Niels Bogh in front of a cost competitive alternative to a car bottom oven.
Bogh Industries, LLC was started in 2003 by Niels Bogh. Niels has an extensive background in heat treatment and has managed the construction of ovens for many companies over the years. He has worked in the field since 1992 and has earned a reputation for being courteous and providing customer-oriented service and valued pricing. Due to his background and recognition in the industry, Niels has been asked to write several papers for textbooks and magazines, one being the Handbook of Aluminum: Physical metallurgy and processes by George E. Totten, D. Scott MacKenzie.
The goal of Bogh Industries is to provide excellent service, design, and manufacture of heat treat ovens and water treatment systems. We ensure that your equipment is safe, reliable, and meets all of the necessary regulations. Most of all, we want to increase your productivity by making your oven, furnace, or glycol separation process as efficient as possible.
We work with partner companies who have been specifically selected based on their dedication to product quality. We also utilize local contractors to provide home-town service at a reasonable cost. Bogh Industries believes in supporting the community of its customers and we show that by contracting locally.
- Handbook of Aluminum Marcell Decker, Inc, Monticello NY. (This is the GE Totten book)
- Heat Treat 2001 publication by ASM, "Poly Alkylene Glycol (PAG) Implementation in the Production Environment".
- SME Quenching & Distortion Control Technology Clinic in Nashville, TN 2000. A paper on "Quench Equipment."
- Industrial Heating Magazine, The International Journal of Thermal Technology "Continuous Furnace Startup and Tuning". November 1999.
- ASM Heat Treating Show in Chicago, 1999. "Continuous Furnaces for Automotive parts" This paper was later published in Heat Treating Progress, February 2000.
- ASM, 1994, "Finite Element Analysis of quench flows".
- ASM show in Chicago, October 1998. "Quench Fluid Management"
- ASM show in Chicago, October 1998."Quench Considerations for Aluminum parts."
- ASM show in Chicago, October 1998."Quench Considerations for Heavy Gauge Aluminum parts".
- ASM show in Rosemont, 1997. "Quench Tank Design Considerations".
- Patent # 08/199,951 Filed November 24, 1998. Method and Apparatus for Separating Light and Heavy Phase Liquids.