Abbott Furnace Company

1068 Trout Run Road
St.Marys, PA 15857-3146

About Abbott Furnace Company

Abbott Furnace Company specializes in continuous furnace technology for sintering, steam treating, heat treating, annealing, tempering and brazing. Technical innovations include Ceramic Muffles and Belts, Advanced VariCool System, Quality Delube Process and Computerized Controls. Abbott also offers custom fabrication of replacement parts, a full line of spare parts and repair and calibration service. Abbott Furnace Company also maintains the Drever Intellectual Property, as well as the equipment and technical expertise required to maintain, service, and upgrade existing Drever Company equipment.

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Products by Abbott Furnace Company

By Abbott Furnace Company

Abbott Furnace Company manufactures continuous belt sintering furnaces used in the powder metal industry. Sintering is a heat treatment applied to a powder compact in order to impart strength and integrity. The temperature used for sintering is below the melting point of the major constituent... Read more »

By Abbott Furnace Company

Abbott Furnace Company custom designs and manufactures continuous belt brazing furnaces in both straight or humpback designs. Brazing furnaces are used in manufacturing process where there is a need to join simple or complex designs of one joint or multi-joint assemblies. Furnace brazing is a... Read more »

By Abbott Furnace Company

Abbott Furnace Company’s annealing furnaces provide improved control over time and temperature relations to achieve desired properties in such areas as machinability, cold work (process annealing or in process annealing), dimensional stability, as well as electrical and mechanical properties.... Read more »

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Content by Abbott Furnace Company

Gassing Up To Get The Right Atmosphere

Gassing Up To Get The Right Atmosphere

Gassing Up To Get The Right Atmosphere

By Abbott Furnace Company

This paper focuses on the important parameters of the furnace and its atmosphere that affect the integrity of the sintering process, and gives guidance on how to approach and solve the problems they may cause.
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Steam Treating; Enhancing the Surface Properties of Metal Components

Steam Treating; Enhancing the Surface Properties of Metal Components

Steam Treating; Enhancing the Surface Properties of Metal Components

By Abbott Furnace Company

Steam treating is the controlled oxidation of metals to produce a thin layer of oxide on the surface of a component. This process can be used to provide a component with increased corrosion resistance, better wear resistance, increased surface hardness, an attractive surface finish and, in...
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Furnace Optimization;

Furnace Optimization;

Furnace Optimization;

By Abbott Furnace Company

Reducing operating costs is a major focus of part producers as the costs of energy, manpower and materials increase. The continuous brazing furnace is one area where there are opportunities to reduce cost. Typically, production requirements and the chemistry of the brazing process dictate...
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