February 16, 2016

Light Industrial Furnace Line

Lindberg/MPH offers a light industrial furnace line that is ideal for smaller-scale operations such as testing facilities, laboratories and small industrial plants. Like all of the Lindberg/MPH products, these furnaces are designed to maintain uniform heat distribution by utilizing the latest in heating and insulation technology. The light industrial furnaces can be used for a variety of applications including but not limited to annealing, aging, carbon firing, ceramic firing, hardening, sintering, brazing, preheating, solution treating, and stress relieving.

Customers will find many benefits with the light industrial furnace line. Standard sizes are available which allows for quick delivery and stackable models are a perfect fit for facilities with limited floor space. Available options include furnace stands, advanced controls, and quench tanks and baskets. The light industrial furnace line also comes with the Lindberg/MPH exclusive three-year warranty. This warranty is one of the longest within the industry today. It provides coverage for all components less standard wear and tear. In addition, the labor supplied is also warrantied if there is a defect in workmanship.

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