January 12, 2016

Heat Treating System to Leading Pump Manufacturer

Lindberg/MPH announced the shipment of a heat treating equipment solution that included a high heat gas fired box furnace, water quench tank, and a gas fired temper box furnace to a leader in pump manufacturing. This heat treating system was integrated into the customer’s new facility which also houses numerous other post processing equipment.

Each piece of the heat treat equipment was built with plate construction and structural steel members suitable for an industrial environment. The gas fired high heat box furnace utilizes cross firing burners to evenly distribute heat to the workload. The furnace chamber is lined with ceramic fiber modules which allow for fast heat up and recovery times while providing maximum fuel efficiency. The water quench tank utilizes multiple agitators and draft tubes to uniformly cool the customer’s workload.

“At Lindberg/MPH we always want our equipment to provide our customers with high quality part results. For this project the heat treating system needed to provide uniformity in both the heating chamber and the quench tank for optimal part results. In addition to the temperature uniformity we also designed the system to run efficiently to save on energy costs.” Jason Dobberstein, Application Engineering Supervisor

Unique features of this heat treating system include: 

• Rugged steel plate furnace construction
• Ceramic fiber module lining for quick heat up and low heat storage
• Cast pier hearth
• High velocity cross-firing burners
• Programmable temperature control
• Flame monitoring equipment
• Quench tank agitation
• Quench tank circulation draft tubes
• Quenchant level indication
• Temper furnace recirculation blower

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