Radyne Receives Federal Firearms License. 10.10.2016
Radyne Corporation, a leader in induction heating equipment for the munitions industry, has been issued a Federal Firearms License, making it the most convenient source of induction heating technology and equipment for firearms manufacturers. With the license, Radyne is able to receive, process and ship controlled components. Radyne develops new heat treating, brazing, annealing and bonding techniques, along with equipment that improve the quality and performance for firearms manufacturers.
“Acquisition of our Federal Firearms License compliments our ITAR registration and allows us to provide better service to our customers,” said President/CEO, Justin Mortimer said. “It helps build on our long standing strong munitions industry relationships and business.”
Radyne’s induction heating and brazing systems are used by the world’s leading munitions brands in the production of arms and ammunition for law enforcement, military, defense, recreation, competitive shooters and enthusiasts around the world. The company’s induction heating systems are ideal for annealing brass cartridges, lead bonding, projectile heating, hardening, tempering and brazing munition components. The systems are capable of heat treating and forming quality munitions; creating specialized fragmentation patterns and specific penetration characteristics as well as precise annealing profiles.
Based in Milwaukee, Wis., Radyne is a world leading manufacturer and pioneer in the development of advanced induction and controlled atmosphere heating equipment. Offering general purpose to full-turnkey induction systems for almost every industry sector, it provides customers with industry expertise, process engineering, induction equipment, inductor design and development, and 24/7 service and support in one location.
As part of the Inductotherm Group, Radyne customers have unique access to a strong global network of manufacturing and service facilities, along with a full range of engineering, installation and repair services. The Inductotherm Group is comprised of 40 companies with 38 manufacturing facilities located in 19 countries. It offers advanced technology for the engineering, manufacturing and service of thermal processing equipment used in the melting, heating, heat treating, forging, galvanizing, coating, cutting and welding of metals.
For more information visit our website www.radyne.com. Our sales representatives will be available at the 2017 Shot Show in Las Vegas. Contact us to schedule an appointment. 414-481-8360 or email@example.com.