In a continuous industrial furnace, one of the most important variables in achieving a successful process is control of the atmosphere. From the initial installation and start-up of the furnace to its maintenance throughout its life cycle, the process atmosphere demands an attentive eye in order to produce metal parts that are well sintered, meet the specification, and have no defects.

Atmosphere Generators are commonly used in industrial furnaces and heat treating.  Abbott Furnace manufactures three types of atmosphere generators: nitrogen moisturizing systems,  endothermic systems, and ammonia dissociaters.

Nitrogen Moisturizing System

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Abbott Furnace Company’s solution for enhanced delubing Nitrogen Moisturizing System, also known as a Nitrogen Bubbler. This option incorporates features to ensure the desired wet nitrogen conditions.

Endothermic Gas Generator

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Abbott Furnace Company’s Endothermic gas generators offer a large capacity with a minimum footprint and automated controls for continuous process furnace needs as a reliable and easy to maintain unit.

Dissociated Ammonia Generator

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Abbott Furnace’s Dissociated Ammonia Generators are designed to provide an economical source of pure, dry, highly reducing atmosphere.  The dissociating process produces an atmosphere gas that consists of 25% nitrogen and 75% hydrogen.