Surface® Combustion Updates Website

Surface® Combustion, Inc., a leading industry provider of reliable thermal processing solutions, has recently updated their website. Surface Combustion has always prided themselves in providing detailed and attentive service to their customers and the improved website further details thermal systems and equipment customers need to accelerate their success. 

Surface Combustion is proud of the new website which details their standard atmosphere and vacuum furnace designs. Not only is the website mobile friendly, but thermal processing solutions on the product, industry, and process pages are easier to navigate. Long-term customer relationships have been the foundation and driving force since Surface Combustion launched their first patented heating concept in 1915. The improved website is another layer of support in Surface’s willingness to provide value and serve their customers. 

“We are thrilled to provide a mobile friendly website for our clients,” states B.J. Bernard, President of Surface Combustion. “We know how vital it is for our customers to access information quickly and at remote locations. With our updated website, we can continue to lead the industry in providing solutions and innovations that provide our clients the competitive advantage they need.” 

For over 100 years, Surface Combustion has earned a trusted reputation of providing rugged, reliable thermal processing solutions with the latest technology, backed by a strong technical support. They have become the trusted thermal processing partner by building customer relationships that endure long after the initial equipment purchase.

About Surface:  Surface Combustion, Inc. is a highly respected producer of thermal processing equipment, headquartered in Maumee, Ohio. Since its founding in 1915, Surface has continued to develop innovative heat treating solutions for a wide variety of industries. Surface holds over 75 trademarks, 675 patents and has installed 250,000+ thermal systems over its history of operation. For more information, please visit www.surfacecombustion.com

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