Alloy Engineering Blog

Why furnace muffles fail: Poor design

Furnace muffles are one of the key components in your manufacturing process. As a maintenance manager or process engineeryou want to...

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Snow White - Dye Penetrant Testing 310 Stainless Steel

“Snow white! That’s what I want to see… You guys have the procedures and you know what you’re doing with this material.” That’s high...

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Alloy Engineering Company Celebrates 75th Anniversary

BEREA, OHIO – November marks the 75th anniversary for Alloy Engineering Company, an industry leader in the design and manufacture of...

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AECO will be at PowderMet 2018 in San Antonio, TX Booth 221

Posted on June 13, 2018

in Muffles, PowderMet

Alloy Engineering will be at PowderMet 2018 in San Antonio, TX from June 18th-19th. Please stop by the booth, #221, and ask about how we...

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Yielding High Performance from High Temperature Fans

Posted on June 11, 2018

in Industrial Fans, Company News, fan wheel

High temperature fans in heat treating applications can be designed and fabricated for maximum performance and service life. Knowing the...

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Textured Radiant Tubes Represent a Viable, High Temperature Alternative.

Posted on February 28, 2018

in Radiant Tubes

Every day, we see products that were developed for one application  which possess qualities that fit another. That is clearly the case...

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Alloy Engineering’s General Manager Featured in American Welding Societies Publication

Posted on February 07, 2018

in Company News


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Improving Gas Flow For Furnace Efficiency

Improving production and energy efficiencies in the steel and wire industry is of vital concern for both those in the industry, and the...

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Recuperators Recover Heat. Replacement Modules Protect Productivity.

Posted on December 21, 2017

in Company News, Recuperators

Recuperators recover heat from the furnace waste gases and convert it into usable heat that is put into the combustion air of a gas...

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Advantages Of Wrought Radiant Tubes vs. Cast Tubes

Posted on November 02, 2017

in Company News, Batch Annealing Process, Radiant Tubes, Wrought, Cast

Achieving maximum production efficiency in manufacturing is never a ‘done deal’. Competitive pressures and rising costs continually...

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