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CQI-29 Webinar Replay

CQI-29 Brazing System Assessment Webinar Replay

Abbott Furnace Company’s CQI-29 Brazing System Assessment Webinar Replay Abbott’s head of Research & Development, Dr. Stephen L. Feldbauer, Ph.D., discusses key aspects of the Brazing System Assessment and answers participants questions. The AIAG CQI-29 Brazing System Assessment specifies process requirements for an organization or its suppliers performing applicable aluminum and stainless-steel brazing. Processes covered

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Hybrid Pusher Furnace

Sinter Hardening Lean Alloys: A Promising Advancement in Material Science

INTRODUCTION In the realm of material science, the quest for superior and cost-effective alloys with enhanced mechanical properties is a never-ending pursuit. Sinter hardening, an innovative heat treatment technique, has emerged as a promising solution to achieve high strength and improved wear resistance in lean alloys. Understanding Sinter Hardening Sinter hardening is a heat treatment

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US BMB Launch Press Release

LAUNCH OF THE U.S. BATTERY MACHINE BUILDERS

We are pleased to announce the launch of the U.S. Battery Machine Builders, a new initiative dedicated to fortifying the U.S. battery supply chain by encouraging adoption of American-made machines and equipment. Abbott Furnace is united alongside a strong roster of U.S. battery equipment manufacturers to bolster the battery supply chain by manufacturing top-tier equipment

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Private Symposium Mexico

PRIVATE SYMPOSIUM IN MEXICO

Employees from both Abbott Furnace and Abbott Furnace Mexico conducted a two-day training at a customer facility in Mexico on September 12th and 13th. Over the course of the two days, topics of discussion ranged from Brazing Fundamentals to Furnace Troubleshooting to Hands-On Training on the plant floor. Contact us for more information and to

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Students tour Abbott Furnace Company

ABBOTT FURNACE HOSTS TOUR & VISITS WITH STUDENTS

Abbott Furnace Company hosted a tour of its facilities on September 28th for staff, instructors and Electrical and CADD students from Triangle Tech Dubois. Guests were broken into smaller groups for the tour and were also given the opportunity to hear from professionals in their fields of study. We thank everyone that came to visit!

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Continuous Belt Furnace manufactured by Abbott Furnace Company

Why Continuous Furnaces?

Continuous Furnaces (also known as Continuous Belt or Conveyor Belt Furnaces) carry process parts or material through the primary heating chamber for rapid thermal processing. They are designed for fast drying products and are often a great choice for medium and high-volume part manufacturing. https://abbottfurnace.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/Why-Continuous-Belt-Furnaces_.mp4

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Abbott Furnace Installs and Commissions an Endogas Generator

Abbott Furnace Company has recently designed, manufactured, and installed a 6,000 SCFH Endothermic Gas Generator (Endogas Generator) at Sintergy Inc. in Reynoldsville, PA. The design of the Abbott SP-6000 generator is a modular concept with each module producing up to 6000scfh of endothermic gas. This generator brings an innovative retort design that allows a single

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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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Abbott Furnace: Journey to lean champion certification

Abbott Furnace, a manufacturer of industrial furnaces, was looking for change on their production floor. As with many manufacturers today, they wanted to increase efficiencies with the goal of reducing costs and increasing profits. Abbott’s Inventory Control Specialist, Susan Williams, shared with the Northwest Industrial Resource Center (NWIRC) the company’s needs and previous initiatives that

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