US Business Units
In July, Consarc Corp. was purchased.
In September, IPE was purchased. It would go through several name changes before it’s renamed Inductoheat, Inc. in 1980.
In Febuary, High Energy Corp. was purchased.
In June, Thermatool Corp. was purchased.
In August, EMSCO was purchased.
Lepel Corp. was purchased.
In October, Alpha was purchased.
Corotec Corp. was purchased.
In December, W.J. Savage Co. was purchased.
In December, Sonobond Ultrasonic, Inc. was purchased.
In May, T&H Lemont was purchased.
In July, Radyne Corp. was purchased.
Alpha 1 Induction Service center Inc. was purchased.
Inductotherm Group was formed.
In 2001 the companies offering induction technologies - melting, heating, heat treating, welding, and vacuum melting and refining equipment - were formed into one cohesive organization called Inductotherm Group. The Group leverages coordinated product R&D and an unrivaled technology transfer system to provide its legendary products to customers locally and globally.
In May, PV/T Inc. was purchased.
In June, Ross Production Systems, Inc. was purchased.
In December, Clinton Machine, Inc. was purchased.
Since the 1960s, the entity first known as Inductotherm has grown, adapted and evolved. The result: A broad offering of products and services that meet the needs of customers in every industry. In 2001 this Group’s customer-centric strategy of ‘Global yet Local’ was further refined and even more companies were added to the mix. Today Inductotherm Group serves its global customers from factories that make the products locally. These local team teams speak a combined 39 languages and have intimate knowledge of local codes and regulations, ensuring that customers receive the most efficient and reliable technology and process support in the world.