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Big Changes at Retech Systems LLC

November 21, 2018
November 21, 2018

Since 1963 Retech Systems has been manufacturing vacuum melting systems in Northern California…but that is all about to change. The next step in the story of Retech comes with a transition of much of the manufacturing and assembly previously done in Ukiah, CA to facilities in Świebodzin, Poland. All of the future work done at the SECO/Warwick facilities in Poland will be per the established Retech standards with the focus on maintaining all expectations associated with the Retech brand. The Ukiah office will be downsized and will retain our experienced engineers, leading technical directors, technologists, and service staff. Key leadership roles will continue to be filled and Retech’s unique R&D Center will continue to be built up. Ultimately, the company will then maintain a west coast office along with the recently opened east coast office in Buffalo, NY. Read more

Retech in the News

December 12, 2017
December 12, 2017

A Retech consumable casting system for Titanium was mentioned in a recent article regarding large investment castings. If you’re having trouble viewing the text above; here is a link to the original article: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/news/nr/amrc-largest-ceramic-shell-titanium-casting-1.751469

Retech Systems to Present Advancements Relating to the Production of Gamma-Titanium Aluminide Ingots and Powder at the ITA Europe Conference in Amsterdam

April 19, 2017
April 19, 2017

After years of research and development between Retech and partner Ti-Solutions GmbH of Bremen, Germany, Retech has been granted patents for a hybrid Plasma Arc Melting (PAM) plus Cold Wall Induction (CWI) system as well as on a number of the associated sub-components. The single operation process converts raw materials into ingots which exhibit excellent homogeneity and a fine crystalline structure. This system solves a number of the typical issues associated with conventional melting and, ultimately, the atomization of Titanium Aluminides. Read more

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