22 Oct 2020 , Feature

Finding the right combination of materials and heat treatment can go a long way toward advancing the science of additive manufacturing.

30 Sep 2020 , Feature

The choice of heating element has a significant impact on the overall energy efficiency of a furnace, but it is not the only factor. In fact, if other considerations are not taken into account, the savings achieved from an energy-efficient element can quickly disappear.

23 Sep 2020 , Press release

Custom Electric Manufacturing was acquired by Sweden-based Kanthal in 2018 and will now go to market under the Kanthal brand. The transition will be effective as of January 1, 2021.

9 Sep 2020 , Feature

There’s this girl. Her name is Xin and she is one of a kind. Actually, if you ask Tong Wu from Shenzhen, the Silicon Valley of China, she is the most amazing person he’s ever met. This summer, he had booked a restaurant in Shenzhen to propose to her. He had a very special ring in mind.

19 Aug 2020 , Feature

Kanthal’s Globar® SiC (silicon carbide) heating elements have been specifically engineered for high-tech applications with tough conditions, such as cathode material production. The substrate’s unique microstructure makes it more reliable and ensures consistency in quality.

9 Jun 2020 , Press release

Kanthal will replace the motor and drive line in its blooming mill in Hallstahammar, Sweden, an investment of 50 MSEK. The new system will be up and running by mid-2021.

5 Jun 2020 , Feature

It’s the World Environment Day today and the message is clear:

“The foods we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink and the climate that makes our planet habitable all come from nature. Yet, these are exceptional times in which nature is sending us a message: To care for ourselves we must care for nature. It’s time to wake up. To take notice. To raise our voices. It’s time to build back better for People and Planet. This World Environment Day, it’s Time for Nature.

20 May 2020 , Feature

Our engineers managed to reduce the time it takes to bake a traditional Neapolitan pizza from 90 to 37 seconds, by constructing an oven with an element temperature of 900°C/1652°F. In close collaboration with pizza chef Oskar Montano, we may actually have created the world’s fastest pizza.

20 May 2020 , Press release

There are many secrets behind a perfect pizza, but heat is definitely one of the most important factors. Using electric heating, the engineers at Swedish industrial heating technology company Kanthal managed to reduce the time it takes to bake a traditional Neapolitan pizza from 90 to 37 seconds.

29 Apr 2020 , News

A service solution that helps customers reduce their CO2 emission by converting from fossil gas furnaces to electrical furnaces led to the award of the "The Sandvik Sustainability Award in Memory of Sigrid Göransson” to Daniel Burton, Marcus Andersson and Ole Stadum at Kanthal. The winner was presented online in conjunction with Sandvik’s 2020 Annual General Meeting.

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