February 17, 2016

Aluminum Immersion Holding Furnace to Large Automotive Die Caster

Lindberg/MPH announced the shipment of an electric immersion aluminum holding furnace to a large automotive die caster. The equipment provided includes three electric immersion aluminum holding furnaces used to keep aluminum at die casting temperature. 

These aluminum holding furnaces utilize Lindberg/MPH patented board lining and high efficiency immersion tubes/heaters. A manually operated winch crane operates the center cover for cleaning.

Repeat business based on past performance is a testament to the quality and durability of Lindberg/MPH equipment. We work closely with our customers to provide the best possible solution to their application needs and are pleased to be their chosen vendor.”  Andrew Paul, Sales Engineer

Unique features of these aluminum holding furnaces includes: 
Efficient electric immersion heating.
Excellent temperature control and fast recovery.
Lindberg/MPH patented board lining.
Longer lining life.
Manually operated winch crane cover lift

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