2020 ICACC Booth 119

Come visit with MRF’s experts at booth 119 of the International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC 2020) in Daytona Beach, Florida January 26-31st. We will have some of our latest innovations for processing and testing of advanced materials on display. These advancements include systems for precision processing of ceramic matrix composites (CMC’s), advanced ceramics and SiC crystals.

Semi-continuous Rapid Rate processing, vacuum furnace system
for advanced materials component production at 2100 °C

MRF, New Member of USACA

MRF is pleased to announce our induction as the newest member of the United States Advanced Ceramics Association (USACA).

“We are thrilled to engage with the thought leaders in the advanced ceramics and composites fields to support the important missions of USACA.,” said Charles Miller, President of MRF.”

What is the United States Advanced Ceramics Association, USACA, all about?

  • USACA is the premier association that champions the common business interests of the advanced ceramic producer and end-user industries.
  • USACA was formed in 1985 to facilitate the commercialization of the United States’ advanced ceramics industry and quickly became the leading voice of the advanced ceramics industry before the U.S. Congress and federal agencies.
  • USACA recognizes that the key to the industry’s survival is the identification of new commercial market opportunities for advanced ceramics.
  • USACA has a long-standing commitment to promoting the use of advanced ceramics as the foundation for a new generation of high-efficiency and high-performance products for surface transportation, aerospace, defense, energy, and industrial applications.

About USACA. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://advancedceramics.org/about-usaca/

Eric Gisonno

New Addition Highlight

Gregory “Eric” Gisonno joined the team at MRF in the role of Business Development Director.  He brings 25 years of experience in engineering and commercialization of high temperature, vacuum and controlled atmosphere, thermal process equipment [Sintering Systems, Hot Presses, Crystal Growth, Zone Refiners, Carbo-thermic Reduction, Ceramic to Metal Sealing System].

Eric is focused on supporting MRF’s clients as they plan and implement investments to enhance their business. These activities are focused with client’s development and production of high-performance material-based products; advanced metals, technical ceramics (AlN, SiC, Si3N4), single-poly crystalline, optical glass, and emerging materials. His international experience includes support for both government and industrial products in over 20 countries. Industries include: Electronics/ Communications, Healthcare, Aerospace, Materials Science, Lighting/ Photonics, Homeland Safety. Eric produced systems with industry pioneers and has supported many of the industry’s highest performance processed materials, end product developments, and provided support for transitioning into commercialization and volume production.