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Global Automotive Supplier Receives Standardized Heat Treating Capabilities


全球汽车供应商实现标准化的热处理能力


In the first half of 2013, a Tier 1 automotive component supplier approached Can-Eng Furnaces International Ltd., Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, about a major upgrade to its heat treating capabilities. Te supplier had plans to begin global production of lightweight high integrity aluminum automotive structural castings, which would require multiple installations across the globe. “Our customer was looking to expand both in North


America as well as Asia,” said Tim Donofrio, vice presi- dent, standard and aluminum parts, Can-Eng. “As a Tier 1 supplier, they needed to partner with someone who had the manufacturing and service capabilities in multiple regions. Tere are technical challenges, which are manageable issues to solve. Te geographical concerns, the geopolitical con- cerns, and language and cultural barriers can be tricky.” Can-Eng designed, manufactured and installed a high-


volume continuous heat treatment system for sites in North America and China. Te automated heat treating system included a solution furnace with rapid quench transfer ca- pabilities and artificial aging oven. Te installations include Can-Eng’s Precision Air Quench (PAQ) Technology, which integrates a combination of air handling technologies and computational fluid dynamic modeling which uniformly de- livers conditioned quench media. Standardization was a vital aspect of the project so the customer could achieve repeat- able and uniform results, while minimizing residual stress. “Te customer needs to have a standardized system,”


Donofrio said. “Tat way, if a technical team in the U.S. is trying to solve a problem related to heat treatment, it can easily collaborate with a technical team in China. Tey are talking about the same equipment and the same processes.” Te systems were installed with Can-Eng’s Level 2 automa-


tion system that integrates product recognition, tracking and processing parameter historical trending capabilities. Quench parameters are developed for each component configuration and once validated can be integrated as part of the product recipe. “We also offer ongoing equipment support, just as we do


with all our systems,” Donofrio said. “We continue to have a dialogue with the customer that includes follow-up support


and assistance.”  Visit www.can-eng.com for more information.


2013年上半年,一级汽车铸件供应商与位于加拿大 安大略省尼亚加拉大瀑布地区的Can-Eng Furnaces国 际有限公司开展了合作,对其热处理能力进行较大的升 级。该供应商已计划开始轻质、高度整合的铝合金汽车 结构铸件的全球生产,这将需要在全球范围内对热处理 设备进行大量的安装。


“我们的客户正在努力扩大北美和亚洲市,”Can- Eng公司标准和铝合金铸件的副总裁蒂姆•多诺里奥 说:“作为一级供应商,他们需要与在多个领域具备生 产和服务能力的企业开展合作。技术方面的挑战还易于 处理,然而地理、地缘政治和语言文化方面的障碍最为 棘手。”


Can-Eng公司为北美和中国的工厂设计、生产和安 装了大容量连续热处理系统。该自动化热处理系统包括 具备快速淬火转换能力的固溶炉以及时效处理炉。安装 设备采用了Can-Eng公司的精确空气淬火(PAQ)技 术,将空气处理技术和计算流体动力建模技术相结合, 可均匀提供相适应的淬火介质。


项目的标准化是至关重要的方面,客户能够得到可重 复性和一致性的结果,同时最小化残余应力。 “客户需要有标准化系统,”多诺里奥说:“这样的 话,如果美国的技术团队想要解决与热处理有关的问题 时,他们可以很容易地与中国的技术团队合作。因为他 们面对的是同样的设备和工艺。”


该系统安装有Can-Eng公司的二级自动化系统,整 合了产品识别、追踪和工艺参数的历史趋势分析能力。 淬火参数根据每个铸件配置而设置,一旦经过验证,就 能够集成为产品配方的一部分。


“我们还可以提供持续的设备支持,就像我们所提供 的所有系统一样,”多诺里奥说:“我们将继续与客户 保持沟通,包括后续的支持和帮助。”  更多信息,请访问:www.can-eng.com


ASCOJET Combi blaster 1708 Combines Dry Ice Blasting with Abrasives With the launch of the ASCOJET Combi blaster 1708,


ASCOJET Combi blaster 1708喷射设备将磨料与干冰喷射结合使用


ASCO is responding to existing market demand for clean- ing processes with slightly abrasive properties. Based on the long-time technological know-how of the engineers at ASCO CARBON DIOXIDE LTD, the new dry ice blasting unit ASCOJET Combi blaster 1708


ASCOJET Combi blaster 1708,是ASCO公司针对 轻微研磨需求的市场推出的干冰清理设备。 在ASCO二氧化碳有限公司工程师长期的技术经验 基础上,新型干冰喷砂单元ASCOJET Combi blaster 1708安装了新研发的定量装置,因此可以在干冰流中


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