Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems ships batch sintering furnace

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The Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems batch sintering furnace will be installed at Mueller Brass Co., a major supplier of brass rod and forgings in the United States. (Courtesy: Gasbarre)

Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems shipped a 60” wide x 90” deep x 30” tall atmosphere box sintering furnace.

The batch sintering furnace will be installed at Mueller Brass Co., a major supplier of brass rod and forgings in the United States. The box furnace is designed with a maximum operating temperature of 1,650°F, a capacity of 14,000 pounds, and uses a nitrogen atmosphere. The system incorporates an Allen-Bradley PLC with SSi 9130 control and 12.1” HMI display. The indirect fired gas heating system incorporates parallel positioning control for efficiency and process flexibility. An integrated oxygen analyzer ensures proper furnace environment prior to heating. The accelerated gas cooling system improves floor-to-floor cycle time for the customer’s production needs.

Gasbarre was selected as the equipment manufacturer based on their expertise in material processing, responsiveness to service the end user, and positive experiences with prior equipment purchases.

With locations in Livonia, Michigan; Cranston, Rhode Island; and St. Marys, Pennsylvania, Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems has been designing, manufacturing, and servicing a full line of industrial thermal processing equipment for nearly 50 years. Gasbarre’s equipment is designed for the customer’s process by experienced engineers and metallurgists who understand the requirements.

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