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Thermal Processing Technology for Emerging Materials

Thermal Processing Technology for Emerging Materials

Our portfolio of advanced Rotary, Pusher, Vertical Conveyor, Belt Conveyor and other furnace technologies is enabling new frontiers for the world’s next generation of innovative materials requiring thermal processing with high temperatures, controlled atmospheres, and complex chemical reactions.

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Big Scale Thinking with Microline™ Systems

Furnaces, Ovens, Oxidation. Carbonization. Carbon Fiber Production

We’re empowering R&D experts to bring their new discoveries to the Carbon Fiber market with the world’s most flexible and versatile complete system. Learn more about why Harper’s leading-edge Microline™ is the first choice for both research institutes and corporations to support their Carbon Fiber development programs.

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Passionate Pioneers to the Highest Degree

Harper's Technical Experts

Nothing gets our exceptionally skilled team more excited than the challenges of developing new thermal processing innovations right along side our customers’ new material discoveries. Whether presenting at industry events or collaborating one-on-one with the client, our people are the reason why Harper is known as the world’s most trusted expert in advanced thermal processing.

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Get to market faster and more efficiently with our Ignite™ process. Harper enables companies in the development of advanced materials, from the lab to full commercialization, helping make their innovations a reality with the most efficient and effective thermal processing solution possible.

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Beacon™ is designed to drive greater energy efficiencies and lower operating costs through careful analysis of the Carbon Fiber conversion process. It is the only offering of its kind focused on enabling Carbon Fiber manufacturers to reach newer, greater heights.

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Pulse

Harper’s comprehensive Pulse™ team service offers one-call technical support, field service, proactive preventative maintenance programs, replacement parts, and engineered solutions for a broad spectrum of service and maintenance requirements.

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Latest News from Harper

March 2015 – Harper’s Feature on Selecting Rotary Furnaces for Advanced Materials Processing

Harper’s material processing expertise is the focus of this article on AZoM.com (the A to Z of Materials), with Sales Engineer Brian Fuller offering technical advice in the area of Rotary Tube furnaces. Ideal for continuous processing of advanced materials such as granular, powder, or particulate aggregates in high purity and specialty atmosphere environments at […]

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February 2015 – Harper to Host Exclusive Microline™ Tour during GOCarbonFibre Conference in July

Harper is excited to announce a partnership with GOCarbonFibre for the 2015 North America Conference! We are honored to be hosting a pre-conference site visit to our facility in Buffalo, NY, including a tour of our cutting-edge research and development Microline™ on July 20th. Our PhD and technical experts will lead insightful tours of our […]

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January 2015 – Harper Awarded Contract for Multiple Furnaces by Chinese Research Institute for Thermal Processing of Advanced Ceramic Powders

Harper has finalized a contract exceeding $3M USD for high temperature Vertical and Rotary reactors to support East China Research Institute of Microelectronics (ECRIM). The systems will be used in the production of advanced ceramic materials for applications requiring high thermal conductivity such as high power LED lighting products and other cutting-edge heat sink substrates. […]

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December 2014 – Harper’s Pulse™ Service Group Featured in A to Z Interview

Pulse Service Group Sales Engineer, Bill Castine, was interviewed by A to Z of Materials about Harper’s complete aftermarket service offerings for parts, field service, and engineered solutions, and how the program benefits customers. Read the article here.

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