CarTech replaces furnaces in plant upgrade
Jun 05, 2013 | 11:43 AM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Carpenter Technology Corp. is undertaking a $20-million upgrade at its Reading, Pa., site, that will include the replacement of two furnaces to better produce high-temperature alloys for the specialty steel market.
The replacement of the two furnaces is part of Carpenters "continuing need for increased capacity for high-temperature heating of our alloys," Matthew Enoch, vice president of manufacturing at the companys Reading operations, told AMM.....
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