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Issue 31/ May 2020

Predictive Maintenance System

Dear Readers,

Following a successful year 2019 that was marked, for OTTO JUNKER, by a number of interesting and challenging new plant projects, fulfilled sales targets, an expansion of global service offerings and our participation in the international GIFA/THERMPROCESS trade show in Düsseldorf, the aim for 2020 now is to further step up our efforts in preventive maintenance systems, improving and stabilizing production processes in an Industry 4.0 context and hence, delivering advances in energy and resource efficiency that will translate into successful developments for your business as well.   

The last few days and weeks have shown one thing: if we take crises seriously, deep cuts and changes are necessary and possible. This applies to the fields of politics and business management, but also to every single one of us. Difficult times afford us an opportunity to take a conscious break, to reflect on a thing or two, and ultimately to strike out on new paths.

As a leading manufacturer of foundry and thermal processing equipment, OTTO JUNKER GmbH and its employees tackle all of these challenges while remaining at your service for competent support at all times.  

Take care and stay healthy!

Atilla Somuncu
Chief Executive Officer

In the present issue ...


Universal Alloy Corperation, one of the leading suppliers of hard alloy extrusions, expands its capacity by another plant in Romania.


At Eisenwerke Erzgebirge 1566 GmbH based in Schönheide/Germany, the new OTTO JUNKER medium-frequency coreless induction furnace system has been put into operation.


he way to Industry 4.0 is an evolutionary process which offers great potential for improving and stabilizing production processes and for increasing energy and resource efficiency by way of digitalization and networking.


As part of OTTO JUNKER GmbH’s digitalization drive, a maintenance system for melting furnaces was developed and integrated into the web-based Junker Furnace Control System (JOKS).


To be able to supply process models as efficiently as possible for all equipment in its product range, OTTO JUNKER GmbH has developed a software library that enables processes to be mapped as an FVM simulation using a modular system of building blocks.

Heavy metal

In August 2019, Ningbo Powerway New Material Co., Ltd. (Boway) placed an order with OTTO JUNKER for the supply of two continuous annealing lines with strip flotation furnaces for copper strip.

Heavy metal

Based in Istanbul in Turkey, the company Altek Döküm Hadde Mamulleri San.S. A. placed an order with OTTO JUNKER GmbH for a strip flotation furnace in December 2019.


Der OTTO JUNKER Service Desk ist die zentrale Anlaufstelle für alle Kunden, die Unterstützung benötigen.


On the theme of “MORE ...”, we showcased our melting and pouring systems as well as thermal processing equipment to an expert audience on 25 – 29 June 2019.


Meet us at the following events ...

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