1155 S Neenah Ave.
Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 US
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CCAI Presents 'Maintaining a Quality Finish' Webinar Series
This three-part series will be presented by CCAI corporate members who have proficient knowledge and experience with each of the webinar topics.
A Conversation with Bill Oney, Therma-Tron-X
Bill Oney recently joined TTX as a sales engineer, but has a long career in finishing. He is a retired Marine Corp Chief Warrant Officer Third Grade with almost 21 years of combined active and reserve time.
Bill Oney Joins Therma-Tron-X as Sales Engineer
Oney comes with an interdisciplinary background in the finishing industry and is a retired Marine Corp Chief Warrant Officer Third Grade with almost 21 years of combined active and reserve time.
Water/Wastewater Treatment Systems Comply with Environmental Standards
TTX Environmental specializes in chemical precipitation, metal sorption, ion exchange and membrane separation.
A Conversation With ... Mike Gallagher, Therma-Tron-X
Mike Gallagher is the sales manager at Therma-Tron-X in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and in June retired after a 40-plus-year career in the surface finishing industry.
Therma-Tron-X’s SlideRail Transfer System Minimizes Material Handling Time
Parts index along a pair of low-maintenance slide rails, rather than a chain conveyor.
High-volume Material Handling System Uses Less Space than Monorail Systems
Therma-Tron-X Inc.’s SlideRail Square Transfer (SST) material handling system performs high-volume finishing operations using a fraction of the space required by traditional monorail systems.
Therma-Tron-X Hires Sales Engineer
Joe Laubenthal brings extensive powder coating industry experience to the position.
Water Treatment Systems Reduce Water, Sewer Costs
TTX Environmental, a division of Therma-Tron-X, offers water treatment and wastewater treatment systems that minimize the operational costs and environmental impact of industrial processes.
Conveyorized Cabinet Washers
Therma-Tron-X Inc. (TTX) cabinet washers are designed to be effectively used in industries ranging from aerospace to furniture.
Therma-Tron-X Named Daifuku Webb Top Distributor
TTX designs, fabricates and installs custom paint finishing systems for industrial clients.
Therma-Tron-X Material Handling System
The Therma-Tron-X SlideRail Square Transfer (SST) material handling system is set up to perform high-volume finishing operations using a fraction of the space required by traditional monorail systems.
Therma-Tron-X Multi-stage Pretreatment Prepares Parts for Finishing
Designed to prepare parts for painting, plating or other industrial finishing processes, Therma-Tron-X’s multi-stage pretreatment systems use spray, immersion or combination methods to remove dirt, oils and contaminants from part surfaces, and then apply phosphate or conversion coatings to help prevent corrosion and increase paint adhesion.
Therma-Tron-X Launches New Website
Therma-Tron-X has launched a new website (therma-tron-x.com or ttxinc.com) designed to offer easy access to information on the company’s TTX finishing systems, environmental systems and coating technologies and on Therma-Tron-X itself.
Therma-Tron-X gains national attention through TV's Manufacturing Marvels
See the video which airs May 30 between 9:30-9:40pm EST on Fox Business Network.
Solving Wide-Body E-Coat Immersion Problems
Altec Industries in Burnsville, N.C., a manufacturer of heavy truck bodies and related equipment, added e-coat to its finishing operation and—through the proper design and execution of an electrocoat/liquid spray topcoat paint system —addressed issues of e-coating large truck bodies.
Washers Handle Corrosive Solutions
Therma-Tron-X’s customized stainless steel washers are designed to handle corrosive pretreatment solutions and feature slotted roofs to protect conveyor components from moisture and process chemical sprays.
E-Coating System is Easily Portable
The Therma-Tron-X Inc. Econ-E-Coat is an energy efficient, portable coating system.
ACTIVE DUTY: CARC lines are growing
Oshkosh Corporation in Wisconsin was approved by the U.S. Army earlier this year to build about 23,000 military trucks and trailers under the five-year contract starting in 2011.
Improved Cleaning & Pretreatment
Any mechanic will tell you that, to do a repair correctly, you need to have the right tool for the job.