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8/29/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Qual-Fab

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Qual Fab Inc. (Avon, Ohio, USA) is featuring in its CAMX booth its abiliy to fabricate high-quality products using high nickel and stainless steel alloys.

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Qual-Fab Inc. (Avon, Ohio, USA) is featuring in its CAMX booth its abiliy to fabricate high-quality products using high nickel and stainless steel alloys. Products on offer include fabricated muffles, retorts (flat and corrugated) as well as heater tubes and fans. Qual-Fab says its fabrication facility and capabilities allow it to manufacture some of the industry’s largest and longest products available.

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