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Gas Furnace Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of gas furnace manufacturers and suppliers. Find gas furnace companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture gas furnace to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top gas furnace manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the gas furnace companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of high efficiency gas furnaces, gas-fired furnaces, and gas furnace line of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Wixom, MI 248-624-8191

    For over 100 years, AFC-Holcroft has offered atmosphere based heat treating equipment built to the highest standards for quality. Our extensive product range includes universal batch systems, mesh belt and cast link belt furnaces, continuous pusher furnaces, roller hearth and rotary hearth furnaces, walking beam furnaces, austempering systems, atmosphere generators, aluminum processing equipment and more. ISO 9001:2015 certified.

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  • Sturgeon Bay, WI 920-743-6568

    HTF is a manufacturer of various kinds of furnaces, such as quenching, pit, batch, car bottom, continuous, atmosphere, and tip-up. Our furnaces are capable of aging, forging, annealing, austenitizing, normalizing, spheroidizing, carburizing, stress relief, neutral hardening, and nitriding. Customization options are also availale. To learn more about our complete furnace and service package call us or visit our website today!

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  • Trout Run, PA 570-995-5025

    Our gas furnaces are manufactured with our customers in mind. JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces manufactures standard and custom made gas furnaces and other furnaces. We are dedicated to providing high quality products and excellent customer service. Our products are used in a variety of industries like aerospace, food, general manufacturing, and more! For more information about our products, call us today or visit our website!

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  • East Troy, WI 262-642-3938

    For over 40 years Wisconsin Oven Corporation has been designing, engineering, and manufacturing industrial other heating equipment including furnaces including gas furnaces. We are dedicated to a tradition of fairness and respect for our customers, employees and community. We are guided by the principles of quality, service and integrity. Call us or visit our website today.

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  • Round Lake, IL 847-546-8225

    Our gas furnaces are among the best in the industry! We are dedicated to providing an ever-improving manufacturing process in order to make the very best furnaces possible. It is our goal to offer excellent customer service in every new encounter in hopes of turning first time customers into lifelong friendships. For more information on what we can do for you, visit our website today or get in touch with our staff via email or phone today!

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  • New Columbia, PA 570-538-7200

    Through its expert Lindberg/MPH brand and reliable and value priced Blue M line, TPS is a global leader in the design, engineering, manufacture and aftermarket support of industrial furnaces. Whether it’s Crucible, Lab Box, Tube, Chamber Utility Box, Element Box, Hot Stamping/Press Hardening, Pit, Integral Quench, Conveyor, Continuous Process, Vacuum, Gantry Line, Walking Beam or a range of Non Ferrous Melting and Holding options, we have an industrial furnace that will meet your application.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Mincon Group to Install AFC-Holcroft Batch Furnace Lines on Two Continents

  Mincon Group, headquartered in Shannon, Ireland, has purchased 2 separate, complete batch style integral quench heat treatment lines from AFC-Holcroft. The equipment will be utilized for the heat treatment of components such as those used in heavy industries like mining and drilling.  The both batch furnace lines have features designed to reduce distortion of the products being processed. One complete furnace line, consisting of an integral quench batch furnace with an effective load size of 36” x 72” x 56”, tempering furnaces, washing and conveying equipment, controls system and... Read More

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Gas Furnaces

A gas furnace is an enclosed structure that burns gas to produce heat for industrial purposes. They can be manufactured with various kinds of heat resistant (refractory) elements to withstand long-term use. The enclosed space holds the gas being heated until the desired temperature is reached within the furnace.

Rising electricity prices make gas-fired furnaces an economical choice for heating applications, while also reducing harm to the environment. Most new gas furnaces tend to be grouped in one of two general classes of efficiency: power combustion at 80-82% AFUE and condensing furnaces that are at least 90% efficient. Condensing furnaces are used in most situations, with the exception of warm climates. Condensing furnaces are much more resistant to corrosion caused by condensation in the unit or a chimney. These models typically exhaust through a plastic pipe that exits through a side wall, and do not need to use the chimney, which was typically the case with combustion furnaces. As most models are now gas-fired, very few oil-fired condensing furnaces are available.

Gas furnaces can come with varying temperature control options or be set for a single temperature, depending on the process for which the furnace will be used. Gas furnaces commonly have one of the following atmospheres: air or oxidizing, inert, reducing, salt bath or vacuum. Over-temperature protection, service or entry holes, three-zone or multi-zone, view ports, computer interface and application software are some of the options available for these furnaces. Gas furnaces use natural gas as a source of heat. When considering whether to replace an existing gas furnace, the decision depends on the furnace’s age, condition and current performance. The steel industry is one of the many industries that use high-temperature, natural gas-fired furnaces, which produce large amounts of nitrous oxide (NOx) per unit of processed material. To meet increasingly stringent emissions regulations, oscillating combustion technology has been developed and is continuing to be improved for use with gas furnaces. This technology provides efficiency, productivity and reduced nitrous oxide emission from all types of industrial furnaces. A typical heating system will last about 25 years, though some gas furnaces can last twice that long.