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Metal processing news, December 2014

IHEA announces 2015 Safety Seminar

The Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA)’s Safety Standards and Codes Seminar will take place from 21–22 April 2015 in Des Plaines, Illinois.

Compacted tungsten could replace depleted uranium

Researchers at MIT are developing new chromium-tungsten alloys that could be as strong and hard as depleted uranium.

Heat treatment specialist Linde AG has appointed Dr Christian Bruch and Bernd Eulitz as new members of its executive board with effect from January 2015.

GKN Automotive today announced it has moved into a new regional headquarters for the Americas in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

Carbolite has introduced a series of high-temperature sintering furnaces that can provide temperatures up to 3000°C under vacuum, inert gas and reactive at

North America eclipsed China as the biggest producer of rare earth metal molybdenum in the second quarter of 2014, the International Molybdenum Association

GKN Sinter Metals plant in Bonn has celebrated its 80th anniversary.

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