Another Can-Eng Mesh Belt Furnace Commissioned Overseas
CAN-ENG Furnaces International Ltd has recently commissioned in the Piedmont Region of Italy, a state-of-the-art continuous mesh belt heat treat system for the production of high quality automotive fasteners. This Italian project was one of four installation locations for this globally recognized producer of specialty automotive fasteners that span from Europe, South America, Mexico and USA.
CAN-ENG was chosen to supply its systems 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 energy efficient combustion and waste heat recovery systems, atmosphere controlled mesh belt hardening system, oil quench, post wash system, temper furnace, soluble oil system, bi-directional conveyor discharge, and CAN-ENG’s Level 2 SCADA system. CAN-ENG’s PET™ system provides the user with access to vital Industry 4.0 features which includes product traceability, detailed process data for continuous process improvements, comprehensive equipment diagnostics, cost analysis, and inventory management. The top-of-the-line system also integrates Can-Eng’s Energy Reduction System (ERS™) which significantly reduces the energy requirements of the system. The system was commissioned Q4, 2018 and has met, and exceeded the clients’ performance expectations. 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, demonstrate their capability of meeting and exceeding processing standards that include AIAG CQI-9 requirements. For further information please visit www.can-eng.com or contact Tim Donofrio – Vice President, Sales at email@example.com.
CAN-ENG Furnaces International Ltd is an ISO 9001:2015 certified company with its head office and manufacturing facility located in Niagara Falls, ON, Canada.