Abbott Furnace Company will design, manufacture, and install a sintering furnace that is rated at 2,150°F and also includes the Abbott Varicool Cooling System.
A company that specializes in manufacturing high-volume, ferrous-based powdered metal components in the automotive, lawn and garden, agricultural, and industrial markets has placed an order with Abbott Furnace Company for an electrically heated continuous belt sintering furnace to be delivered in the second quarter of 2020.
This will be the 36th furnace the company has supplied to this customer. Abbott has been able to help meet its customers’ requirements by suppling equipment that allows them to sinter harden cost effectively and in spec day in and day out.
Additionally, Abbott Furnace Company announced that a manufacturer in the powder metal industry providing components to the metals and mining market has given the company in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, an order for an electrically heated continuous belt soft magnetic alloy processing furnace to be shipped in the second quarter of 2020. The furnace has a maximum temperature of 1,850°F in an air, nitrogen, or steam atmosphere and includes a Delube chamber, oxidation chamber, water-jacketed cooling chamber, and a Thermostack thermal oxidizer. The furnace will be controlled through an Allen Bradley Micrologix PLC.
Abbott Furnace Co. continues to support the powdered metal business by developing equipment to meet its needs. This furnace design will help the P/M industry to grow in the electrification segment of the market.
Abbott Furnace is an industrial furnace manufacturer with 35 years of experience designing and producing some of the industry’s most reliable and high performing industrial continuous process furnaces. Abbott is a leading producer of industrial sintering furnaces, annealing furnaces, tempering furnaces, brazing furnaces, heat treat furnaces, steam treat furnaces, industrial ovens, CAB furnaces, high-temperature furnaces, and other specialty furnace products. Abbott Furnace is a privately owned company located in St. Marys, Pennsylvania. Abbott furnaces are manufactured in the USA.
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