Mechanical heaters or boilers are utilized throughout the world in several applications. As the choice of utilizations developed, various kinds of heaters were created to stay aware of requests.

Here is a sneak peek the different types of furnaces and their usages.

Carbonitriding Furnaces:

They are High temperature furnace where carbonitriding introduces carbon and nitrogen into a solid ferrous alloy by holding above the critical temperature (Ac1) in an atmosphere that contains suitable gases such as hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and ammonia. The carbonitrided alloy is usually rapidly cooled (quench hardened.) (Daniel H. Herring)

Nitriding Furnace:

A nitriding furnace introduces nitrogen into a solid ferrous alloy by holding above the critical temperature (Ac1) in contact with a suitable nitrogenous material which may be solid, liquid, or gas. Quench hardening is not required to produce a hard case.

Tempering Furnaces:

A Tempering furnace is frequently utilized after iron-based composites have been exposed to solidifying or extinguishing, which can cause overabundance hardness, stress, and fragility. Tempering is the way toward warming steel to a particular temperature and after that cooling it in still air. The heat the metal is warmed to decides how much hardness is expelled.

Annealing Furnaces:

Annealing is a warmth treatment process that is utilized to make a sample soft for improved cold working, machinability, and to upgrade mechanical and electrical properties. This Industrial heat treat furnace work by warming up material and keeping up the temperature before cooling at a reasonable rate. Contingent upon the prerequisites, various temperatures, and cooling rates will be utilized. 

Sintering Furnaces:

Sintering furnaces are utilized to decrease the porosity of a material and to improve a particular property including quality, transparency, warm conductivity, or electrical conductivity. The sintering procedure works by framing and compacting a muscular mass of material utilizing weight or warmth without dissolving the example to the point of liquefaction.

Continuous Atmosphere Furnaces:

Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems manufactures, installs and commissions a wide range of continuous atmosphere products which include mesh belt, pusher, and roller hearth furnaces. Our product line covers a wide range of different processes including sintering, brazing, annealing, glass-to-metal sealing, carburizing, carbonitriding, hardening, inert atmosphere processing, normalizing, stress relieving, tempering, and drying. These products are highly energy efficient, and can be gas-fired or electrically heated. They are available in standard configurations and sizes or can be custom designed. We can provide the ideal product to process your specific parts based upon your process, temperature, atmosphere, and throughput requirements.

Batch Vacuum Furnaces:

Designed for many thermal processes, the electrically heated batch vacuum furnace is available in a multitude of configurations. The most basic configurations are the front and top loading single chamber styles where work is loaded into and out from the same door. These are designed for high temperature applications such as brazing, annealing, carburizing, hardening, tempering and are supplied with graphite or ceramic insulation packages. Evacuation systems include rough pumps, boosters, and diffusion pumps when required. Being modular in design, independent quench chambers may be added to the basic heating chamber. The quenching mediums may be gas, pressurized gas, and/or oil. Isolation of the modules (temperature and vacuum level) may be accomplished with an internal vacuum door.


These types of products range from standard designs to arrangements that are entirely altered to cater to different users requirements.