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Heavy Duty Box Furnace Used for Heat Treating Titanium

Grieve Corporation introduces an electrically-heated inert atmosphere heavy-duty box furnace, which can be used for heat treating titanium at the customer’s facility.

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Grieve Corporation introduces an electrically-heated inert atmosphere heavy-duty box furnace, which can be used for heat treating titanium at the customer’s facility. The unit is equipped with a roof-mounted, heat-resisting alloy recirculating fan, powered by a 1-HP motor with V-belt drive, motor-operated vertical lift door, 100 lb. capacity alloy loading cart with cast alloy roller rails, 3-1/2” diameter cast alloy rollers and a roller rail loading table with 4” diameter cast iron rollers.

The furnace also features inert atmosphere construction, consisting of a continuously welded outer shell, high temperature door gasket, sealed heater terminal boxes, inert atmosphere inlet, inert atmosphere outlet and inert atmosphere flowmeter. Controls onboard the furnace include a digital programming temperature controller, manual reset excess temperature controller with separate contactors and a strip chart recorder.

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