Heat-treating is using rapid heating and cooling to alter the physical or chemical properties of metal or other substances. This is usually done to improve the metal’s hardness, strength, or ductility, but heat-treating can also be used to remove residual stress and increase wear resistance. Processes that rely on heat treatment include brazing, tempering, annealing, case hardening, normalizing and sintering.
Molded pulp packaging guards against breakage, vibration, and shifting. Molded from wet fibers, it has a snug, secure other options cannot match.
There’s more than one way to prepare fibrous raw materials for use in molded pulp products. This blog takes a closer look at the processes involved.
There are different types of furnaces for different types of applications. Read this blog to gain a better understanding of the industrial furnace and components you'll need.
Is your furnace running smoothly? If not, this guide will help you troubleshoot any maintenance problems that may arise in your industrial furnace.
Soft magnetic composites drive electrification in many applications. Continuous process furnaces keep them cost-effective and efficient to manufacture.
A furnace with special features and integrated controls to remove more lubricant, create less soot, and achieve a better sinter.
Replacing the cobalt in EV battery cathodes is one of the manufacturing challenges in which the experts at Abbott Furnace Company are involved.
AC motors are small and simple to build, so they’re a perfect test medium for energy density and lightweighting applications. Our furnaces can help.
AIAG’s Brazing Work Group has released its new Brazing System Assessment, CQI-29. Abbott Furnace participated in the development as part of the work group.
Abbott Furnace is pleased to participate in the Automotive Industry Action Group’s (AIAG) Brazing Work Group. According to AIAG, this group has “developed a process to validate the effectiveness of…
AIAG’s new brazing standard, CQI-29, highlights best practices for auto OEM suppliers.