Lucifer Furnaces' Dual Chamber Space Saving Unit at Vincennes University
Lucifer Furnaces' dual chamber, space saving unit is now in use at Vincennes University's Precision Manufacturing Technology program.
- Philadelphia, PA-NJ (1888PressRelease) September 28, 2010 - Lucifer Furnaces recently outfitted Vincennes University, Indiana, with a Dual Chamber Space Saving Furnace for use in their Precision Manufacturing Technology Program. The Space Saving model is a combined hardening furnace above a drawing oven in one compact unit, making it a good choice for heat treaters with limited space. This model provides both upper and lower heating chamber dimensions of 12" x 12" x 24". Insulating fire brick and mineral wool block insure energy efficiency and a low outside shell temperature.
Easy-to-replace heating elements are designed with heavy gauge coiled wire of low watt density. The upper chamber vertical lift counterweighted door operated by a hand crank makes it easier for students to remove parts without having to work around the door. The lower draw chamber has a stainless steel alloy liner to form the work chamber and protect the heating elements. A heavy duty belt driven recirculating stainless steel fan directs air circulation in a horizontal pattern for uniform heating. Vincennes University will be using the Lucifer Furnaces model to instruct students in the Tool and Die field.
Lucifer Furnaces, Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of industrial ovens and industrial furnaces - heat treating equipment for over 65 years. Originating from a small loft on Broad Street in downtown Philadelphia in 1945, with the production of basic box furnaces, the company has grown in size, developing an array of new product lines and expanding to their present location in Warrington, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
All Lucifer Furnaces are constructed using the highest quality materials to deliver superior performance and dependability. Built with economy in mind, the products feature compact design, easy installation, energy efficient operation and easy-to-replace low watt density heating elements for longer life.
More information about this and other Lucifer furnace and ovens can be found at www.luciferfurnaces.com.