Centorr/Vacuum Industries pioneered the Injectavac™ process specifically for manufacturing MIM parts. Today's Injectavac™ systems are the result of more than 10 years experience in MIM technology and over 25 years debinding and sintering PM parts. The growing list of materials the Injectavac™ can process includes tungsten carbide, nickel-iron, tool steel, and stainless steel including 316L, 17-4PH and 304L, and the list is growing every day. The Injectavac™ can also handle at least 9 different binders, cleanly and effectively. Injectavac™ Furnaces; Simply the cleanest, most productive, and most flexible furnaces available for metal injection molding.
Centorr/Vacuum Industries' manufacturing facilities have been repeatedly expanded and now include a group of integrated shops staffed and equipped for machining, metal forming, fabricating, electro-mechanical assembling, and operational testing of complete furnace and related processing systems. Centorr/Vacuum Industries' Applied Technology Center is staffed with a graduate ceramic engineer and technician. The lab is equipped with five high-temperature furnaces, and various metallographic support equipment to permit analysis and evaluation of a client's process requirements.