Aerospace company orders three-chamber vacuum carburizing furnace

March 26, 2013

Seco/Warwick Corp. has announced that it has received an order for a three-chamber CaseMaster Evolution® Vacuum Carburizing furnace with washers, tempers and a full data retrieval system, from a worldwide aerospace manufacturer. Officials said they expect to have the equipment in place by July 2013.

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A CaseMaster Evolution furnace from Seco/Warwick 

The CaseMaster Evolution® vacuum T9 furnace is a three-chamber furnace with separate preheating, heating and oil quenching areas. This furnace design, states Seco/Warwick, allows for significant increases in flexibility and productivity. The furnace will provide low pressure carburizing through the use of FineCarb®  technology and low-pressure carburizing with pre-nitriding with PreNitLPC®  technology.

www.SecoWarwick.com 

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