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CGC Kymon is one of the leading forging companies in Australia. Established in 1918, CGC Kymon is an Australian-owned internationally-oriented innovator in metal forging and open-die forgings for the construction and mining industry.   CGC Kymon ...
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Hydratight has been manufacturing and developing Integrity and Sealing Products for over 40 years. The product range includes Mechanical Connectors,Contained, Hydraulic, Micro, Slimline and Base Bolt Tensioners, Boring Bars, Milling Machines, Flanges, ...
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RCR is an integrated engineering company providing turnkey solutions to blue chip clients in the mining equipment and process technologies, resources, power and energy sectors across Australasia. RCR’s services include design, engineering, ...
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Inductotherm is a worldwide leading manufacturer of induction furnaces and customised induction heat treating and annealing machines.  Inductotherm designs and manufactures the most advanced melting, heating, holding and auto pouring systems for ...
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Sheet Metal Machinery Australia supply High Precision Press Brakes, Gillotines, CNC Panel Folders, Folding Centres, Flangers and Swagers, Duct Seamers, Shears, Punching/Nibbling Machines, Roll Formers, Notchers, Bending Presses, Bevelling Machines, Steel ...
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Heat treatment chemicals.
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Heat treatment, shot peening & metallurgical services.
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Punchtech are providers of second hand refurbished Amada Machinery, Ketec Tooling, Amada Spares and Metalix 2D CAD/CAM Software. Punchtech's products apply to the Metal Fabrication Industry.
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The new furnace features high pressure 12-bar gas quenching and convection assisted heating
Supplier news
25/09/12 - Surface Technology Coatings has announced that it has a new Aber-Ipsen vacuum heat treatment furnace, expanding on the division's surface coating and heat treatment offering.
Modular induction heating systems
Supplier news
19/08/10 - Inductoheat, a subsidiary of Inductotherm manufactures Inductoscan modular induction heating systems that feature a unique design, allowing for the integration of a wide range of components.

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