At GIFA 2015, Inductotherm’s Vision for Better-Performing Foundries

Michael Nutt, Director of International Sales for Inductotherm Corp., comments on the many technologies Inductotherm has demonstrated at GIFA—in particular the ARMS® System and iSense™ Advanced Diagnostic System—and the customers’ need for technologies that will bring better reliability to their operations.

Also, Robert Keshecki, District Manager for Inductotherm Corp., describes the visitors’ interest in new developments for melting and pouring, and credits the firm’s global scope and decades-long legacy for their sustained progress.

View a gallery of Inducotherm's GIFA booth and solutions.

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