Abbott heat treat temper/draw furnaces provide improved control over time and temperature relations for the processing of ferrous and nonferrous alloys. Our heat treat temper/draw furnaces are commonly used for the tempering of austenitized and quench hardened steel or iron at temperatures generally below 1300°F and hardened steel around 300°F.
Abbott heat treat temper/draw furnaces provide a reliable platform for achieving various mechanical properties during tempering, as well as reducing the residual stresses during the stress relieving process.
Heat Treat Furnace Features:
Special Muffle Design
- Abbott Furnace Company uses a unique ductwork muffle design which improves the efficiency of both gas-fired and electric versions of our annealing furnaces.
Gas or Electric Heating
- We offer both types of furnace heating, depending on your needs.
Monitoring & Control
- Abbott Furnace Company offers computerized monitoring and control systems that may supervise several different functions including: heat treat furnace temperature, atmosphere flow, dew point, oxygen content, carbon control, belt speed, etc.
- Abbott utilizes a variety of systems to perform these functions.