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Industrial Furnace Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial furnace manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source industrial furnace manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These industrial furnace companies can design, engineer and manufacture industrial furnaces to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these industrial furnace manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of industrial furnaces, HVAC industrial furnaces, furnace installation.

  • 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

    Here at JPW Industrial Ovens & Furnaces we provide cabinet ovens, process ovens, custom ovens, heat treating ovens, lab ovens, walk-in ovens, and much more. We offer unmatched customer services and there is no project too challenging for our engineers. Our engineers are skilled at working directly with customers to solve their furnace needs! Contact us today to learn more! Our representatives are ready to take your call today!

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  • Round Lake, IL 847-546-8225

    All of our industrial furnaces as well as the rest of our products go through extensive testing before leaving our facilities in order to ensure that you are getting the best products possible. Our company never retires files so if there ever is a problem with your machinery, we have the solution! Come check out our 100,000 facility to see what we can do for you! For more information visit our website or email our staff today!

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  • East Troy, WI 262-642-3938

    Our industrial furnaces serve industries such as automotive, composites, finishing, heat treating, military as well as many others. We are committed to offering the selection you need in order to serve you better. Our industrial furnaces offer lasting value and will stand up to daily wear and tear. For more information on how our company may be able to assist you with your industrial heating process needs visit our website 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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Lindberg/MPH Electrically Heated Box Furnace For Sale

Lindberg/MPH has a brand new electrically heated atmosphere box furnace with a semi-automatic powered load/unload transfer table and oil quench tank in stock. This box furnace can be used for applications that require process temperatures up to 1,850°F under a N2/H2 blended atmosphere (96/4 blend).  This equipment has never shipped from our manufacturing facility, includes our full 1-Year Warranty, and is available for immediate inspection or shipment.    Specifications of this Lindberg/MPH furnace:   Designed to accept a 24” W x 36” D x 18” H basket   Total furnace... Read More

JPW Industrial Ovens and Furnaces Adds Second Plant in Williamsport

  Trout Run, PA (May 1, 2018) – JPW Industrial Ovens and Furnaces, an industrial oven manufacturer based near Williamsport, Pa., has added a second manufacturing facility to its operation. The new plant is expected to create 25 new jobs within the next two years. JPW’s Plant 2, located at 3607 West Fourth St., Williamsport, will produce the company’s expanding line of standard industrial ovens. Plant 1, located in Trout Run, will continue to craft custom-made industrial ovens and serve as the company’s headquarters. “Demand for our standard product lines... Read More

Lindberg/MPH Ships Industrial Box Furnace to a Leading Manufacturer of Industrial Cutting Tools

Lindberg/MPH announced the shipment of an electrically heated box furnace used for hardening industrial grade saw blades for the woodworking industry. The box furnace is designed with a maximum temperature rating of 2,000°F and normal operating temperature of 1,600°F and work chamber dimensions of 72”W x 48”D x 10”H. The design of the heat treat furnace features a flow through configuration that allows green product to be loaded on one side and treated materials to be unloaded on the opposite side of the furnace. The flow through design provides the... Read More

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Industrial Furnaces

Industrial furnaces are enclosed structures that contain high heat chambers. Compared to industrial ovens, they provide much higher temperatures and therefore are mostly used on materials with high melting points. They are found in glass fabrication, steel service centers, foundries, forgeries, metal recycling plants and any metallurgy application involving the use of heat to alter, improve, fabricate or form metals like steel, titanium and aluminum, alloys, glass, composite materials and some plastics.

Furnaces meant for small runs are usually of single chamber design and are manually loaded and unloaded with various tools to lift crucibles full of molten metal or heat treated products. Larger volume furnaces have automated conveyor systems that allow many parts or products to be treated at a time. Their controlled atmospheres can be oxidizing, inert, salt bath or vacuum. Their most common use is for heat treating glass and metal, which alters or improves the material's properties by exposing it to high temperatures, then rapid cooling. Furnaces are also capable of aging, annealing, sterilizing and sintering materials, as well as melting raw substances for molding or casting purposes. Furnace specifications include temperature requirements, pressure, internal width, length and height, as well as heat source.

There are many different furnace heat sources available today. They include radiant, natural gas, induction, conduction, electrical and dielectric. Each method has specialized benefits, limitations and applications. Radiant heat furnaces are similar to wood stoves and portable heaters. They use a flame to heat an object, commonly a ceramic plate. This object gives off heat that transfers throughout the area. Natural gas furnaces are very common. Compared to electric furnaces, they are an economical method of creating a high heat environment. They burn natural gas or propane in order to generate heat, and are used for their high temperature abilities. Induction furnaces use a combination of electrical resistance and hysteresis losses to heat metal parts. They are exposed to a magnetic field around a coil-carrying alternating current. Induction furnaces are the first choice in metal melting applications and are often used by iron foundries. Electric furnaces are also popular for melting metal. The most common type is an electrical arc furnace, which uses high amounts of electrical current, which travels through a metal arc and is conducted onto large amounts of scrap metal. The current heats the scrap metal to a high enough degree to melt it completely. These furnaces are mostly used for recycling metal parts to be formed into new products.