Primary Metals and Heat Treating Industries

Primary Metals and Heat Treating Industries

Primary Metals 
Since 1943, The Alloy Engineering Company has pioneered the design of specialized equipment involved in the manufacturing of a wide range of alloy products used by the primary metals industry, specifically in the production of carbon steel and stainless steel, copper and aluminum.

Heat Treating
Alloy Engineering furnishes equipment that is used for both commercial and in-house heat treating in industrial applications. We’ve been improving furnace hardware operating in temperatures  from 1000°F -2500°F since 1943. Our expertise has benefited customers utilizing the following processes: 

  • Annealing
  • Hardening
  • Carbo-Nitriding
  • Carburizing
  • Nitriding
  • Tempering

Engineered Solutions for Peak Performance
With a reputation built on providing high‐quality, long‐lasting and cost-effective engineered solutions, our focus is on improving our customers’ equipment performance and helping them reduce their energy consumption. We work with our customers in both the primary metals and heat treating industries by:

  • Assisting in material selection
  • Engineering new and reverse engineering OEM products
  • Improving product durability and process efficiency
  • Providing customization according to customer needs  
  • Continuously enhancing product performance based on accumulated customer experience; by doing so, we offer customers solutions for enhanced service life of their equipment 

We are committed to helping customers raise productivity while achieving the lowest possible operating and maintenance costs.

Our stainless and nickel alloy components for the heat treating and primary metals industry include:

  • Convector Plates
  • Diffuser Bases
  • Fixtures and Baskets
  • Furnace Bases
  • Furnace Muffles
  • High-Temperature Fans and High-Temperature Blowers
  • Radiant Tubes 
  • Recuperator tube bundles
  • Retorts and Inner Covers
  • Trays

To learn more about how Alloy Engineering provides alloy fabrications for the primary metals and heat treating industries, simply fill out the form on this page and a member of our team will be in touch with you. Or, you may call us at 440.243.6800.

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