring Technologies, LLC Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Unifour B.V. Unifrax Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Vail Rubber Works Vesuvius Wellman Furnaces Woltz GmbH RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Allied Mineral Products, Inc. ANT Furnaces

AVS Inc. Bajjo Glass Industry Bock Energietechnik GmbH FEVISA Fusionted S.R.L. Hatch Associates IGR Institut für Glas- und Rohstofftechnologie GmbH INISMa Innoval Technology JTF Microscopy Services, LLC M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Marina Textil Mecfor Inc Midland Elements Limited Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA PCI Pentageni Co. Inc Pony International Technologies, Ltd. Radquim Raghav Ramming Mass Ltd Rath AG Refractory Specialties, Inc - A Unifrax Company Riedhammer GmbH, Industrial kiln plants RJM Metal Consultancy Ltd Rockwell Automation, Inc. Sacomet Limited Siemens Process Industries and Drives Simullex GmbH Spaco Technologies Ltd Tellus-Ceram Thermofax Ltd - Heat Treatments TMS SA TNI Spring Technologies, LLC Togni S/A Materiais Refratarios Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies Wallwork Cambridge Ltd. Wallwork Heat Treatment Group SAFETY EQUIPMENT A J Charnaud & Co (Pty) Ltd Bajjo Glass Industry Contego Safety Solutions Control Instruments Corp. Duomo (UK) Ltd FEVISA

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Fluke Process Instruments - Raytek/Ircon/ Datapaq Brands Gaskets Inc Logistica Comercial Brigmadi SA de CV M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Marina Textil MTAG Technology ag Prolind Pureflo Quaker Chemical B.V. Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Rockwell Automation, Inc. SARNES ingenieure GmbH Siemens Process Industries and Drives Spaco Technologies Ltd Testo Limited

Clayton Thermal Processes Ltd Datsun Engineering and Construction Company DISMATEC Limited F.I.C. (UK) Limited Gillespie & Powers Inc. Innoval Technology North West Fire Protection Ltd Pentageni Co. Inc Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Thermofax Ltd - Heat Treatments Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Vail Rubber Works Vesuvius Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies

SCRAP PREHEATERS Bajjo Glass Industry DongYang A.K Hertwich Engineering GmbH M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Major Engineering Munimula Technology P/L PCI Pentageni Co. Inc

TEMPERATURE CONTROLS Almor Group Ascon Tecnologic North America Bajjo Glass Industry Bock Energietechnik GmbH De Winter Engineering BV DongYang A.K Eurotherm by Schneider Electric Fluke Process Instruments - Raytek/Ircon/ Datapaq Brands Fuel Applications Limited Gefran GMC for Glass Industry GTG Hays Cleveland Hotwork Combustion Technology Ltd SA Energy Resoures SDN BHD LumaSense Technologies GmbH M.E.SCHUPP Industriekeramik GmbH & Co. KG Marathon Monitors and Control Systems Corporation Limited Millennium technology MTAG Technology ag Nadir Figueiredo Ind e Com SA Navin Corporation Obninsk termoelectric company, LTD

Schaefer Group, Inc., The TDI Group LLC SIPHON SYSTEMS Bajjo Glass Industry Beck u. Kaltheuner Feuerfeste Erzeugnisse GmbH & Co. KG Hencon Major Engineering Mecfor Inc Munimula Technology P/L Pentageni Co. Inc STAS Inc. Temperature Management Systems (Pty) Ltd SUBCONTRACT SERVICES Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Bajjo Glass Industry Bock Energietechnik GmbH Brasco International Chapman Brack Contractors Ltd

Ohio Semitronics, Inc. Permatech Phoenix Temperature Measurement Process-Electronic GmbH Process-Electronic Sp. z o.o. Process-Electronic SRL Prolind Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Rockwell Automation, Inc. SCHUPP Ceramics Siemens Process Industries and Drives Specnow Ltd STAS Inc. Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Sun Electronic Systems, Inc Temperature Management Systems (Pty) Ltd Thermal Engineering & Controls Thermcraft, Inc. Thermo-Kinetics Co Ltd TMS Europe Ltd TMS SA Unicom United Process Controls Inc TEMPERATURE INDICATING PAINTS/ CRAYONS Bajjo Glass Industry Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. Millennium technology Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems SBP Chemicals Temperature Management Systems (Pty) Ltd Walters & Walters Ltd THERMOCOUPLES Allstates Refractory Contractors, LLC Almor Group Ascon Tecnologic North America Bajjo Glass Industry Bock Energietechnik GmbH Cardinal Refractories Inc. De Winter Engineering BV

DongYang A.K EGB Vacuum Ltd Esotermica Srl Eurotherm by Schneider Electric F.I.C. (UK) Limited FEVISA Fluke Process Instruments - Raytek/Ircon/ Datapaq Brands Fredericks Company, | The Televac Gefran GMC for Glass Industry Hays Cleveland High Temp Measurement LLC IAS GmbH LSA Energy Resoures SDN BHD Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. Morgan Advanced Materials - Thermal Ceramics National Basic Sensor Navin Corporation Obninsk termoelectric company, LTD Permatech Phoenix Temperature Measurement Pyromation, Inc. Radir (Raytek Ircon) Infra-Red Systems Raloid Tool Company Incorporated Rockwell Automation, Inc. SBP Chemicals Schaefer Group, Inc., The SK Environmental Ltd Spaco Technologies Ltd Stolzle Flaconnage Stork Technical Services (Cooperheat product line) Tecalex Temperature Management Systems (Pty) Ltd Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Thermal Detection Ltd. Thermcraft, Inc. Thermo-Kinetics Co Ltd TMS Europe Ltd TMS SA Unicom

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GUIDE TO FURNACE PLANT EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS & SERVICES Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Wellman Furnaces VACUUM COMPONENTS Bajjo Glass Industry Busch (UK) Ltd Carbon International Ltd Fredericks Company, The Televac GTG Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd INFICON MAM Thermal Ceramics MTAG Technology ag OmegaVac Vacuum Products LLC Rockwell Automation, Inc. Spencer Turbine Company Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Toyo Tanso France SA Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Vacuum Research Corporation Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies VACUUM PUMPS Bajjo Glass Industry Busch (UK) Ltd Hind High Vacuum Co. (P) Ltd M/S Ajay Foumdry Linkers (R) Metallemporiki Thomas Makris S.A. MTAG Technology ag OmegaVac Vacuum Products LLC Refraconsulting Industrial Technologies Rockwell Automation, Inc. SBP Chemicals Therelek Engineers Pvt Ltd Vacuum & Atmosphere Services Ltd Vacuum Research Corporation

Siemens Process Industries and Drives SUG Schmelz- und Gießanlagen GmbH & Co. KG

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