What is a Vacuum Furnace?

A Vacuum Furnace uses low atmospheric pressures instead of positive pressure protective gas atmospheres like most heat-treating furnaces. Vacuum furnaces remove the air in the furnace and replace it with a low pressure atmosphere of an inert gas.


  • Vacuum and High Speed Hardening of Tool
  • Steels
  • Vacuum High Pressure Quench
  • Precipitation and Age Hardening
  • Annealing and Stress Relieve
  • Brazing
  • Up to 5,000 pound load capacity.
  • Up to 10 bar rapid quenching.
  • Military & Aerospace approved.
  • Computer Controlled Processing, meeting
  • Nadcap and other industry specifications.
  • Environmentally Safe Process and Extremely
  • Clean Parts.
  • Common product types include: Tools, Dies,
  • Punches, Cutting Tools and Drills.
  • Furnace sizes up to: 48" x 48" x 72"

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