Things to consider when purchasing an Industrial Oven or Furnace This blog explains the importance of hardness, heat treating, stress, and design that must be considered when purchasing an industrial oven. Hardness Requirements Hardness requirements describe which hardness tests (Rockwell, Brinell, etc.) and range are required. For tool steels, a three-point hardness range is desirable, such as “Rockwell C 60-62.” Five to six points below Rockwell C 50 should be allowed in hardness. Inspection locations and critical areas in which hardness tests are not allowed should be noted. Stock removal for preparing surfaces for hardness checks should be noted, if…
Ellen’s Ovens – The Industrial Ovens Blog
Serving as the president of sales, I’ve become an industry expert by collaborating with clients on numerous projects as well as studying aircraft hangars, parts manufacturing facilities, military bases, and their thermal processing needs. It’s been a great success as companies such as Boeing, Lockheed, Lufthansa, FedEx, Rolls-Royce Engines, Bombardier, Cessna, Bell Helicopters, NASA, Safran, many large Heavy Maintenance MRO facilities, and the United States Air Force, Navy, and Air National Guard all depend on DELTA H furnaces.
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