Gasbarre Installs Vacuum Oil Quench Furnace
To go with this interesting press release from US furnace builder Gasbarre we have this photo of part of the team which “The Monty Heat Treat News” took at the ASM heat treat exhibition in Mexico in March of 2020.
“Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems is pleased to announce the recent commissioning of a Vacuum Oil Quench Furnace, which included 2 BAR gas quench capabilities to an international manufacturer. The batch system, with isolated graphite heating chamber, is capable of processing 12” wide by 12” high by 36” long loads weighing up to 500 pounds, and is rated to 3000°F. The modular furnace design gives the customer the capability of utilizing the 2 BAR gas quench in the heating chamber, or transferring through internal doors to the oil quench module. The Gasbarre designed Allen-Bradley control system ensures precise control to the customer’s strict requirements. Gasbarre was chosen as the equipment supplier based on the unique modular design that achieves both process flexibly and maintenance ease.
With locations in Plymouth, MI, Cranston, RI and St. Marys, PA Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems has been designing, manufacturing, and servicing a full line of industrial thermal processing equipment for nearly 50 years. Gasbarre’s product offering includes batch and continuous thermal processing equipment for both atmosphere and vacuum applications as well as a full line of alloy fabrications, replacement parts and auxiliary equipment which consists of atmosphere generators, quench tanks, washers and charge cars. Gasbarre’s equipment is designed for your process by experienced engineers and metallurgists that understand your requirements.”
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Left to Right; Bill Gasbarre, Mark Saline, Ban Gasbarre, Humberto Bastides