VACUUM FURNACE IN HEAT TREATMENT SYSTEMS
Vacuum heat treatment technologies and equipment
Modern, precise, energy efficient and ecological vacuum heat treatment equipment with guaranteed technology. SECO/WARWICK’s experience in developing these solutions dates back to the 70s of the twentieth century, when vacuum-based heat treatment technologies emerged in the aerospace, automotive, defense, metallurgical, medical, nuclear, and utility industries. Over the last 25 years, the company’s dynamic development has delivered more than 800 complete installations in more than 50 countries, and many of the technologies delivered have become a challenge to traditional technologies.
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/ Unique features:
dynamic and efficient heating system, precise temperature control, excellent temperature distribution in the working space, efficient and uniform cooling, compact and modular design.
aerospace, energy, defense, medical, machine, automotive, tool, hardening plants.
single-, double- and multi-chamber batch and bulk furnaces, in horizontal and vertical configuration, low-, medium- and high vacuum, radiant and convection heating, low- and high pressure (HPGQ) gas cooling in pressure up to 25 Bar or hardening in oil, full automation, computer control system. Compliance with world safety and quality assurance standards.
Systems with shorter cycle times, increased throughput and precise process monitoring
Wide range of applications, short cycle times, low cost of operation, environmentally friendly
CVD reactors for large format graphene production
High Speed Vacuum Carburizing – Increases productivity by reducing cycle time
New method of controlled gas nitriding and nitrocarburizing
Value-added modular design with guaranteed quality and repeatable process results
A Modern Alternative to Press Quenching and Distortion Control
Precision Case Hardening for High-Volume Manufacturers
Chamber vacuum furnace for low pressure carburizing (LPC) ad oli or gas quenching in high volume production
Advanced technology uses high temperature and low pressure carburizing to replace conventional sealed quench furnaces by achieving shorter cycle times and higher production rates
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