September 27, 2016

Lindberg/MPH Ships A Crucible Furnace To A Leader in the Automotive Industry

Lindberg/MPH announced the shipment of a Stationary Electric Resistance Melting and Holding Crucible Furnace to a leader in the automobile industry. The crucible furnace will be used for melting aluminum alloys in a laboratory setting for research and development.

This furnace has a melt rate of 50 lbs. per hour and holding capacity of 150 lbs. It utilizes low voltage heating elements that provide long service life. The furnace is highly insulated providing uniform temperature control, a low exterior shell temperature which results in lower operating costs.

This furnace is designed for not only easy maintenance and convenient operation, but also, dependability and durability which results in many repeat customers such as this one.” –Andrew Paul, Sales Engineer

Unique features of this crucible furnace include:

  • Rugged steel plate furnace construction

  • Low voltage rod over bend heating elements

  • Highly insulated backup material

  • Stand-alone control panel

  • Step down element transformer

  • Slag port door

This crucible furnace is factory tested and adjusted prior to shipment to help reduce installation and start-up times. 

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