Airflow patterns - Vertical or Horizontal

Heavy Duty heat treatment ovens, suitable for annealing, stress relieving or tempering of aluminium, ferrous metals, brass, copper and glass.

Typical applications for heat treatment ovens:

  • Heat treating aircraft parts to Boeing and Rolls-Royce specifications
  • Heat treating springs and plated parts Curing sermetal coated components
  • De-brittlements of plated parts

Gas-tight version available to hold a nitrogen atmosphere

 

 

PWS
29-04-2009

Professional Welding Services Ltd

Professional Welding Services Ltd in Dorset have ordered a heat treatment oven to conform to the NADCAP aerospace specification for pyrometry, known as AMS 2750D.

The batch oven has internal working dimensions of 1525mm cubed and will be used for precipitation of materials between 140ºC and 190ºC at ±3ºC and solutionising of materials between 350ºC and 550ºC ±3ºC.

P. W. S. work with a wide range of aerospace companies involved in defence and commercial industries and required a superior oven to their existing model to meet these tighter specifications.

 

aero
29-04-2009

Aero Fabrications Ltd

Aero Fabrications in Nottingham have ordered a heat treatment oven to conform to the NADCAP aerospace specification for pyrometry, known as AMS 2750D.

The batch oven has internal dimensions of 1000mm cubed and will be used for Solutionising of materials at 175ºC, 375ºC and 505ºC �3ºC.

The oven also has a vertical lifting door to facilitate fast withdrawal of the charge into a quench tank, following the heating cycle.

Aero Fabrications approached Hedinair with their oven requirement following an excellent recommendation by an independent company who temperature survey and calibrate industrial ovens needing to meet AMS 2750D.

 

gardner
29-04-2009

Gardner Aerospace

Gardner Aerospace in Basildon have ordered a heat treatment oven to conform to the NADCAP aerospace specification for pyrometry, known as AMS 2750D.

The batch oven has internal dimensions of 1150mm cubed and will be used for Solutionising of materials at 505ºC and precipitation treating at 180ºC. Both oven temperatures have to be within a temperature uniformity of ±6ºC.

Gardner Aerospace have returned to Hedinair for their second oven within two years, following the first oven successfully working at their site in Poland.