Endothermic Gas Generators

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.

Endothermic Gas Generator FEATURES:

      • Modular design with 6000 scfh capacity of each module.
      • 6:1 turn-down facilitates furnace idling without venting excess gas.
      • Automated controls provide consistent dewpoint throughout operating range.
      • Optional preheated air/gas mixture can be provided for fuel savings.
      • Air or water-cooled gas cooler.
      • Simple catalyst replacement, without removal of retort.
      • Modern controls with PLC/HMI for easy-to-use automated operation.
      • Analyzers and controls to monitor and control automated operation, idling, and burnout.
      • Data logging and control alarms for gas output, dewpoint, system pressures, and temperatures.

Endothermic GAS Generators are used for:

      • Hardening of carbon and tool steels
      • Annealing and normalizing of carbon steels
      • Sintering
      • Brazing
Abbott Furnace Endothermic Gas Atmosphere Generators

OTHER ATMOSPHERE GENERATORS

Abbott Furnace Dissociated Ammonia Atmosphere Generators

Dissociated Ammonia Generators

Abbott Furnace’s Dissociated Ammonia Atmosphere 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.

Abbott Furnace Nitrogen Bubbler Atmosphere Generator

NITROGEN MOISTURIZING SYSTEM

Abbott Furnace Company’s solution for enhanced delubing is our Nitrogen Moisturizing System, also known in the industry as a Nitrogen Bubbler.

F.a.s.t. Moisture Control System For Industrial Furnaces

F.A.S.T. Moisture Control System

The F.A.S.T. Moisture Control System (FMCS) is a hydration system designed to remove the high carbonaceous vapors emitted during lubricant removal from the preheat zone of a continuous belt furnace using steam injection, allowing the customer to regulate and maintain a constant Dew Point. The FMCS has also been shown to reduce stack emission particulate.

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Methanol Control System (MCS 100)

Abbott Furnace Company’s Methanol Control System, the MCS100, is designed to inject a constant stream of blended nitrogen/methanol into continuous belt furnaces. The nitrogen/methanol blend creates a process atmosphere that can contain up to 10% hydrogen by volume.

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