Sintering Furnaces

The sintering process is used to compact a powder into a solid with the application of heat or pressure. The substance is heated in a sintering furnace to a temperature lower than the melting point which causes the powder particles to bond together into a compact mass. The part is strengthened by the bonding process that happens in an industrial sintering furnace.

Electronics Mesh Belt Conveyor Furnace

The open-chamber design provides a simple, effective furnace for copper brazing.  The full muffle design provides superior temperature uniformity, reduced atmosphere gas usage, and even more flexibility in creating specific temperature profiles.

Key Specifications

• Temperature Range: 1300°F to 2100°F

• Belt widths available: 4" to 36"

• Three different styles: open chamber, full muffle, full muffle with pre-heat

• Optional atmosphere gas blending and mass-flow controls

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Continuous High Temperature Sintering Furnace

The Lindberg/MPH electrically heated high-temperature sintering mesh belt conveyor furnace is designed for a variety of sintering processes with or without process atmosphere up to a maximum temperature of 2100°F (1150°C). A variety of sizes and belt widths are available.
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Roller Hearth Furnace

These roller hearth furnaces are designed for annealing, stress relieving, normalizing, tempering, hardening and other applications that require process temperatures up to 2050°F (1121°C) maximum. The roller hearth furnaces can be furnished in various widths and load-handling capabilities.
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Walking Beam Furnace

The Lindberg Walking Beam Furnace is a popular choice for sintering metallic and ceramic materials under a controlled atmosphere. These energy-efficient and cost-effective Lindberg walking beam furnaces are capable of processing heavy loads at high production rates. Temperature range: up to 3272°F (1800°C) maximum in reducing atmospheres.
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