Standard vacuum furnace designs are augmented by specialized, custom-designed vacuum furnaces for processing a variety of metals, ceramics, composites, and carbon/graphite materials.
Centorr's vacuum furnaces are built in a variety of production vacuum furnace designs and configurations.
Standard vacuum furnaces are available for high temperature sintering, hot pressing for powder compaction or diffusion bonding, vacuum heat treating, precision vacuum brazing, and thermal heat treatment.
These furnace designs are augmented by specialized, custom-designed vacuum furnaces for chemical vapor deposition, Graphitization, Graphite Purification, and induction melting. These techniques and processes are used worldwide for a wide range of metal and ceramic materials at various stages during conversion from raw materials to finished product.
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|Product Series||Furnace Type||Applications/Processes||Materials||Max Temp.|
|2500||Rotavac™ Rotary Powder Sintering||Front end metal and ceramic powder processes||Metal and ceramic powders||2300°C (4172°F)|
|3300||Front Loading Hot Wall||Annealing and Degassing of metals||Zirconium, SS, Ti, Inconel and Superalloys||1315°C (2400°F)|
|3400||Top or Bottom Loaders||Annealing and Degassing of metals||Zirconium, SS, Ti, Inconel and Superalloys||900°C (1652°F)|
|3500||Vacuum Cold Wall Front Loading||Annealing/Stress Relieving||Stainless Steel, Inconel 690 and 601, Zirconium Alloy, Ti, Nickel, Superalloys||900°C (1652°F)|
|3520||Vacuum Hot Press||Diffusion Bonding||Electronic ceramics, non-oxide ceramics, hard metals, cermets||1315°C (2400°F)|
|3530||Workhorse® Horizontal Vacuum Furnaces||Annealing/Stress Relieving, brazing, diffusion bonding, electronic ceramics, heat treatment, quenching, sintering||Stainless Steels, Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Alloys, Tool Steels, High Speed Steels, Ti, Nickel, Superalloys, Non-Oxide Ceramics||
|3540||Workhorse AM™ Vacuum/Controlled Atmosphere furnace||Annealing, Heat Treating, and Sintering of Additive Manufactured and 3D Printed parts||Stainless Steels, Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Alloys, Ti, Nickel, Superalloys.||1650°C (3000°F)|
|3560||Co-Fire Vacuum/Hydrogen Batch Furnace||Debinding, Sintering, Metallizing||Alumnia, aluminum nitride, beryllia||2200°C (3992°F)|
|3570||MIM Vac Vacuum/Controlled Atmosphere Debind and Sintering Furnace||Metal injection molding, debinding, sintering||17-4 pH alloy, 316-L, tool steels, high speed steels, Ti, nickel, superalloys||1650°C (3000°F)|
|3600||Vacuum Hot Press||Development of ceramic composite materials, diffusion bonding, metal matrix bonding, sintering.||Aerospace materials, electronic ceramics, hard metals/cermets, non-oxide ceramics||1400°C (2252°F) metal hot zone 2300°C (4172°F) graphite hot zone|
|3700||Injectavac®||Process injection molded parts from wax/polymer binder removal through sintering in one continuous cycle.||stainless steels, Ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, tool steels. Fe-Ni.||1650°C (3000°F)|
|3710||Sintervac™ & Sintervac Jr.™||Sintering, delube/dewax, debinding, graphite processing, heat treatment||Non-oxide ceramics, aerospace materials, hard metal/cermets, electronic ceramics, general metals||1600°C (2912°F) max, 2200°C (3992°F) max or 2450°C (4442°F) max|
|3720||Sintervac AM™||Debind and Sintering of Additive Manufactured and 3D Printed parts||Stainless Steels, Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Alloys, Ti, Nickel, Superalloys.||1600°C (2912°F)|
|3800||CVD Furnaces||Chemical vapor infiltration, chemical vapor deposition, graphite purification, graphitization, purification and heat treat||Chemical vapor, graphite, non-oxide ceramics, aerospace materials||1100°C (2012°F), 1600°C (2912°F), 2200°C (3992°F)|
|4300||Vacuum Induction Melt and Cast (50 & 100 lb) and Induction Heat Treat||Melting and casting, High Temperature Heat Treat||Ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys,Carbons, Graphites and Composites||1650°C (3000°F) 2900°C (5252°F)|
|TQ-II||Quench Vacuum Furnace||Tool room applications, heat treat, quenching||Cold work die steels (S7, A2, D2)||1315°C (2400°F)|