Many industries demand precision and quality in the treatment and production of materials. For example, the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries are among those requiring precise custom heat treatments to improve or regain material characteristics. In addition, these industries need a furnace to process materials and meet high standards for components.
At S.M. Engineering & Heat Treating, we offer custom-engineered pusher batch and quench furnaces that can be used for various applications. Our custom furnaces can be used for annealing, stress relieving, hardening, and other complex heat treatments used to process materials to augment their strength and resistance to oxidation and contamination. In addition, our service caters to high volumes and efficient processing materials for different industries, including medical, automotive, and electronics.
This page will go through the features, capabilities, and applications of S.M. Engineering’s pusher batch and quench furnaces.
Pusher Batch and Quench Furnaces From S.M. Engineering
S.M. Engineering’s pusher furnaces allow efficient processing of high volumes of materials by combining a batch furnace with a quench system. Our products are efficient, reliable and are all under atmosphere to the point of entering the quenching method. They are designed to perform multiple methods of metal treatment.
Our batch and quench furnaces also keep up with technological features. They have digital temperature controls, including a solid state electronic on-off proportioning, a programmable logic system (PLC), and current proportion systems. In addition, our batch and quench furnaces are made to heat metals up to 36” wide for all types of metal. They achieve a maximum heating temperature of 1800 °F to 2100 °F, with heating options of nichrome 8/20, wire and ribbon, or silicon carbide glow bars.
Pusher batch furnaces can be configured in single or multiple length zones. They can be equipped with different sized ammonia dissociators to produce required atmospheres. Options for different heights and widths of muffles are available.
Common Applications of Our Pusher Batch and Quench Furnaces
S.M. Engineering’s pusher batch and quench furnaces can be vital for the following applications:
- Jewelry Industry
- Automotive Industry
- Medical Industry
- Strip Metal Manufacturing
- Tubing Manufacturing
Our Custom Pusher Furnace Services
S.M. Engineering creates economical and innovative equipment that exceeds client expectations. To this end, we accommodate custom pusher furnace purchases. The lead time for a custom order typically takes 12 to 16 weeks. Using our expertise, we carefully design, craft, calibrate, and test our products.
As a third-generation family-owned company, we at S.M. Engineering are committed to providing excellent customer service and top-of-the-line furnaces that are reliable, durable, and easy to maintain. Our products are made with parts from the USA and are of the highest quality and ease of use.
Contact S.M. Engineering for Your Furnace Needs!
From convenient and economical 9′ tabletop models to highly customized 90′ units, S.M. Engineering is the world’s leading annealing furnace maker! Our equipment offerings include belt furnaces, multiple tube furnaces, batch furnaces, and retort pit furnaces, all with high-quality components and digital microprocessors.
Since its founding in 1958, S.M. Engineering has specialized in offering innovative solutions to the jewelry, electronics, automotive, and metalworking industries. We accomplish this by providing imaginative and responsive engineering assistance geared toward creating furnaces designed for various treatment processes, including annealing, hardening, stress relieving, and more. For more information on what we offer, contact us today!
|Manual Nitrogen Purge
|Automatic Nitrogen Purge
Low Nickel Stainless Steel
|Furnace Muffle Options
Reinforced D Shape
|All KW Ratings
|Solid State Electronic ON-Off Proportioning Current Proportion
Silicon Control Rectifiers
Wire & Ribbon
Silicon Carbide Glow Bars
Short Tubing / Hollow Shapes
|Up to 24 in
|12 to 18 weeks