Furnaces, often associated with forging or heat treating metal, are typically HELD at a single temperature for an extended period of time. The exact rate of climb during the heating stage is seldom of any importance. Wares are often added to or removed from the furnace when the unit is performing.
We build Atmosphere heat treating furnaces with retorts, muffles and cold walls. For smaller parts, retort furnaces provide superior process control for heat treatment of metal products to 1300°C/2400°F in inert and reducing atmospheres. Inert or reducing atmospheres protect metal parts from oxidation during high temperature heat treatments.
Furnace handles heavy loads Speciﬁcally designed to relieve stress of welded joints in metal fabrications, the heat-treatment furnace can handle loads up to 200 tons and heats to a maximum of 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit, delivering temperature uniformity within +/- 25 degrees Fahrenheit.
Vector high pressure gas quenching furnaces are the ideal solution for heat treating. Vector is a vacuum furnace with a round graphite or all-metal hot zone. These furnaces can be used for most standard hardening, tempering, annealing, solution heat treating, brazing and sintering.
The Processes Performed with Heat Treatment Furnaces The term heat treatment covers a variety of controlled processes that are used to alter a material's physical and chemical properties. Heat treatment furnaces are used to achieve these processes, which involve extreme heating or cooling to achieve their desired reaction.
The High Temperature Box Furnace pictured here uses silicon carbide heating elements for operating temperatures up to 1538°C (2800°F). The cantilever door keeps the hot face away from the operator. A silicon carbide hearth plate is used to ensure long life in the high temperature environment.
The heavy-duty oven, which will be used for heat treating materials used in the production of vehicle batteries, has work-chamber dimensions of 12 feet wide x 6 feet long x 10 feet, 6 inches high. Guaranteed temperature uniformity of ±10°F at 190°F was documented with a nine-point temperature uniformity survey in an empty oven chamber under
In the high temperature metal and glass heat treatment industries, getting the exact temperature of the product and its environment is critical to the quality of the finished product. Temperature profiling can also help eliminate costly rework or rejects, and maximize product throughput while minimizing costs.
Hot pressing Furnace using the high-pressure, low-strain-rate powder metallurgy process for forming of a powder or powder compact at a temperature high enough to induce sintering and creep processes. This is achieved by the simultaneous application of heat and pressure.
Continuous furnace and oven with superior heat uniformity treatment and atmosphere forming that contribute to manufacturing of electronic components In the field of electronic R&D equipment, we have released numerous products for every kind of need from large production systems to electric compact furnaces and ovens, made with a vast repertoire
AMECO USA has a solid reputation as a supplier of parts and equipment to the Heat Treating Industry. Our ability to work with specialty alloys allows us to provide you with the exact parts needed to keep your heat-treating operations running smoothly and efficiently.
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The high-temperature furnaces HT 04/16 - HT 450/18 have proven reliability over many years in the lab and in the production of technical ceramics. Whether for bioceramics, for sintering CIM components or for other processes up to a maximum temperature of 1800 °C, these furnaces afford the optimal solution for the sintering process.