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Product Bulletins

Technical Articles

Advanced High Temperature Equipment Used for New Structural Ceramic Processing – Industrial Heating 4/1986

Application of Gas Quenching to Tool and Die Hardening – ASM Conference 10/1978

Belt furnace for brazing - Industrial Heating 05/2013

Belt furnace for brazing - Industrial Heating 05/2013 CHINESE language

Belt furnace for sintering of MIM and CIM products – Powder Injection Molding Magazine 09/2013

Centorr Vacuum Industries 60th anniversary - Powder Injection Molding Magazine 03/2014

Comparison of Batch and Continuous Sintering of Aluminide Bonded Titanium Carbide – Advanced in Power Metallurgy 1999

Continuous and Batch Sintering of Si3N4 – American Ceramic Society Bulletin 06/1993.

Continuous Sintering Influence on Properties of Silicon Nitride – Material Science Forum 05/2000

CVI seeking to Expand MIM Materials Base – Elsevier Science 06/1994

Debinding and Sintering of Low-carbon MIM Parts – Metal Powder Report 05/1988

Debinding and Sintering of Metals and Ceramics – Metal Powder Report 06/2001

Debinding of Tungsten Carbide Part 1 – Industrial Heating 09/2001

Debinding of MIM and Ceramics Part 2 - Industrial Heating 11/2001

Developments in Combination Debinder, Sinter, Pressure Consolidation Furnaces – Metal Power Report 05/1987

Developments in Sintering Injection Molded PM Parts – Metal Powder Report 09/1987

Equipping for Directional Solidification – Foundry Magazine 1972

Image Acquisition and Analysis During Sintering: A method of monitoring and controlling PM Part Characteristics – Advances in Particulate Materials 1994

Performance of Gas Atmosphere Delubing and Sintering in Sintervac Furnaces – Metal Powder Report 2/1984

Quantitative Imaging or MIM Debinding and Sintering

Recent Advances in Binder Removal and Pressure Sintering PM parts.

Resistance Heated furnaces for Reaction-formed Silicon Carbide 05/1988

Role of CVD in Ceramics Processing – American Ceramic Society 10/1986

State of the Art in Vacuum Sintering Furnace Technology – Carbide and Tool Journal 03/1980

Trends in Precision Casting - Vacuum Metallurgy Conference 1986

Update on Vacuum Melting Equipment

Vacuum Binder Removal and Collection – International Journal of Powder Metallurgy 1991

Vacuum Brazing Furnace Technology and Applicability – Industrial Heating 8/1988

Vacuum Furnace Heating treating a Variety of Alloys - Heat Treating Magazine 12/1985

Vacuum Hot Press Furnaces for Powder Compaction – Metal Powder Report 11/1982


Meet the CVI Team


Chief Executive Officer
William J. Nareski

Bill Nareski is the Chief Executive Officer and controlling shareholder of Centorr Vacuum Industries, Inc. He brings a distinguished career which includes both operational management and corporate development positions. His direct line experience includes engineering, sales, marketing, and finance. Bill has also managed the successful U.S. market introduction of vacuum related equipment for Ulvac Ltd. and served as an electrical engineer for the Missile Systems Division of Raytheon. Bill has an M.B.A. from Harvard University and B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.


VP of Operations
Stephen Hewitt

Steve has been a part of Centorr Vacuum Industries since 1980. Originally hired as a Field Service Engineer, Steve has risen through the ranks of Field Service, Quality Control, Aftermarket, and is currently Vice President of Operations.


Engineering Manager
Ernie Morin

Ernie joined Centorr Vacuum Industries in 2015 as Director of Engineering. Knowledgeable in a variety of high-temperature applications, he has worked in the vacuum furnace industry since 2009 and has experience in crystal growth, gas pressure sintering, and a variety of Ceramics and Metals processes. Ernie has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, and an MBA from Plymouth State University. He is a member of the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA).


Operations Manager
Vincent Massua

Vinny has been with Centorr Vacuum Industries since 1974, having started as a sawyer in the manufacturing department. He is involved in every phase of vacuum furnace construction from initial design to final manufacturing and oversees the entire manufacturing process for Centorr Vacuum Industries.


Aftermarket Sales - Centorr Line
Alan A. Fostier

Alan graduated from Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, New Hampshire and holds a degree in Public Administration. He started with the Aftermarket Services Department of Centorr Associates in 1987 and continued on with Centorr Vacuum Industries in 1990. Alan is responsible for Aftermarket sales and service for the Centorr product line.


Aftermarket Sales - Vacuum Industries Line
Daniel R. Demers

Dan has been with Centorr Vacuum Industries since 1984 and is a graduate of Bishop Brady. He handles Aftermarket Sales for the Vacuum Industries line of Production furnaces. Dan also manages the invoicing and scheduling for Centorr Vacuum Industries' Applied Technology Center Laboratory.


Market Manager - Laboratory/Fiber Optic Furnaces
Paul F. Lennon

Paul started with Centorr Furnaces in 1986 and has a lengthy career in technical sales. He has responsibility for the marketing and development of the Centorr line of high temperature Laboratory and Fiber Optic furnaces. Paul has held positions in the field of Elastomeric Materials Production and Operations as well as Aerospace Airframe and Powerplant Engineering. Paul has many year’s experience providing furnace systems for a variety of Ceramic sintering, Fiber Optics, Crystal Growth, and Metals processing Industries.


Market Manager - Ceramics/PM
Scott K. Robinson

Scott attended Alfred University's SUNY College of Ceramics with a degree in Ceramic Engineering. He has been with Centorr Vacuum Industries since 1999 and has worked in the furnace and refractories industry for over 20 years. He handles the Production sized furnaces for Ceramics and Hardmetals, Metal Injection Molding, and Continuous Belt and Pusher furnaces.


Accounting and Administration Manager
Kellie J. Daneau

Kellie has been with Centorr Vacuum Industries since 2012 and has a B.S. degree in Accounting/Finance from Southern New Hampshire University. Kellie worked in the human resource management industry for 13 years prior to joining Centorr and currently manages the Finance, Human Resources, and IT functions for the company.

Vacuum Industries Inc, GCA, Centorr, VI Logos

In 1954, the vacuum furnace manufacturer Vacuum Industries, Inc. was founded in Somerville, MA. In 1960 the firm was sold to GCA Corporation of Boston, MA, and in 1991, VI merged with Centorr Furnaces, Suncook, NH into a new entity named Centorr Vacuum Industries, Inc., of Nashua, NH, forming one of the largest manufacturers of custom high-temperature vacuum and controlled atmosphere furnaces in North America.

If you have Vacuum Industries or GCA Corp. equipment and would like information on Aftermarket spare parts or field service assistance with your current equipment, please contact us at: | (603) 595-7233

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