Steam Treating Furnaces

The steam treating process is used to produce an oxide layer over the surface of an iron part to make it more durable. Steam treating increases corrosion resistance, hardness, density, and certain magnetic properties of iron-based parts. Stream treating is done in a heat treat furnace with a controlled atmosphere. The reaction of the water vapor with the iron creates the oxide layer that results in a blue/black finish.

Steam HOMO® Pit Furnace

Featuring a compact design, these units are ideal for direct production line installation.

Key Features

• Temperature Range: up to 1250°F

• Steam or inert Atmosphere Capable

• Lightweight ceramic module insulation

• High reliability

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