Termia Technology

1310 Park Central Blvd South, 33064 Pompano Beach, FL
USA

This company is co-exhibitor of
Global Foundry Engineering GmbH

Location

Hall map

GIFA 2015 hall map (Hall 15): stand F14

Fairground map

GIFA 2015 fairground map: Hall 15

Contact

Claudio Goldbach

Executive board/managing director
Marketing, sales, advertising, PR

1310 Park Central Blvd South E02
33064 Pompano Beach, FL, USA

Phone
+1 786 319-9935

Email
chg@termia.net

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  Melting shop
  • 02.02  Electric melting and holding furnaces (pouring equipment see 10.01)
  • 02.02.04  Melting and holding furnaces, electric resistance type

Melting and holding furnaces, electric resistance type

  • 10  Casting machines and pouring equipment
  • 10.01  Pouring equipment
  • 10.01.04  Pouring ladles
  • 10  Casting machines and pouring equipment
  • 10.01  Pouring equipment
  • 10.01.05  Launders

Our products

Product category: Melting and holding furnaces, electric resistance type

ITM - Isothermal Melting Furnace

The Isothermal Melting Furnace (ITM) comprises five interconnected zones: pumping for recirculation, charging, melting, metal treatment and holding. The process is a closed loop with molten metal recirculating through each zone. Solid charge is added continuously in any form including ingot, scrap castings, gates and risers, trim and flowable scrap such as chips (turnings and borings).

Melting heat is introduced from an array of immersed elements corresponding to the energy required by the charging rate. The molten stream is treated for the removal of dissolved hydrogen and entrained nonmetallics, and supplemental heating for holding temperature in the system is provided by resistance elements embedded in refractory wall panels of the holding section

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Product category: Pouring ladles

TEL – Transportable Electric Ladle

TEL incorporates heating elements, directly embedded into the refractory wall. This silicon carbide monolithic refractory is very durable. The insulating system, behind the refractory, is assembled with high performance materials that work as a freeze plane barrier as well as ensuring a low shell temperature (<80⁰C).

Smaller TELs, for short distance transportation, are connected to a control panel where temperature is controlled. They are disconnected to transport the metal and reconnected after pouring. The Model XL, available for small TELs, has wireless communication to the panel, allowing temperature monitoring, even during transport.

Larger TELs are connected to a diesel power generator installed on the truck; therefore the time and range of the transportation are only limited by diesel availability. An embedded GPS tracker, in the XL model for larger TELs, allows both the supplier and customer to check ladle temperatures and location via Internet. A memory card in the control panel records the real time data in order to create a continuous historical log.

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Product category: Launders

CT – Conductive Trough

Unlike conventional radiant heated troughs, the conductive trough (CT) uses cartridge type electric resistance heaters contained within heat transfer tubes that are cast directly into the sidewall of the trough. Heat application is direct and exclusively sub-surface. The sidewall consists of a three component refractory package using a metallophobic and extremely durable silicon carbide working liner in the form of a pre-cast kiln fired insert. This insert contains 20 individual heaters per linear meter of trough. A backup lining and state of the art low-density microporous insulation, for freeze plane containment and low shell temperature, supports the insert. A typical shell temperature is 49 ˚C (120 ˚F) at 21 ˚C (70 ˚F) in still air (natural convection).

The lid design of a CT is simplified relative to a radiant trough. Electrical connections to the lid assembly are not required because the heat source of the CT is not contained within the lid structure. Radiation and conduction losses are minimized by prudent design and lightweight insulating materials. Pneumatic assist and/or counterweights are not required since the primary structural material is aluminum. Importantly, CT lids can be raised without interrupting electrical power, and the operator is not exposed to surfaces significantly elevated above metal temperature, as is the case with radiant trough lids. The cover lifting mechanism allows one person to completely lift the hinged cover. A safety device may be incorporated to prevent the lid from unintentionally closing. CT heat losses under isothermal conditions results in a measured power consumption of 1724 W/m (526 W/ft) at a metal holding temperature of 760 ˚C (1400 ˚F). Such losses are reduced with decreasing holding temperature. Since each meter of CT has in excess of 7500 W (2287 W/ft) installed heating capacity, a 1.8˚C/m metal temperature increase can be expected at 9 t/h (20,000 lb/h) metal flow rate.

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About us

Company details

TERMIA Technology specializes in the design and manufacturing of thermal equipment including furnaces, heaters and launders. Employing professionals with 30 years of expertise in the thermal business, the premise of high energy efficiency and the use of innovative techniques are its main foundations.

Relying on partnerships with designers and manufacturers from several countries, TERMIA employs the expertise of specialists from many industries in order to offer sensible equipment to the market, with superior embedded technology.

Manufacturing Sites

  • USA - Manufacturing in Tulsa, OK, which is centrally located allowing coverage from coast to coast.
  • Brazil - Equipment is manufactured in a modern industrial facility in Joinville/SC, one of the biggest industrial hubs in the country.
  • Germany - State of the art specialized labor close to the second largest European seaport, allowing worldwide shipping.

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