Industrial Solution Heat Treating Furnace

Solution Heat Treating Process

During solution heat treatment an alloy is heated and held to a specified temperature for a period of time allowing a desired constituent to enter solid solution. After heating the alloy is rapidly cooled, putting the material into an unstable state and preventing the constituent from precipitating. After solution heat treating in an industrial furnace or oven the material is then treated in an aging furnace or oven.

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The Lindberg HOMO® tempering furnace is an electrically heated pit style furnace capable of temperatures up to 1400°F. The furnace is top loading with a gasket-sealed work chamber. Heavy gauge alloy spiral heaters completely surround the work load providing high heat transfer efficiency.  

Key Specifications

  • Temperature Range: up to 1400°F
  • Dense load production capabilities with turbine-type fan and heavy duty motors
  • Proven components that deliver long service life
  • Inert or Combustible Atmosphere Capable

Cyclone Electric Pit Furnace

Cyclone Electric Pit Furnace

The cyclone pit furnace has been used for tempering, normalizing, solution treatment of aluminum and annealing for many decades. 

Key Specifications

  • Temperature Range: up to 1250°F
  • Uniformity: ± 10°F
  • Inert or Combustible Atmosphere Capable
  • High velocity recirculating fan

Cyclone Gas-Fired Pit Furnace

Cyclone Gas-Fired Pit Furnace

The cyclone pit furnace has been used for tempering, notmalizing, solution in treatment of aluminum and annealing for many decades.  

Key Specifications

  • Temperature Range: up to 1250°F
  • Uniformity: ±10°F
  • Inert or Combustible Atmosphere Capable
  • Complete, prewired, freestanding control panel with disconnect switch

Cyclone Box Furnace

Cyclone Box Furnace

The rapid, uniform heating of the Cyclone Box Furnace has been proven in thousands of installations.  

Key Specifications

  • Temperature Range: to 1250°F
  • Optionally up to 1400°F
  • Electric or gas heat available
  • Temperature Uniformity of ±10°F or better