Vacuum Furnaces

Lindberg/MPH Pit Vacuum Furnace, Horizontal Integral Quench Vacuum, and Front Load Horizontal Vacuum Furnace are built with durability and efficiency in mind. Each vacuum furnace is designed for your specific heat treating application, including a variety of temperature and vacuum controls to choose from. Electrically heated front-loading, top loading and integral quench vacuum furnaces are commonly used for processes such as brazing, annealing, carburizing, normalizing, hardening, and sintering. Temperatures can range up to 2400°F.

 

 

Lindberg Pit Vacuum Furnace

Lindberg Pit Vacuum Furnace

The pit vacuum furnace system offers a variety of temperature and vacuum controls to meet a broad range or process requirements. 

Key Specifications

  • Temperature range up to 1750°F
  • Work diameters up to 96” diameter
  • Vacuum levels down to 10 micron
  • Accelerated cooling available

Lindberg Horizontal Integral Quench Vacuum

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The Lindberg/MPH Horizontal Vacuum Internal Quench Furnace systems increase productivity and decrease energy consumption while producing bright finished heat treated parts. 

Key Specifications

  • Temperature Range: up to 2400°F
  • Chamber Size: 2.5 to 36 cubic feet
  • Designed for process flexibility, meeting various needs
  • Fully automated control system minimized manual operation and surveillance

Lindberg Front Load Horizontal Vacuum Furnace

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Lindberg horizontal vacuum furnaces offer a fast, efficient and economical answer to the production of highest quality heat treated parts.

Key Specifications

  • Temperature Range: to 2400°F
  • Chamber Size: 2.5 to 36 cubic feet
  • Modular system design
  • Automated control