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Webinar:
CQI-29 Brazing Assessment

Tuesday, December 6, 2022
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET

Continuous Belt Furnace & Specialty Furnace Products

Abbott Furnace Company is a continuous industrial furnace manufacturer with 40 years of experience designing and producing
some of the industry’s most reliable and high-performing industrial continuous belt furnaces

Continuous Furnaces By Type

Continuous furnaces are available in countless configurations that use various thermal processing applications.  Abbott Furnace custom designs furnaces according to customer specifications. 

Specialty Furnace Products

Specialty furnace products enhance the efficiency and capabilities of industrial furnaces and are used when a customer’s specific application for which the furnace is designed requires specific functionality.


Industries We Serve

We design and manufacture continuous furnaces for a variety of industries including powder metal, thick film processing, glass to metal seal, EV batteries, soft magnetic composites, carbon felt, and molded pulp packaging.

Maintenance & repair

Abbott Furnace Company offers industrial furnace component repairs and instrument calibration services on continuous belt furnaces, Abbott Furnace is ISO/IEC 17025 accredited.

Why A Continuous Belt Furnace?

Why Choose a Continuous Belt Industrial Furnace?

A Continuous Belt Furnace (also known as Conveyor Belt Furnace) carries process parts or material through the primary heating chamber for rapid thermal processing. They are designed for fast drying and curing of products and are an excellent choice for manufacturing medium and high-volume products.

Continuous Belt Furnaces are capable of achieving numerous metallurgical processes, including bright annealing, brazing, process curing, sintering, stress-relieving, and tempering, and can accommodate various heating types.

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ISO/IEC 17025 ACCREDITED CALIBRATION LAB

Abbott Furnace Company is ISO/IEC 17025:2017 accredited which specifies the general requirements for the competence, impartiality, and consistent operation of laboratories.

Abbott Furnace Company is an ISO/IEC 17025 Certified Calibration Laboratory

Abbott Furnace Webinars

Play Video about Abbott Furnace Vulcan Delube System

Lubricant Removal Systems
and the Latest Technology

Play Video about Advancements in Continuous Processing of Soft Magnetics

Advancements in Continuous
Processing of Soft Magnetics

Play Video about Troubleshooting Your Industrial Furnace

Troubleshooting Your
Industrial Furnace - Q&A

INDUSTRIAL FURNACE ARTICLES

Lubricant Effects in Press & Sinter Powder Metallurgy

A paper co-authored by Director of Research & Development, Dr. Stephen Feldbauer, was published in the Autumn 2022 edition of the Powder Metallurgy Review. The article reviews the compaction and sintering effects of the four commonly used lubricants in Powder Metallurgy and Abbott’s Vulcan System, which enables complete lubricant removal.

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WEBINAR: CQI-29 Brazing Assessment

CQI-29 Special Brazing Assessment Tuesday, December 6, 202211:00 AM ET The new Brazing System Assessment specifies process requirements for an organization or its suppliers performing applicable aluminum and stainless steel brazing. Processes covered are CAB, Vacuum, Flame, and Induction brazing, and contain requirements for part print, control plan, braze quality

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Job Opening – Industrial Painter

Abbott Furnace Company, a leader in the manufacturing of industrial furnaces, located in St. Marys, PA currently has an opening for an experienced and reliable full-time Painter. Responsibilities: All aspects of prepping, sanding, and applying professional finishes to our manufactured equipment. Requirements: High school diploma or GED. Experience with industrial

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WEBINAR: Trouble Shooting Electrical Issues

Trouble Shooting Electrical Issues – A Round Table Discussion on Industrial Furnaces Thursday, August 4, 2022 11:00 AM ET PANELISTS: Dustin Yetzer – Applications Engineer Brian Smith – Applications Engineer Matt Pavlock – Field Service Manager Don Schnars – Technical Services

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