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Where to find steam aging equipment?

toddbe

#5332

Where to find steam aging equipment? | 22 February, 2001

I work for a medium sized electronic manfacturing company that is looking into potentially purchasing our own piece of steam aging equipment, but I am having trouble locating manufacturers. So far I have only found H&H Engineering in Stockton, CA. Does anyone know of anybody else that makes this equipment. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Todd

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#5336

Where to find steam aging equipment? | 22 February, 2001

Ah, that was the time. Those locomotives chugging down the tracks with a plume of steam and coal dust rising above and dissipating down the track towards the end of the train. "Driving that Train, High on. . ." [http://www.thespoon.com/trainhop/songs.html] ... oops!!!

Never heard of H&H Engineering, Stockton, CA [not that that means anything!!!] Howwabout some additional contact information?

For other suppliers, try: * Express Test Corp., San Fernando, CA, (818) 365-9200 * Mountaingate Engineering Campbell CA 408.866.5100 fax 8896 * Robotic Process Systems 23301 E. Mission Ave. Liberty Lake, WA 99019 509-891-1680 fax 509-891-1681 http://www.rpstest.com Sales: Jess Baker

Finding test equipment supplier names: http://www.besttest.com/mainmenu.htm

Buying used environmental equipment: http://www.lre.com http://www.capovani.com/

So, what are you steam aging and why are you doing it?

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toddbe

#5347

Where to find steam aging equipment? | 23 February, 2001

Davd, Thats what first came to my mind when I was asked to do this task, the old train belching out climbing the last hill towards town ;)

H&H Engineering has what used to be Mountain Gate's line of steam aging equipment. They are at 209-475-0693 and ask for Hugh Ho or Henry Hang.

I'll try the other two you listed.

I like the Dead too!!

thanks, Todd

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