A capacity for uniformly distributing heat is a headlining feature for industrial-grade furnaces. A series of highly consistent geometrical profiles are set to enter this thermally active chamber. They roll into the furnace for carefully timed heating and cooling procedures, exiting after passing through a quenching stage. Critical furnace parameters must be observed, but they’re difficult to maintain when pollutants are abroad.
A number of contrasting heat treatment processes exist. They use atmospheric ovens and special electric blowers to uniformly heat a metal part and optimize targeted mechanical characteristics.