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IEA has Significantly Expanded its Kenosha-based Manufacturing Capabilities with The Purchase and Installation of an Aluminum Brazing Furnace

IEA has Significantly Expanded its Kenosha-based Manufacturing Capabilities with The Purchase and Installation of an Aluminum Brazing Furnace

Kenosha, WI – IEA has significantly expanded its Kenosha-based manufacturing capabilities with the purchase and installation of an aluminum brazing furnace. This major, controlled atmosphere brazing furnace furthers the Company’s vertical integration initiatives for the production of aluminum heat exchangers in all sizes. At the same time, this strategic action re-shores production operations...

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Lucifer Furnaces Delivers 18 Furnaces to US Air Force

Lucifer Furnaces Delivers 18 Furnaces to US Air Force

Lucifer Furnaces has completed a year long contract to deliver 18 AMS2750 compliant furnaces and ovens to the U.S. Government.  Models supplied include 5000 Series Heavy Duty Single Chamber Furnaces, 8000 Series Dual Chamber Furnace/Oven combos, 4000 Series Recirculating Convection Ovens and DU4 Series Dual Ovens.  All models are designed and built to comply with AMS2750 Class 2 (+/- 10 F) and...

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L&L Ships a Large, Fiber-Lined Box Furnace for a New Aerospace Heat-Treating Facility

L&L Ships a Large, Fiber-Lined Box Furnace for a New Aerospace Heat-Treating Facility

L&L Special Furnace Co. has shipped a highly uniform box furnace to a major aerospace manufacturer located in the southeastern United States. The state-of-the-art-facility will be opening soon and be a central part of a new heat-treating center for aerospace and military components. The Model FB666 is a front-loading box furnace with a pneumatic vertical door. Its working dimensions are 60”...

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Lucifer Furnaces Builds Top Loading Furnace for Medical Equipment Manufacturer

Lucifer Furnaces Builds Top Loading Furnace for Medical Equipment Manufacturer

Lucifer Furnaces recently supplied a Top Loading Furnace to a leading tooling manufacturer. Model TL7-481818 has a chamber size of 48” H x 18” W x 18” L and heats to 2300°F. Heavy gauge, coil wound, low watt density heating elements in 6 removable holders are controlled as 3 separate zones to provide uniform heating. The furnace chamber is insulated with 6 ½ inches of multilayer...

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High Temperature Electric Box Furnace for Heat Treatment of High Tech Ceramics

High Temperature Electric Box Furnace for Heat Treatment of High Tech Ceramics

L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc., has shipped a medium sized high temperature box furnace to a government military defense organization located in the southeastern United States. The furnace is used for military ceramic composite development along with research and development for various other components. The furnace has a working zone of 24” wide by 18” high by 36” deep. The furnace is rated...

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Global Automotive Parts Manufacturer Deploys CaseMaster Evolution® (CMe) Heat Treat System from SECO/WARWICK

Global Automotive Parts Manufacturer Deploys CaseMaster Evolution® (CMe) Heat Treat System from SECO/WARWICK

Global manufacturer of automotive, power, aerospace components deploys CMe® from SECO/WARWICK. It is the first furnace with LPC technology for this large Indian company. CMe was chosen to solve a problem with inter granular oxidation present in traditional atmospheric heat treat furnaces. The furnace will be dedicated to small and large gear, pinion and other types of automotive gears. Three...

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New Pit-style Furnace Made with ASM2750E Pyrometry Specification

New Pit-style Furnace Made with ASM2750E Pyrometry Specification

Capable of ±10°F from 300°F to 1,750°F throughout the work envelope of 20” in diameter by 36” deep. Available with audible/visual stack light and element branch indicator located on top of the control panel. Ideal for production facilities where the operators have sole control of their heat treating cycle.

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Dual-Function Furnace for Faster Heating and Cooling Cycles

Dual-Function Furnace for Faster Heating and Cooling Cycles

Our client, an important manufacturer of motors for various industries such as mini-splits, electric appliances, etc; wanted to increase production but did not have enough space for a conventional furnace. It had very fast cooling and heating times, which considerably lengthened its production cycles. We made the installation of a box furnace for heat treatment of stators with the following...

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Two Carbell Kilns for Flow Control Refractories

Two Carbell Kilns for Flow Control Refractories

One of our clients wanted to increase its production, so it requested three new furnaces of the same size as already existing in its plant, optimized with the latest technology. So we made the installation of kilns with greater capacity and more control zones with the following characteristics: Operational temperature: 1,600ºC (2,910ºF) Maximum operating temperature of 1,700ºC (3,090ºF)...

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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America Announces Stronger, Lighter, and Corrosion-Free FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement in structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs don't rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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