Introducing Gasbarre Furnace Group and a New Focus for Their Industrial Heat Treating Furnace Companies

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Gasbarre Products, Inc., a designer, manufacturer and marketer of capital equipment and related services, introduces Gasbarre Furnace Group, formerly Sinterite Furnace Division, with a new look and business focus that extends across their three supporting companies. The debut appearance will occur at the Furnaces North America (FNA) Show October 1-3 and can be seen at the opening reception and exhibit booths 200-203.

Gasbarre Furnace Group includes a powerhouse of industrial heat treating companies well known in the industry including, Sinterite, C.I. Hayes and J.L. Becker. All are well known for their accelerated efforts in engineering, technology and commercial-based solutions focused on meeting the challenges of customer related issues. Each company, as well as the umbrella group, all have a new synergistic look and a clear vision into the future with a unified, solid goal of increasing the success of their customers’ business.

Gasbarre Products began in 1973 and was driven to design, manufacture and service a complete line of powder compaction and sizing presses for the metallurgy industry. After a very successful run they realized that adding thermal processing to the compacted powder product offerings would turn it into a stronger provider of manufacturing solutions. Thus, in 1989, Gasbarre Products acquired Sinterite, in St. Marys Pennsylvania, to have a custom sintering furnace design and manufacturing operation under its capital equipment umbrella. The scenario of creating a full spectrum of thermal and material processing equipment and engineering opportunities was enhanced with the acquisition of C.I. Hayes in Cranston, Rhode Island, in 2003. And finally, J.L. Becker, in Plymouth Michigan, joined the Gasbarre family in 2011.

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