Welcome to ThermoFusion, Your Specialist in Heat Treating and Brazing.

ThermoFusion Team Christmas Photo
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Mar 2 Fishing Trip
Mar 7 Zone Diving
Apr 26 MTI Spring Mtg
May 14 Tulane Graduation
Oct 3 Furnaces of NA

SFBA NTMA qualifies as a 2015 STAR Chapter!  And is awarded the "Most Improved Chapter" award for 2015.
Ben Rassieur and Dave Buttner at the NTMA Fall Conference.
ThermoFusion is both ISO9001:2008 and AS9100C certified. If you need it done right, use us.
 ThermoFusion Inc., Specialists in Brazing and Heat Treating, has been solving customers' metallurgical problems since 1968. Our heat treating services include carburizing, nitriding, case-hardening, through-hardening, annealing, stress relief, vacuum and flame hardening, induction treating and cryogenic treating. Our brazing services include vacuum, hydrogen, torch, induction and dip brazing. 



We Bring The Heat
ThermoFusion continues to heat treat and braze materials for its customers.

here to see ThermoFusion's Company Christmas Card!

For the 3rd year in a row, ThermoFusion donates to the Children's Hospital.
Happy 240th Birthday, Marines!

ThermoFusion supports NTMA by representing the San Francisco Bay Area at the NTMA Fall Conference.

ThermoFusion joins SFBA NTMA to sponsor FREE BEER at Pacific Coast Machine Tool Expo Sep 23.

ThermoFusion leads the discussion about what machine shops want and need from machining educators at the July HTEC in San Luis Obispo.

ThermoFusion attends SFBA NTMA meetings at AutoDesk and USS Pampanito.

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"For which of you, intending to build a tower, does not sit down first and count the cost, whether he has enough to finish it"
Luke 14:28