Updated: Apr 15
Industrial heat treats furnaces provide a key role in the production and distribution of energy. The oil & gas industry uses industrial carburizing furnaces for drill heads and cutters used for down-hole drilling equipment. Wind turbines utilize gears that have been treated in an industrial heat treat furnace
An industrial furnace, also known as a direct heater or a direct fired heater, is a device used to provide heat for an industrial process, typically higher than 400 degrees celsius. They are used to provide heat for a process or can serve as reactor which provides heats of reaction.
Furnace designs vary as to its function, heating duty, type of fuel and method of introducing combustion air. Heat is generated by an industrial furnace by mixing fuel with air or oxygen, or from electrical energy. The residual heat will exit the furnace as flue gas. These are designed as per international codes and standards the most common of which are ISO 13705 (Petroleum and natural gas industries
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