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  • Particulate Removal from Process Furnace Exhaust (.pdf)
    This Ohio manufacturing company refurbishes Teflon coated baking trays by removing the teflon coating in a high temperature furnace. The process not only generates high levels of Hydrofluoric Acid but also particulates in the 5 micron size range.
  • White Paper - High Temperature Powder Processing: Advancements in Rotary Furnace Designs
    Rotary furnaces are the go-to technology for high temperature processing of powdered materials. They inherently offer significant advantages of throughput and energy efficiency over other forms of continuous, high temperature equipment. Some materials are well served by simple tube designs
  • Operating A Vacuum Furnace Under Humid Conditions
    A specific concern to a vacuum furnace user is processing critical work during summer months. with high temperatures and high humidity. This same concern could also be a problem on rainy. winter months. Under these difficult conditions, it is most important to understand the impact that humid
  • Paste or Preforms, the Brazer's Question (.pdf)
    in the furnace usually contains significant amounts of Hydrogen and Nitrogen that allow high temperature brazing to be accomplished without oxidation or minimal to no flux.
  • Assessing Work-Basket Alloys for Vacuum Furnaces
    A commercial heat treating company draws on its experience and test results to determine which high-temperature alloys to use for vacuum furnace baskets.
  • Reconditioning Ceramic Insulators
    Furnace insulators are designed to electrically and thermally insulate. When they become coated with metals and carbon from high-temperature processing, their electrical resistance is compromised. This article discusses a technique to restore the insulator to its original purpose.
  • White Paper - Kinetic Model of Stabilized PAN Fiber Mass Loss During Carbonization
    The carbonization process converts stabilized precursor (i.e. stabilized PAN) fiber into carbon fiber and takes place within two high temperature furnaces, namely the LT (Low Temperature) and HT (High Temperature) furnaces. The largest fiber mass loss occurs within the LT furnace which typically
  • Inspecting Gas Fired Furnaces Using Infrared Thermography
    The natural gas fired furnace is a key component in our process lines. Our two vertical furnaces operate at an internal temperature of 2100° F. These furnaces are used to heat a five foot wide ribbon of steel to 1500° F as it moves through the furnace at speeds up to 600 feet per minute. Unplanned

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