Designed primarily for typical tool room type applications, i.e., heat treating and quenching. It is the answer to the requirement to process small to medium cross section cold work die steels (S7, A2, D2), conventional high speed steels (M1, M2, M7, etc.) and advanced P/M tooling materials. May be used for other related type operations, i.e., tempering, annealing, brazing, degassing, etc.
Rated for 90 Kg. (200 lb.) normal capacity, the Series 3450 Model 121224-1315-TQ-II vacuum furnace meets high production requirements and provides 2 cubic feet of usable work space to handle a wide variety of part sizes and shapes. The versatility provided by a variety of process control options makes it possible to run partial loads and achieve results comparable to full capacity operation.
Centorr/Vacuum Industries' manufacturing facilities have been repeatedly expanded and now include a group of integrated shops staffed and equipped for machining, metal forming, fabricating, electro-mechanical assembling, and operational testing of complete furnace and related processing systems. Centorr/Vacuum Industries' Applied Technology Center is staffed with a graduate ceramic engineer and technician. The lab is equipped with five high-temperature furnaces, and various metallographic support equipment to permit analysis and evaluation of a client's process requirements.