Sintering Furnaces

Sintering Furnaces are used for a heat treatment applied to a powder compact in order to impart strength and integrity.

Schematic Of An Abbott Sintering Furnace

Advances in Powder Metal Sintering Technology

Stephen L. Feldbauer, Ph.D. Abbott Furnace Company Introduction The traditional powder metal process, often referred to as “’press and sinter”, is constantly driven to change by an industry goal of entering new markets through substitution and the development of innovative products for new applications. Although much advancement has been made in tite area of compaction, …

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Powder Metal Component Manufacturer Orders Sintering Furnace

From the IHDailyNewsBrief Abbott Furnace Company received an order for a sintering furnace from a company that specializes in manufacturing ferrous-based, powder-metal components for the automotive, agricultural and industrial markets. The electrically heated, continuous-belt furnace, which is rated at 2150°F, will be delivered in the second quarter of 2020. Abbott Furnace will design, manufacture and …

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Featured In Industrial Heating

Abbott Furnace Company’s Director of Research and Development, Stephen L. Feldbauer’s paper on Abbott’s Vulcan titled “A Review of Lubricant Removal Systems and the Latest Technology” was featured in the January 2020 issue of Industrial Heating magazine. Lubricant removal continues to be one of the most common issues in sintering. The cover featured a photo …

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