A HIS­TORY OF METAL TREAT­ING

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H&M Metal Pro­cess­ing was founded in 1946 by Ernie Hedler and Art Mar­ble. At the time, the com­pany of­fered metal heat-treat­ing ser­vices, in­clud­ing flame hard­en­ing, as well as black ox­ide coat­ing. Dur­ing the Korean con­flict, the com­pany ex­panded its ca­pa­bil­i­ties by pro­cess­ing metal parts for the U.S. mil­i­tary and its al­lies, in­clud­ing tank tracks, breech blocks and brake discs. In the 1980s, the com­pany in­creased its heat-treat­ing ser­vices by de­vel­op­ing its now trade­marked Black­ni­tride+ process. The com­pany con­tin­ues to be a fam­ily-run busi­ness with R.S. McMillen at the head with chil­dren Shade, Ben and Alexan­dra in key roles.

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