Hot Platinum

Hot Platinum Managing Director Ali Brey. Camerawork: Nicholas Boyd. Editing: Lionel da Silva

14th September 2016


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Hot Platinum (HPT) is a South African technology company focused on the development and manufacture of innovative induction heating systems for processing precious and base metals.

This company combines energy-efficient induction heating technology, with a high level of automation and system design to provide complete solutions that produce consistent, high-quality results.

HPT's award-winning technology is used in melting and casting applications, refining applications, metallurgical laboratories, foundries, jewellery production, dental laboratories, and metal processing applications both locally and internationally. HPT's range of products include melting and casting systems for platinum, gold, copper, steel and various other metals with capacities from a few grams to large volumes. HPT also manufacturers vacuum remelt furnaces for laboratory applications, specialised vacuum melting furnaces, and customised heating solutions.

The company has a strong research base and a proven ability to supply innovative induction heating solutions combined with a high level of system automation to meet the specific needs of its customers. HPT's strong technical expertise ensures the highest level of technical support.

Edited by Creamer Media Reporter


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