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Marc Glasser Phones & Addresses

  • Perrysburg, OH
  • 25 Grand Bay Harbor Dr, Waretown, NJ 08758 (609) 242-3532
  • San Antonio, TX
  • Ocean, NJ
  • 17 Puddingstone Ln, Millington, NJ 07946 (908) 647-9388
  • Maumee, OH
  • Warren, NJ
  • New City, NY
  • Cedar Grove, NJ
  • Branchburg, NJ

Work

Company: Rolled alloys Sep 2012 Address: Temperance, Mi Position: Manager of metallurgy

Education

Degree: M.S. School / High School: Polytechnic University 1990 to 1993 Specialities: Materials Science

Industries

Food & Beverages

Resumes

Resumes

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Manager Of Metallurgy At Rolled Alloys

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Position:
Manager of Metallurgy at Rolled Alloys
Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Food & Beverages
Work:
Rolled Alloys - Temperance, Mi since Sep 2012
Manager of Metallurgy

Unilever Aug 2001 - Oct 2011
Principal Materials Scientist

Alpha Metals Aug 1998 - Apr 2001
Senior Manufacturing

Procedyne Corp Apr 1995 - Oct 1998
Technical Manager

Materials Research Corporation Oct 1989 - Aug 1992
Department Engineer
Education:
Polytechnic University 1990 - 1993
M.S., Materials Science
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1977 - 1981
B.S., Materials Engineering
Memorial High School
Seton Hall University

Publications

Us Patents

Apparatus And Method For Transferring Heat Treated Parts

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US Patent:
6506048, Jan 14, 2003
Filed:
Nov 1, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/016186
Inventors:
H. Kenneth Staffin - Colonia NJ
Marc Glasser - Warren NJ
Karin Bickford - New York NY
James Bickford - Pennington NJ
Assignee:
Procedyne Corp. - New Brunswick NJ
International Classification:
F27B 1502
US Classification:
432 9, 432 15, 432 23, 432262, 148630
Abstract:
A parts container for minimizing oxidation of heat-treated parts during transfer in an oxygen-containing environment. The container includes: a heat-resistant vessel having an interior space and including oppositely positioned first and second apertures; a heat-resistant, porous support element fluidly connected to the first aperture to provide a bottom to for the vessel; and a disposed in the interior space a plurality of fluidizable granular solids and at least one heat-treatment part. The fluidizable granular solids provide a transient protective environment for the parts after heat treatment thereby minimizing exposure of the parts to oxygen in the surrounding environment. Additional embodiments and methods of use are also described.
Marc Glasser from Perrysburg, OH, age ~62 Get Report