Nutec Bickley has continued to consolidate its leading position in the arena of ceramic kilns with the successful completion of a prestigious contract for a world-renowned sanitaryware manufacturer with factories across the globe.SEE MORE
Year 2017-2018. Fabrication of 25 modular sections of a continuous galvanizing furnace line. Preheating and Radiant Tubes Heating Sections. The project scope included all steel works, supply and install of insulation material, including inner sheets and mechanical assembly of radiant tubes and all casing accessories.SEE MORE
FINKL STEEL –Sorel, formerly Sorel Forge part of the forge group FINKL STEEL along with formers A. Finkl and sons and Composite Forge – has been benefiting over the past three years from the installation of a state-of-the-art, gas-fired car bottom Heat Treating batch furnace designed and manufactured by Nutec Bickley.SEE MORE
A company with over 25 years’ experience in heat treating aluminum – and operating several heat treatment furnaces of various sizes and capacities – asked for our help to improve its process efficiency and use of resources.SEE MORE
Nutec Bickley has recently installed another new rotary furnace at the Bensalem, Philadelphia, USA plant operated by Specialty Ring Products (SRP), the leading provider of high performance quality forgings and machining to the aerospace, defense, energy, industrial and bearing industries. The furnace will be producing steel ingots weighing between 1kg and 23kg (2 lb and 50 lb), used for the manufacture of alloy steel rings.SEE MORE
Our customer needed to replace older heat treating equipment with high maintenance demands. The company was looking for a supplier who could deliver a turnkey solution for heat treating aluminum forgings, including quenching.SEE MORE
The expected quoting time for this furnace was in less time than we normally do. This was asked from our customer, since they needed to start operation with this unit as soon as possible.SEE MORE
This client is a prestigious company in the automotive sector, dedicated to the manufacture of parts (shafts) for the transmission systems of heavy trucks, cargo vans and tractors.
The company also recently started making steel forgings for lighter vehicles.
This client is a prominent foundry company dedicated to the manufacture of iron and steel castings. It supplies the main manufacturers in the railroad industry throughout America.
Its main products are components for railroad cars, railroad tanks and all the parts required to couple railcarss.
FINKL STEEL –Sorel, formerly Sorel Forge part of the forge group FINKL STEEL along with formers A. Finkl and sons and Composite Forge – has been benefiting from the installation of a state-of-the-art, gas-fired car bottom Heating for forging batch furnace manufactured by Nutec Bickley.
The installation is at their St-Joseph-de-Sorel´s facility, Québec, Canada, the largest production open die forgings of this kind in that country.
Our QC, Canada based customer is an integrated manufacturer and supplier of customized pipes, fittings and solutions to major industry players across the energy and environmental value chain.
They manufacture a complete range of welded steel pipes, butt weld fittings, and pressure vessels.
Our Customer, based in PA, USA, manufactures wheels, wheel end, and braking components for commercial and passenger vehicles.
Their lean global manufacturing footprint means they are trusted by original equipment manufacturers and the aftermarket to deliver the best products, and deliver them on time.
A German furnace company subcontracted us to handle the needs of one of its American clients on a project involving the fabrication and installation of 20 pyrolysis furnaces.
The end user in the USA for whom we manufactured this equipment is a company dedicated to the recycling of automotive tires.
Our West Coast, USA based customer has invested in a strong modernization program and we are extremely pleased to have been chosen to be part of that process.
This automotive aluminum parts manufacturer is well recognized in North America for the quality of its products
Our Northern Quebec, Canada based Customer, has invested in a strong modernization program and we are extremely pleased to have been chosen to be part of that process.
This Aluminum Heat Treating firm is well recognized in North America for its Customer Service and Quality. Our advanced furnace technology plays an important part in their process.
The client is a manufacturer of forged products with plants in Santa Catarina and García (both Nuevo León, Mexico). The client needed two dual-purpose furnaces for its austenitizing (high temperature) and tempering (low temperature) processes.SEE MORE
This customer operates as a forged products subsystems and systems integration manufacturing company. The company performs forging, welding, heat treating, assembly, machining, and testing services for systems. The client needed to increase their production capacity without affecting the current output.SEE MORE
The customer produces various stainless steel grades for the aerospace and power generation industry. This US company melts the raw materials to produce ingots and bar material for end users in these industries.SEE MORE
Installation of a combustion chamber to operate safely at 1,200 ° C (2,190 ° F), the client is dedicated to the exploitation, processing and commercialization of minerals.SEE MORE
Installation of furnaces for crucibles with temperatures of 1,500°C (2,730°F) in our client is involved internationally in processing pigments and colorants for the manufacture of paint and coatings.SEE MORE
Replace an obsolete quench tank for T6 aluminum Heat treatment.SEE MORE
This project consisted on the design, manufacture and installation of 13 low temperature ovens and two kilns with temperatures ranging from 200°C to 1,650°C (390°F to 3,000°F), as well as retrofits for two kilns, all of this being part of a major redesign at our client’s facility.SEE MORE
The customer for this contract is a company in the Mexican automotive industry dedicated to the manufacture of forged parts by means of heat treatment (normalizing) for automotive parts and other motor system components, for instance for coaches and truck tractors.SEE MORE
This contract is further evidence that we are the go-to kiln manufacturer for the world’s ceramic sanitaryware industry. We work extremely closely with our customers, we understand all the important parameters, and our team can be relied upon to come up with state-of-the-art, bespoke solutions.SEE MORE
Our client wanted to increase production but did not have enough space for a conventional furnace. It had very fast cooling and heating times, which considerably lengthened its production cycles.SEE MORE
Our client is dedicated to the manufacture of specialty technical ceramic items. The company began production of these ceramic pieces in order to guarantee the supply of a very complex component made of high alumina.SEE MORE