Wellman Furnaces, Inc. brings innovation together with the ability to engineer, design and build the answer to your heat processing problem. We offer our customers years of experience in the custom engineering of fuel fired and electrically heated furnaces and heat processing systems. Also, we are able to offer engineering services for the evaluation of equipment alternatives, process engineering and thermal analysis.
Wisconsin Oven Corporation has been designing, engineering, and manufacturing industrial ovens and other heating equipment for over 30 years. Our superior quality and commitment to customer service have made us America's largest manufacturer of the broadest range of industrial ovens. Serving a... Read More
L&L Special Furnace Co, Inc.designs and builds high temperature furnaces, ovens, kilns, quench tanks and heat treating systems. We specialize in batch production furnaces and ovens particularly applications requiring high uniformity and controlled atmosphere. L&L sells and services equipment...
Worldwide supplier of heat treating equipment, known for quality and reliability. With one of the largest product lines in the industry, we offer equipment for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals. With over 225 years of combined corporate experience, we offer equipment for a wide variety of...
Wellman Furnaces offers it customers years of experience in the custom engineering of fuel fired and electrically heated furnaces systems. Wellman utilizes "Concept to Completion" expertise to meet your heat processing requirements. Our team begins by carefully analyzing our application. From... Read more
Wellman Furnaces, Inc. offers a complete line of Exothermic Gas Generators for rich and lean operation. Standard sizes range from 750 SCFH to 30,000 SCFH. Refrigerated Gas Coolers can be provided to reduce the product gas dewpoint to the 40°F to 50°F range. Atmosphere Gas Analysis Panels are... Read more
Radiant Coil Furnaces are ideal for the process heating of liquids and gases to high temperatures over a wide range of operating pressures, where the combination temperature and pressure make heating techniques practical. Read more