Between September and December 2014, Ipsen will be shipping four VFS® furnaces from their Souderton, Pennsylvania facility to customers around the United Sates.
These shipments – valued at more than $4.7 million – will be delivered to sites within Washington, Ohio, North Carolina and South Carolina and will be used primarily within the Aerospace and Medical industries. In addition to those furnaces, Ipsen also has orders for more VFS equipment scheduled to ship in 2015.
With more than 600 systems installed globally, the VFS product line represents Ipsen’s ability to provide sophisticated, intuitive heat-treating solutions that support various applications and processes, such as brazing and debinding and sintering.
The vacuum furnaces scheduled for shipment in 2014 cover a wide range of the VFS product line, including HIQ (Horizontal Internal Quench), HEQ (Horizontal External Quench) and the specialized VDS (Vacuum Debind and Sinter) system capable of high-efficiency binder and contaminate trapping.
The HEQ and HIQ models represent the latest vacuum furnace innovations and designs. Overall, the VFS series provides consistent performance and reliability, all while staying committed to supplying maintenance-friendly designs that reduce downtime.
For those visiting FNA 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee, find out more by visiting Ipsen at booth #201/203 from October 7-8. In addition, by bringing a part drawing and/or details of your material and parts to Ipsen’s booth, you will be able to work with an expert to optimize your process and create a recipe, as well as receive extra entries into a drawing for an iPad.
To learn more about Ipsen’s VFS product line, contact Mike Simmermon at 215-723-8125 ext. 188 or [email protected]. To discuss your specific needs today, find a local Ipsen representative at www.IpsenUSA.com/map.