Wellman Furnaces, Inc.

For reheating in a controlled atmosphere before subsequent forging operations. Also used for hardening, stress relieving and annealing. Read more...

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Wellman Furnaces, Inc.

We offer a wide line of hump type and straight through mesh belt furnaces and ovens for continuous blackening, brazing, annealing and sintering of light parts or assemblies in controlled atmospheres. Read more...

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Wellman Furnaces, Inc.

Electrically Heated Catenary Type Furnace for annealing stainless steel mesh screen using a hydrogen/nitrogen atmosphere at temperatures up to 2000˚F. The furnace included a static water cooler and a high volume recirculated atmosphere convection cooling system to cool the screen to less than 200˚F before leaving the protective atmosphere. Read more...

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Wellman Furnaces, Inc.

Wellman Bell Type Furnaces are used for annealing, brazing, stress relieving, oxide reduction and sintering. Vacuum or controlled atmospheres are available. Read more...

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Ambrell

Ambrell, a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems,has sold an EKOHEAT 125 kW/10 kHz induction heating system to a manufacturer of pressure control products for the oil industry. Read more...

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International Thermal Systems LLC.

The Car Bottom Furnace is an excellent solution to heat-treat large and heavy welded fabrications such as gear blanks, oil drill pipe, drive shafts, and similar type products. Read more...

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Ambrell

Induction offers fast, precise, repeatable heating for metal-to-plastic insertion, while avoiding defects such as flashing and burning. Read more...

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Wellman Furnaces, Inc.

• Heating air at 550 psig to 1700°F

• Heating a mixture of natural gas and steam to 1000°F at 3100 psig.
• Heating an acid to 1400°F (760°C) to catalyze a chemical reaction.
• A four-coil unit, having a total heat capacity of almost 2.0 MW, to heat a process • chemical to 1040°F (560°C) at 7...
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Ambrell

While induction heating systems may require a larger initial investment than an oven, they offer numerous benefits which can result in a lower operating cost. Read the article for a few of the most common benefits that you should consider when comparing the two heating options. Read more...

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