Thermcraft, Inc. announced today the release of eXPRESS-LINE, the company’s first standard size laboratory furnace, which can provide the same high quality and durability of Thermcraft’s custom furnaces with the fast shipment and affordability of standard furnaces.
“Researchers and manufacturers who rely on grant money or government funds have always been asking for quality lab furnaces that fit their tight budget and can be delivered within a short span of time, and our answer is creating our own line of standard size furnaces that will fit their needs perfectly,” said Tom Crafton, President of Thermcraft. “Our customers are our top priority and we do our best to give them what they want.”
Thermcraft has been designing and engineering custom lab furnaces for over four decades. The company is currently recognized as the #1 manufacturer of custom furnaces in the world. And now with its first standard size product line, it aims to cut the delivery period from 6-8 weeks down to just 2 weeks while still providing a degree of customization via controller options, data acquisition and communication options, gas purging and exhaust options, etc.
“We take pride in the accuracy and toughness of our custom furnaces, however, we are also aware that the steep cost is preventing many small and medium laboratories from getting the furnaces they need. Through standardization, we are able to offer our eXPRESS-LINE Laboratory Furnaces at significantly lower prices as they can be made at a lower cost while also having a faster turnaround,” said Tom Crafton, President of Thermcraft. “This is yet another step in our goal of providing quality lab furnaces to all who need them.”
Thermcraft’s eXPRESS-LINE Laboratory Furnaces are available now at www.thermcraftinc.com with pricing that starts at $2,018.00. The Thermcraft website has also been updated with ecommerce capabilities to eliminate the need for users to talk to a sales representative when making a purchase.
Thermcraft is a global leader when it comes to the provision of high quality thermal processing equipment. The company has been producing top-of-the line custom lab furnaces for more than four decades. Its headquarters is located in Winston-Salem, NC and it has offices all around the world. For more information please visit www.thermcraftinc.com.