Notable Project: CarTech’s Dual Station ESR Furnace bus tubes

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Carpenter Technologies - Latrobe, PA

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Problem: The retrofit and rebuild of Carpenter Technologies’ dual station ESR furnace bus tubes took some finesse. The ESR is an older furnace built circa 1960, and consequently sourcing spare components and the craftsmanship to perform the work is difficult.

Solution: The replacement bus tube components arrived at the customer’s facility on time, and were installed during the 2019 summer shutdown.  All components fit correctly. Bam!

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