Harper International Corporation

News articles and press releases for Harper International Corporation:


As part of our Research and Piloting program, Ignite™, Harper is pleased to also offer toll processing.


Harper is proud to announce initial data on its 3 meter wide production scale Oxidation Oven for Carbon Fiber manufacturing, demonstrating outstanding performance for key metrics including air velocity uniformity and temperature uniformity.


Harper International is excited to offer Microwave testing as part of our Ignite™ program in our Research and Pilot facility.


Harper’s material processing expertise is the focus of this article on (the A to Z of Materials), with Sales Engineer Brian Fuller offering technical advice for Rotary Tube furnaces, including key considerations and design features.


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, including a tour of our cutting-edge research and development Microline™.


Harper has finalized a contract exceeding $3M USD for high temperature Vertical and Rotary reactors to support East China Research Institute of Microelectronics (ECRIM).


A new high-temperature reactor that can draw power from conventional electricity as well as from a solar-thermal heating system could enable a cleaner, lower-energy route to lightweight magnesium alloys.


Bill Castine, Pulse Service Group Sales Engineer at Harper International, talks to about their Pulse program and how it benefits their customers.


Harper has finalized a contract for a research scale high-temperature reactor to support University of Colorado Boulder’s development of magnesium for lightweight vehicle parts.


The Harper Microline™ will include innovative oxidation ovens, LT and HT furnaces, state-of-the-art HMI supervisory control interface, material handling and treatment systems, and waste gas abatement systems.


Lab & Pilot Scale Thermal Processing Technology for Advanced Materials Research


Harper will be attending the 2014 World Congress on Powder Metallurgy & Particulate Materials May 18-22. Visit us at Booth 436 and check out our presentation on “Analysis of the Heating of Powders in a Pusher Furnace” on Wednesday, May 21st.


Check out the latest article authored by two of Harper's PhD's, "Ceramic Oxide-Based Nuclear Fuel Materials: Critical Considerations and Advancements in Thermal Processing."


Harper announces its selection by a prominent firm for its production scale Carbon Fiber conversion line. The contracts include an LT and HT furnace set, advanced Oxidation Oven set, control systems, and additional unit operations and services.


Dr. Peter Witting, one of Harper's Senior Process Technology Engineers, was interviewed by A to Z of Materials about how Harper is involved in the processing of nuclear materials.


Harper selected by an Asian client for Microline™ Carbon Fiber Research Line with a multi-million dollar contract...


Don't miss out on this chance for an in-depth tour of one of the word's most capable and flexible Carbon Fiber lines.


Two of Harper’s Senior Process Technology Engineers, Dr. Renee Bagwell and Dr. William Stry, were interviewed by A to Z of Materials on Complete Thermal Process Solutions for the Carbon Fiber Market.


The final agenda of technical sessions covering carbon fiber precursor and process technology innovations has been posted...


Several leading research organizations sign on to take part in this exciting event...


Share the spark of innovation! Join your peers for an engaging program on material and process technology at the 2013 Carbon Fiber R&D Workshop, hosted by Harper International.


Harper's design achieves needs of successfully demilitarizing and recovering, without destruction, all non-energetic materials in an environmentally responsible manner, at levels not previously achieved in other existing demilitarization processes.


Harper officials today helped United States Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) celebrate the ribbon cutting of their Carbon Fiber Technology Center, along with government officials and industry partners.


Harper is proud to announce Pulse™. Building on its reputation for innovative thermal processing systems, Harper now brings its forward-thinking philosophy to help customers improve, advance and optimize their operations.


No one does hot like Harper. Read more about why we are trusted again and again for Carbon Fiber production, particularly in specialty UHT furnaces like this one rated to 2700°C that we recently contracted for the production of high modulus carbon fiber.


As a part of the MS&T 2012 conference, get access to Harper’s paper presented at the Green Technologies Forum on “Developing Thermal Processing with Energy Efficiency in Mind”.


Learn more about how to consider the scope of opportunity for energy efficiency to reduce cost and improve operations in your thermal processing system


Orbite Aluminae Inc. has chosen Harper for for two high temperature systems in series for conversion of aluminum chloride hexahydrate crystals to high purity alumina (HPA).


Harper’s Director of Technology Tom Mroz has written an editorial for Materials World magazine titled “Thinking Process Before Scale Up” focusing on scaling of advanced materials through our Ignite™ process.


After process optimization and refinement at Harper’s Technology Center, Allomet Corporation awards contract for a continuous Rotary Furnace for the production of nano-engineered powdered metals.


Harper is proud to present a webinar series from our seasoned experts on maximizing the production economics of your thermal processing system through identifying opportunities for improvement in your operations and optimizing your equipment investment.


Harper has designed an interactive tour of its advanced Rotary Furnace systems, highlighting key capabilities and technology advancements. Click or to go


Join your peers for an engaging program on material and process technology at the 2013 Carbon Fiber R&D Workshop, hosted by Harper International.


Join your peers for an engaging program on material and process technology at the 2013 Carbon Fiber R&D Workshop, hosted by Harper International.


Harper continues to lead the way in thermal processing technology with several recent projects for Ultra High Temperature Furnaces, specifically a system at FISIPE in Portugal.


Harper has finalized a contract with a customer in Brazil for a complete research scale carbon fiber processing line. The fully integrated line will be key in continuing the development of the carbon fiber industry in South America.


Harper announces the Beacon™ Program- an innovative model for carbon fiber manufactures to evaluate and improve their environmental impact.


Harper’s best and brightest engineers have authored an article for the March issue of Ceramic Industry focused on a new concept for continuous synthesis of high temperature ceramics.


DOE grant recipient select Harper for system for pyrolsis of their advanced carbon material for ultracapacitors.


Learn from the best and brightest in thermal processing technology as Harper shares some of its most interesting presentations at recent conferences.


Harper’s innovative design brings well needed advancements to oxidation technology, incorporating multiple improvements beyond what’s available on the market today.


Harper has finalized a contract with the United States Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for a full pilot scale carbon fiber process line valued at greater than US$12M.


Harper is one of the first in the industry to deliver a comprehesive carbon fiber process line, building upon its core business in advanced low and high temp thermal processing furnaces.


Harper will deliver an innovative university scale carbon fiber system, including a distinctive configuration to accommodate fractional tow sizes in the range of less than 100 filaments, pushing the boundaries of traditional carbon fiber processing.


Harper develops unique solution for Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL) working with customer's space limitations and dual processing requirements for carbon material.


A new continuous ultra-high-temperature synthesis and sintering furnace system can provide improved energy efficiency and thermal uniformity for advanced ceramics manufacturing.