For more complex alloys, vacuum furnaces are often the best option for heat treating and brazing. As their name suggests, vacuum furnaces evacuate all atmosphere in order to prevent unwanted chemical reactions from occurring during the heat treating or brazing process and to allow metallurgists to design in-depth thermal processes for complex alloys.
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These jobs can take up to 3 to 5 times longer for the heat up cycle in a high temperature vacuum furnace vs. a VacuDraw. Will save you money on capital, operating, maintenance, and utility costs vs. using a conventional high temperature vacuum furnace for low temperature heat treating cycles
Multiple-Chamber Vacuum Furnaces Provide Vacuum Advantages with Energy Savings. Early vacuum furnace designs began as single-chamber technology in which the heating and cooling required in a typical cycle were performed in the same chamber. While this is a cost-effective furnace design, there are dueling and sometimes completely incompatible
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Vacuum Heat Treating. Each of our modern vacuum furnaces have automatic micro processor controls to insure that your parts are treated to the exact specified design requirements. With programmed control each run is assured of repeating the same treatment as the previous load and a permanent graphic chart guarantees traceability for every job.
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Vacuum Brazing Vacuum Brazing uses a vacuum furnace but it is not, strictly speaking, a heat treating process. Brazing, in general, is a process of joining two components with a metallic bond by briefly liquefying the latter while the assembly is under vacuum conditions.
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Vacuum heat treating is a precisely controlled, environmentally-friendly process. The end result is a product that is clean and distortion free. It can eliminate post-heat treat machining, or cleaning operations, and leaves the parts with no scale or discoloration.
Each vacuum furnace is designed for your specific heat treating application, including a variety of temperature and vacuum controls to choose from. Electrically heated front-loading, top loading and integral quench vacuum furnaces are commonly used for processes such as brazing, annealing, carburizing, normalizing, hardening, and sintering.