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ICACC’13 EXPO PREVIEW Association of American Ceramic industry and academic institutions to further Buhler Inc. Component Manufacturers develop innovative solutions for existing and Booth No. 301 Booth No. 304 future materials in ceramics, coatings and paints, Buhler is the global specialist and technology AACCM’s member companies manufacture abrasives and polishes, aerospace, thermo insu- partner in the supply of plants and services for ceramic components from ceramic powders at lation, catalysis, and many more industry areas. processing grain and food as well as for manufac- US operating facilities. AACCM’s purpose is to tferland@nafen.eu | www.nafen.eu turing advanced materials. Buhler’s core technolo- expand the market for US-manufactured compo- Ph: 0037253456955 | Fax: 003726631100 gies consist of mechanical, thermal, and biological nents by enhancing processes and quality, and to      process engineering technologies. The Grinding increase the awareness of ceramic applications. ANOR Precision Ceramic & Dispersion business unit offers products for wet mstout@ceramics.org | http://aaccm.org Industrial Co. grinding and dispersion applications— individual Ph: 614-794-5821 | Fax: 614-794-5881 Booth No. 223 production machines and comprehensive solu-      ANOR specializes in ceramic injection molding tions for manufacturing printing inks and paints, electronic materials, fine chemicals, and products ACT-RX Technology Corp. (CIM) process integration to bring forward inno- for other industries.. Booth No. 223 vative products. Focus materials: ZrO2 zirconia, buhler.minneapolis@buhlergroup.com | Over the years we continue to adhere to a cus- Al2O3 alumina. Products: CeraDyna bearings, www.buhlergroup.com tomer-oriented approach and built our expertise ceramic knives, LED ceramic substrate, custom- Ph: 763-847-990 in the field of thermal management. We also are ized products the proud inventor and sole maker of the most Paul.Hsu@mail.anor.com.tw |      reliable fan, CeraDyna. ARX is the premier expert www.anor.com.tw/en/ Carbolite Inc. in production and distribution of a wide range of Ph: +886-2-7731-2100 | Booth No. 206 cooling fans. Fax: +886-2-7731-2131 Established in 1938, Carbolite is a world-leading yw.kung@arx.actrx.com.tw |      manufacturer and supplier of elite laboratory heat- www.actrx.com.tw/en/ AVS Inc. ing equipment. Carbolite offers an extensive line of Ph: +886-2-8242-1111 | Booth No. 210 laboratory heat processing furnaces and oven prod- Fax: +886-2-8245-2200 AVS specializes in design, engineering, fabrication, ucts for use in the research, testing, and pilot plant      and complete integration of custom furnaces. We environments. Furnaces are provided for operation up to 1,800°C, ovens products to 600°C, and incu- Alfred University specialize in applications involving combinations of bators to 80°C. Our product range includes multiple Booth No. 212 high temperatures to 2,400°C, vacuum to 10-6 torr, chamber sizes of box/chamber, tube, and bottom Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering/New York and gas pressures up to 3000 psig (200 bar). We and top loading furnaces, ovens, incubators, and State College of Ceramics at Alfred University: BS also manufacture furnaces that include hydraulic sterilizers. Carbolite also provides modified or spe- and MS degrees in ceramic engineering, glass, hot pressing from 5 tons to more than 1,000 tons cial furnace and oven products. Custom-engineered biomaterials, materials science and engineer- of force, complex gas controls such as MIM and furnaces can be designed to meet specific cus- ing, electrical, and mechanical engineering. PhD CVD, as well as combination debinding/sintering tomer requirements. degrees in ceramics, glass, and materials science. furnaces. Some AVS furnace applications involve sales@carbolite-usa.com | www.carbolite.us Short courses for ceramics and glass profession- induction heating, but most utilize either graphite Ph: 920-262-0240 | Fax: 920-262-0255 als. Research in glass, ceramics, and biomaterials. or metal resistance heating. AVS leads the industry Analytical services. with its ACE Data Acquisition and Control System,      wightman@alfred.edu | a fully integrated control system that provides Centorr Vacuum Industries www.engineering.alfred.edu graphical user interface screens with point-and-click Booth No. 416 Ph: 607-871-2425 | Fax: 607-871-2392 selection and control of furnace components, run- Centorr Vacuum Industries is a manufacturer of      time parameter displays, recipe screens, user-con- vacuum /controlled-atmosphere furnaces for sinter- figurable recipes, status screens, statistics screen, ing, debinding, and heat treatment of advanced American Ceramic Society (The) and trend screens, including a split-screen feature, ceramics (SiC, Si N , AlN, BN, and B C), refractory Booth No. 105 allowing direct trend screen comparisons. metals, and hardmetals. Available in laboratory/pro-443 More than 9,500 scientists, engineers, research- sales@avsinc.com | www.avsinc.com duction sizes to 3,000°C with graphite or refractory ers, manufacturers, plant personnel, educators, Ph: 978-772-0710 | Fax: 978-772-6462 metal hot zones and optional Sweepgas binder- students, marketing, and sales professionals from removal system.     more than 70 countries make up the members of The American Ceramic Society. Baikowski International Corp. Ph: 603-595-7233 | Fax: 603-595-9220plennon@centorr.com | www.centorr.com customerservice@ceramics.org | Booth No. 402      www.ceramics.org Baikowski is a leading industrial company dedicat- Ph: 866-721-3322 | Fax: 240-396-5637 ed to the production of high-purity alumina powders CM Furnaces Inc.      and as well as specialty powders of zirconia, spinel, Booth No. 311 ANF Technology Ltd. materials are designed for a wide range of markets construction as well as specialized custom units.YAG, nanophosphors, and others. Such high-qualityCM Furnaces offers units of standard design and Booth No. 327 We manufacture a complete line of laboratoryincluding lighting, sapphire, watches and jewelry, ANF Technology is part of the ANF Group of furnaces in all configurations, including box and-health and medicine, plasma TV, technical ceram companies. The group is focused on the devel- tube furnaces, ranging from 1,000°C to 2,000°C.ics, semiconductor polish, and microelectronics, to opment, manufacture, and sale of superior These are available in air, inert- and reducingname a few. quality aluminum oxide nanofibers and powders atmospheres. CM also offers production furnacesjotto@baikowski.com | www.baikowski.com (trademarked as Nafen). By way of our patented and our 1,700°C batch, hydrogen and box fur-Ph: 704-587-7100 | Fax: 704-587-7106 production method, we are capable of provid- naces. ing these uniquely superior products in industrial info@cmfurnaces.com | quantities while maintaining our strict quality www.cmfurnaces.com guidelines. ANF Group works in tandem with Ph: 973-338-6500 | Fax: 973-338-1625 American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 92, No. 1 | www.ceramics.org 45


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