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INDUSTRY NEWS NEWSCAST K&H Precision Products Inc.(Hon-


eoye Falls, New York) recently completed the 10,000 sq. ft. expansion of its met- alcasting department. Te company is now operating a semi-automated nobake sand line. K&H doubled its capacity by adding a 1,100 lb. tipper furnace.


Sioux City Foundry (Sioux City, Iowa) announced its recertification and upgrade to the new ISO 9001. According to local reports,American Systems Registrar determined that the facility is in line with the new ISO 9001:2015.


DESTACO (Auburn Hills, Michigan)


recently received “Tooling Components Vendor of the Year” honors from MSC Industrial Supply Co.


PERSONALS Te North American Die Casting


Association announced its Board of Governors approved Steve Udvardy as president.


Emerson/Appleton Electric


Foundry (South Milwaukee, Wiscon- sin) announced the promotion of John Schuster to plant manager. B&L Information Systems


(Bridgman, Michigan) announced the addition of Austin Brown as software development engineer.


OBITUARIES


Vic Edelbrock Jr. died June 9, 2017. He was 80. Edelbrock was the president of Edelbrock LLC (Torrance, Califor- nia), a parts manufacturer for high-per- formance automobiles and motorcycles. Edelbrock took over the company in 1962 after the death of his father, who founded the company. Joseph James Lacy died April 7, 2017. He was 84. Lacy started with the family-owned Lacy Foundries LLC(Baltimore) in 1957 and retired in 1996 but remained an active consultant until his death. Lacy was a member of the AFS Chesapeake Chapter and the Non-Ferrous Founders’ Society.


July 2017 MODERN CASTING | 15 Lindberg/MPH (Riverside,


Michigan) announced the shipment of an electrically heated, large cham- ber utility box furnace to an automo- tive supplier.


Can-Eng Furnaces International Ltd.


(Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada) has re- cently been awarded a contract to design and build a 1,500 lb. per hour mesh belt furnace system for the austenitizing and molten salt quenching of unique com- ponents used in the manufacture of the client’s drivetrain systems.


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