January 10, 2017

Lindberg/MPH Ships Atmosphere Box Furnace For Research and Development

Lindberg/MPH announced the shipment of an atmosphere box furnace for research and development purposes.

The maximum temperature rating for this furnace is 1100°C and has a work chamber of 36” W x 48” D x 36” H making it ideal for heat treating a variety of part sizes.  The atmosphere box furnace has a wide temperature range of 760°C to 1,100°C. The heat-treating furnace is constructed with mild steel construction and structural steel frame.  A vacuum formed ceramic fiber insulation is used for quick heat up and low heat storage. A horizontal swing insulated plug door keeps the inner hot surface away from the operator when opening to charge or unload work. The programmable temperature controller is capable of running 50 programs with 500 segments. This capability allows the operator to set specific programs for the different parts that will be processed.

“By designing the furnace with a wide temperature range it provided the customer with the flexibility to process a variety of part sizes.” – Jason Dobberstein, Sales Manager

Unique features of this Lindberg/MPH heat treat furnace include:

  • Vacuum formed ceramic fiber modules with low heat storage for fast heat up rates

  • Prewired, side mounted, forced air-cooled control console

  • Programmable controller

  • Vacuum formed ceramic fiber insulation

  • Horizontal swing insulated door plug

  • Door limit switch

  • Nitrogen atmosphere

This box furnace is CSA inspected and certified. 

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