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Global fastener company orders Can-Eng mesh belt heat treatment system

Published: - 06/07/2017 Author: Scaccabarozzi, Ed. Staff
Global fastener company orders Can-Eng mesh belt heat treatment system

CAN-ENG Furnaces International Ltd was recently awarded a contract to design and supply a mesh belt heat treat system with a production capacity of 4,000 lb/hr of high quality automotive fasteners. CAN-ENG was entrusted with the contract from this new European based client based on proven reliability, efficiency, and soft-part-handling features; hallmarks of CAN-ENG’s Mesh Belt Furnace Systems. The new, high-volume fastener system features: an atmosphere controlled mesh belt hardening system, oil quench, post wash system, temper furnace, soluble oil system, bi-directional conveyor discharge, and CAN-ENG’s PETTM Level 2 SCADA system. By integrating CAN-ENG’s Level 2 Automation, the automotive supplier provides themselves access to vital tracking of their products’ status, detailed process data for continuous process improvements, comprehensive equipment diagnostics, cost analysis, & inventory management. The top-of-the-line system also utilizes Can-Eng’s Energy Reduction System (ERSTM), significantly reducing the energy requirements of the system. The system is scheduled to be commissioned Q4 – 2017.

Through proven results, CAN-ENG Furnaces’ Continuous Mesh Belt Heat Treatment Systems remain an integral technology for processing high quality automotive fasteners. As the demands of the automotive industry grow ever-increasingly, CAN-ENG’s Mesh Belt Heat Treatment Systems repeatedly, demonstrably capable of meeting and exceeding processing standards that include AIAG CQI-9 requirements. For further information please visit or contact Tim Donofrio – Vice President, Sales at CAN-ENG Furnaces International Ltd is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company with its head office and manufacturing facility located in Niagara Falls, ON, Canada.