This look inside the heat treating furnace examines the reasons behind the shift to graphite hot zones and identifies how shops can choose the best hot zone for their heat treating application.
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Heat Treating: Industry News
Their total investment of $62 million will complete a 200,000 sq ft facility with two blanking lines and a slitting line.
With the flexible Atlas system, they can now do carburizing, neutral hardening and carbonitriding.
Plasma oxidation will be key to expanding the carbon fiber market from 83,000 metric tons per year to over 219,000 tons per year by 2024.
Advanced industrial ovens and furnaces from Grieve are used for powder coating, curing, baking, drying, and other applications requiring the circulation of heated air.
Featuring four insulated walls and an aluminized steel exterior with a 2B finish stainless steel interior, the No. 978 universal oven from Grieve is perfect for any machine shop operation.
The No. 910 walk-in oven from Grieve has a 6 in insulated oven floor with truck wheel guide tracks and an 8,000 lb capacity flatbed loading truck that can be furnished with the oven.