Think : Thermal : TPS Year in Review 2019

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2019 has been a year of transformation and growth at Thermal Product Solutions (TPS). This year, TPS appointed Greg Jennings to the position of President and CEO. Jennings served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at TPS since 2013, a time in which he played an instrumental role in the acquisition of Wisconsin Oven Corporation and Baker Furnace.

Throughout the year TPS was involved in several community events such as the PA Build My Future hosted by the Pennsylvania College of Technology. This event helps young people get involved and interested in the important construction and design industry. TPS employees also participated in several events including the annual employee picnic, Easter egg hunt, and Veteran’s Day Luncheon to express our appreciation for the service of the former and active military members working at TPS.

2019 – A Big Year for Shipments

2019 was filled of equipment orders and shipments for all of the brands under the TPS umbrella. Throughout the year Blue M shipped ovens to industries such as consumer goods, automotive, electronic, semiconductor, and electronics. One of our Blue M Inert Gas Ovens was shipped to an electronic components producer and another Blue M Batch Oven was shipped to a customer for curing of adhesive material on circuit boards. Five Blue M Standard Mechanical Convection Ovens were also shipped to a global manufacturer of automotive parts.

Gruenberg shipped equipment to customers to the pharmaceutical, medical, and lab animal science industries in 2019. Two Gruenberg Depyrogenation Sterilizers were shipped to a customer for sterilizing pharmaceutical equipment and a Gruenberg Conveyor Oven was sent to the medical device industry. Six Gruenberg Clean Room Ovens were delivered to the medical industry and a pair of Gruenberg Class “A” Cabinet Ovens to a company in the specialty filter industry.

It’s been a busy year for Tenney as well with shipments to the automotive and aerospace industries. A Tenney Environmental Walk-in Chamber was shipped to the automotive industry to be used for thermal testing on the insulation used in automobile interiors along with subjecting windows and doors to various thermal conditions. A refurbished Tenney space simulator was shipped to the aerospace industry that features a cascade cooling system, and is capable of producing a temperature range of -60°C to +90°C. This customer needed an extremely quick turnaround time so the refurbished Tenney unit was the ideal solution.

All of us at Thermal Product Solutions would like to thank our customers, business partners, and surrounding communities that have helped make 2019 a successful year!