Winston was featured in “Industrial Heating: The International Journal of Thermal Technology,” here is an except from their profile:
“Winston Heat Treating has always strived to be on the cutting edge of commercial heat treating. In 1970, Winston was the first company in Dayton, Ohio, area to purchase a vacuum furnace. Winston was also one of the first heat-treating companies in the entire country to achieve both Nadcap (1995) and ISO (1996) accreditations.
Established in 1967 to service the thriving Dayton, Ohio, tool and die industry, Winston Heat Treating now serves a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, medical, mold making, food processing and general manufacturing. Today, Winston also has a full vacuum-furnace line, including a VFS 10-bar accelerated-quench vacuum furnace. The unit is designed for interrupted quench capabilities for tool and mold steels. Winston also added a Solar Manufacturing gas-purge nitriding furnace that cuts lead time in half and minimizes white layer. It is fully automated with its Super Systems’ process control panel.”
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