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Masabik Chooses Inductotherm Melting Equipment

to Spearhead New Steel Melting Project

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Masabik, formerly known as NFC (National Foundries Company) commissioned Inductotherm Europe, an Inductotherm Group company, to provide a 2000kg Small Steel Shell furnace and 1250 Dual-Trak® power supply. This order was placed in 2010 to expand Masabik's operation into the steel production industry. The equipment is now fully operational and Masabik is highly delighted with their new equipment.

Inductotherm has been a long-time supplier to Masabik - in 1994 the company installed an Inductotherm 2250kW Dual-Trak® power supply, with two 3 tonne Heavy Steel Shell Furnaces, specifically for the production of grey and ductile iron castings.

An Inductotherm 500kW VIP Power-Trak® power supply along with two 1 tonne Duraline Furnaces were then added to give flexibility in the Melt Shop.

Masabik was established in 1994, occupying 40,000 square meters of land in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. It is considered to be the large and most advanced foundry in the region.

Inductotherm Europe manufactures induction melting technology and is a dominant supplier of induction melting, holding, pouring and heating equipment to European markets.


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