Harper adds HC Series configurable rotary furnaces to its range

May 1, 2018

Harper adds HC Series configurable rotary furnaces to its range

Harper’s HC Series can be customised to suite different applications

 

Thermal processing solutions provider Harper International, Buffalo, New York, USA, has launched the HC Series™ Configurable Rotary Furnace product line. The HC Series is a standard set of rotary furnaces which are configured or customised to order and are available in a number of variations, depending on customer specifications.

The configurable designs take into account the required specifications for temperature, tube length, heated length, diameter and number of zones. A product selector on the Harper website is said to allow customers to select these specifications, after which a suitable rotary furnace design configuration is formulated.

 

Thermal processing solutions provider Harper International, Buffalo, New York, USA, has launched the HC Series™ Configurable Rotary Furnace product line. The HC Series is a standard set of rotary

Harper manufactures a wide range of furnaces for numerous applications

 

Paul Elwell, Harper’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, stated, “We are excited that the HC Series allows Harper to virtually eliminate a number of up-front design engineering process steps, greatly reducing start-up lead times while offering a more standard product line to those customers looking for off-the-shelf solutions.

“Additionally, the web-based product selector tool provides an efficient head-start to our client engagement activities,” he concluded. Harper International provides complete thermal processing solutions and technical services essential for the production of advanced materials globally, covering a range of customer requirements from research-scale solutions to full production lines.

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