Superheat Unveils New Advanced Heat Treatment Solution

Press Release updated: Oct 26, 2017 09:00 EDT

Superheat is unveiling Superheat SmartwayTM, its new advanced heat treatment solution. Superheat Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Norm MacArthur, says the goal is to position Superheat as the industry leader in safe and cost-effective heat treatment processes.

“We want to illustrate how our heat treatment solution, Superheat SmartWay, helps reduce costs, save time, minimize risk, and improve quality,” says MacArthur. By incorporating emerging communication technology and equipment advances, with innovative software solutions Superheat has produced the most efficient, state-of-the-art, on-site heat treatment solution.

In addition, Superheat has implemented a groundbreaking construction management app, Superheat SmartViewTM , to provide one source of the truth, in real time, in the palm of your hand via mobile device, tablet, or PC. Superheat’s revolutionary new approach to on-site heat treatment drastically reduces labor costs by up to 40% and explicit technology diminishes on-site labor exposure to hazardous areas.

MacArthur explains that Superheat’s commitment to high-quality heat treatment is stronger than ever before and the goal is to clearly illustrate the company’s position in the global marketplace.


Superheat is the world’s most advanced on-site heat treatment provider, offering a smarter way to do heat treatment. Founded in 2000, Superheat has become one of the fastest growing companies in North America and has developed a revolutionary patented process to resolve common heat treatment challenges in an industry where competitors continue to rely on outdated and obsolete technologies. More information is available at

​Media Contact:
​Dylan Sayle
​Phone: 877-396-1324 Ext: 1045

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Source: Superheat

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