Solar Manufacturing ships two all-metal hot zone furnaces

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Solar Manufacturing recently built and shipped two furnaces to Tennessee for service to the medical and additive manufacturing industries. (Courtesy: Solar Manufacturing)

Solar Manufacturing recently built and shipped two furnaces to Tennessee for service to the medical and additive manufacturing industries. The models HFL-3848-EQ and HFL-3836-EQ both feature metallic-insulated hot zones, a load weight capacity up to 2,000 pounds, and a maximum operating temperature of 2,400°F. Measuring 24” wide x 24” high x 48” deep, and 24” wide x 24” high x 36” deep respectively, each furnace was designed with the SolarVac Polaris® Control System.

“Solar Manufacturing was awarded the order because we offered the best solution for their vacuum furnace needs,” said Dan Insogna, Solar’s Southeast regional sales manager. “Our knowledge and experience of the additive manufacturing market set us apart from the competition. Additionally, the customer found the premium features and benefits offered with our vacuum furnace equipment impressive. We’re pleased to have helped them select furnaces that best suit the unique requirements of the industries they serve.”

Solar Manufacturing designs and manufactures a wide variety of vacuum furnaces, with process capabilities including heat treating, sintering, stress relieving, vacuum temper, annealing, solution annealing, and ageing. It also offers replacement hot zones, spare parts, and professional service. 

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