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Metal processing news, December 2016

Nominations Open for PM Distinguished Service Award

The Metal Powder Industries Federation (MPIF) is seeking nominations for the MPIF Distinguished Service to Powder Metallurgy Award.

Höganäs AB has reorganised its business into three global business areas: automotive, industrial and environmental.

Hi-line Industries, a UK manufacturer of compressed air handling and purification equipment, has reported its most successful period ever.

Praxair has notified bulk gas and medical gas customers in North America of price increases.

Ames Laboratory has been awarded US$5 million to improve metal powders used in additive manufacturing (AM).

Wall Colmonoy’s Aerobraze Engineered Technologies has won a competition to overhaul the F-16 primary and secondary heat exchangers.

Seco/Warwick is holding a webinar on 13th December covering its heat treatment services.

Dr Camila Fernandez has received the €10,000 Umicore Materials Technology Award.

Metalysis Ltd reports that it has successfully produced graphene using the company’s proprietary electrochemical metal powder manufacturing process.

Ron Graham has received an award from the ASTM International Committee on Reactive and Refractory Metals and Alloys (B10).

Höganäs has opened a tech center specialising in surface coating at its headquarters in Sweden.

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