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26 RESULTS WITHIN AUSTRALIA
BEST MATCH FOR
HEAT TREATMENT EQUIPMENT & SERVICES


Just like the effectiveness of cooling in pharmaceutical, research, and food and beverage industries, heat treatment has many practical uses. Heat treatment equipment applies heat to an object with the intent of killing bacteria, adding energy to a molecular process or making metals more malleable or stronger.

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  1. The clean room oven provides a Class 100/ISO 5 condition inside the chamber throughout the process cycle at stable temperature (by use of proprietary HEPA filter and oven designs), maximising integrity of results and minimising risk.

  2. Furnace Engineering together with EFD Induction provide specialised induction heating & melting solutions in the following areas: Industry Applications Automotive, Aviation & Shipbuilding Cable, Wire, Tube & Pipe Electrotechnical...

  3. Furnace Engineering offers a wide range of Depyrogenation Ovens to meet the strict requirements of the Healthcare industry.

  4. Furnace Engineering offers a range of Batch Ovens for delivering fast heating rates and excellent temperature uniformity.

  5. Furnace Engineering offers a range of Granulation Driers for the Healthcare industry.

  6. Furnace Engineering designed and built its first Nickel Sintering & Desulphurising Furnace in 1969.

  7. Furnace Engineering offers a wide range of Lens Curing Ovens designed in space saving stackable, reach in or continuous design.

  8. Furnace Engineering has been designing and contructing large numbers of Aluminium Reverberatory Melting/Holding Furnaces in Australia, NZ and SE Asia in the last three decades.

  9. Furnace Engineering offers a wide range of Temperature and Humidity Chambers for Stability work. Partnering with market leader, ESPEC CORP, Furnace Engineering provides quality stability chambers of varying specification.

  10. Furnace Engineering's Dross Rotary Furnaces are the "Rotating Closed Well" type, combining the advantages of rotaries, reverbs and dry-hearth furnaces in a single unit.