Natural Gas Furnaces (industrial) Datasheets

Drop Bottom Heat Treat Furnace -- 446 QQ
from Despatch Industries

Despatch Drop Bottom Solution Heat Treat Furnace. The Choice of Aerospace Industry Component Suppliers and Manufacturers. Despatch is a proven supplier of Drop Bottom Solution Heat Treat Furnace Systems with over 180 systems designed, installed and certifi ed worldwide over the past 75 years. The... [See More]

  • Heat Source: Combustion; Natural Gas
  • Height: 1829
  • Temperature Range: 316 to 649
  • Width / Tube O.D.: 1219
Annealing Furnaces
from Abbott Furnace Company

Abbott annealing furnaces provide improved control over time and temperature relations to achieve desired properties in such areas as machine ability, cold work (process annealing or in process annealing), dimensional stability, as well as electrical and mechanical properties. This can be applied to... [See More]

  • Heat Source: Combustion; Electric / Resistance (optional feature); Natural Gas
  • Configuration: Continuous or Conveying
  • Temperature Range: 300 to 1300
  • Application: Annealing; Industrial
FC Series -- FC 444
from L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc.

The FC Series are ceramic fiber lined car bottom furnaces. They feature tight pneumatic car seals, electric car drives and a wide range of custom options including electric and pneumatic vertical doors, fans, zoning, program controls and custom hearths. The car bottom makes these furnaces extremely... [See More]

  • Heat Source: Combustion; Natural Gas
  • Height: 1219
  • Temperature Range: 1200
  • Width / Tube O.D.: 1219
SDB Box/ Draw Furnace
from Wisconsin Oven Corporation

Heat treat ovens are very common in the heat treat industry and are commonly referred to as Companion Draw Furnaces or Draw Batch Furnace. Wisconsin Oven offers 40 standard SDB heat treat oven models. Ten (10) standard sizes. Four (4) temperature ranges. Standard maximum continuous temperature... [See More]

  • Heat Source: Combustion; Electric / Resistance; Indirect / Contact / Conduction (optional feature); Natural Gas
  • Vacuum / Pressure Range: Elevated or Positive Pressures (> 760 torr)
  • Temperature Range: 427 to 760
  • Height: 457 to 1524