April 05, 2017

Lindberg/MPH Receives Order From Temp-Rite Steel Treating Inc.

April 5, 2017

Lindberg/MPH has received a purchase order from Temp-Rite Steel Treating in Harrison Township, MI. The order is for a large capacity production box type furnace.  The furnace will be used for a range of thermal processing applications up to 1200°F.  The furnace has a workspace of 48” wide x 84” long x 48” high and is a duplicate of two others already in production.

Temp-Rite Steel Treating is a highly regarded commercial heat treating company that serves various markets with atmosphere, aluminum and vacuum heat treating equipment.  The unit is scheduled to be in production by mid- 2017.

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