Furnaces/Heaters/Ovens

Air-Craft Environmental Systems, Rochester NY, USA
72 Cascade Drive, Rochester. NY 14614, USA
When you need any type of environmental chamber, contact ACES first. We provide lease solutions for altitude and space simulations, humidity and temperature cycling and exposure, thermal shock testing and much more. From walk in units to bench top models, we have it all. With nearly thirty years experience, ACES is the partner you want for hardware and ongoing support services.

When you need environmental test chambers, contact ACES. We offer swift and sound advice and a vast fleet of equipment for rapid deployment. We provide solutions for temperature and humidity cycling, thermal shock testing, altitude and space simulations and more. From bench-top models to walk-in facilities, we have it all. ACES is your strategic partner for urgent, short-term or special testing applications.

We are experts in service and leasing ultra low temperature freezers, vacuum chambers and lab ovens. Every manufacturing universe finds help here. Whatever community you’re part of: Scientific, Medical, Electronics, Industrial, Automotive, University or Government, you want ACES on your team!

No need to purchase costly equipment. Save time, money and risk with environmental test chamber rentals from Air-Craft Environmental Systems.

Supporting Aerospace & Defense, Consumer Products, and Life Sciences R&D Laboratories
Now in our 40th Year of Excellence!

 

http://www.acestestlabs.com/
707 Executive Blvd., Valley Cottage, NY 10989, USA

Aremco’ Equipment Division manufactures a series of high reliability equipment for the electronics, ceramics and metallurgical industries including: (1)Screen Printers for thick-film microelectronics, liquid crystal displays, brazing, and photovoltaics; and (2) Furnaces for heat treating, assaying and powder metallurgy.
Aremco’s advanced material division is a leader in the development and production of technical ceramics, adhesives, coatings, sealants and potting compounds for applications to 3200 ºF. These materials are used throughout industry in the design of sensors, electrical components and analytical instruments. Industries served include automotive, aerospace, chemical processing, metallurgical, power generation and semiconductor.

Aremco’s Crystalbond™ and Wafer-Mount™ adhesives are ideal materials for temporarily mounting products that require dicing, polishing, and other machining processes. These adhesives exhibit high bond strength and adhere readily to metals, glass and ceramics. When processing is complete, reheating and cleaning with one of Aremco’s environmentally friendly cleaning agents removes these adhesives.

http://www.aremco.com/
Fax: +1 (845) 268 0041
Centorr Vacuum Industries, Nashua NH, USA
55 Northeastern Blvd,, Nashua, NH 03062, USA

Centorr/Vacuum Industries is a vacuum furnace manufacturer based in Nashua, NH. They have achieved their position of technical leadership in the advanced design high-temperature vacuum furnaces and control atmosphere furnaces by delivering innovative solutions to challenging high temperature materials processing problems.

Standard vacuum furnaces are available for high temperature sintering, hot pressing for powder compaction or diffusion bonding, vacuum heat treating, precision vacuum brazing, and thermal heat treatment. These designs are augmented by specialized, custom-designed vacuum furnaces for chemical vapor deposition, Graphitization, Graphite Purification, and induction melting. These techniques and processes are used worldwide for a wide range of metal and ceramic materials at various stages during conversion from raw materials to finished product.

High Temperature Vacuum and Controlled Atmosphere Furnaces for Research:

Systems Available:
Complete systems ready to ship
Standard furnace designs
Customized furnace designs
Advanced prototype systems

Furnace System Capabilities:
Advanced prototype systems
Complete systems ready to ship
Standard furnace designs
Customized furnace designs
Advanced prototype systems

http://www.vacuum-furnaces.com/
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103 Dewey Street, Bloomfield, N.J. 07003, USA

Lab furnaces by CM Furnaces feature temperatures up to 1800°C and sealed designs that support atmosphere control necessary for advanced processes including heat treating, sintering, annealing, glass or ceramic firing, calcining, and most reductive and reactive processes.Many standard box chamber sizes from 48 to 4096 cubic inches with larger sizes customizable.

CM Rapid Temp Series laboratory furnaces and kilns in various configurations.
Configurations of CM Laboratory Furnaces include:
Front Loading Box Furnace (FL)
Bottom Loading Box Furnace (BL)
Thermal Cycling Box Furnace
Gas-Sealed Box Furnace (FL)
Horizontal Tube Furnace (HTF)
Vertical Tube Furnace (VTF)
Additionally CM furnaces maintains a strong custom engineering team capable of modifying your lab furnace to highly individual specs, or adding common options like chimney’s, view ports, gas injectors, or advanced thermal control capabilities.

Products:
Lab Furnaces
Continuous Furnaces
Industrial Batch Furnaces
Muffle Furnaces
Strand Annealers
Debinding Ovens
Resources / Industry Links
Coils & Filaments
Parts & Service

https://cmfurnaces.com/
Suite 134, 905 Harrison Street, Allentown, PA 18103, USA

ColdEdge Technologies provides custom <4K to 1000K closed cycle cryostats with interfaces. We provide GM & Pulse Tube technologies from SHI Cryogenics of America, Displex®, CTI Cryodyne, CryoMech and other popular closed cycle coolers.
We also supply open cycle flow cryostats that use liquid helium or LN2 as the cooling source. Without the pressure of having to sell our own cryocooler brand, Coldedge can work with the researcher to arrive at the best cryocooler solution for the researchers particular requirements and interface needs.
We supply complete systems with application specific and/or custom vacuum enclosures, radiation shields, sample holders, windows, temperature sensors, heaters, extra experimental wire leads and feed-throughs (UHV, SMA, coax & other), temperature controllers, vacuum pump systems, sample manipulation attachments, low vibration CCR interfaces and many other additional options.
Interfaces with sample in vapor, sample in vacuum, UHV and custom interfaces are available.
Materials Research Applications
Spectroscopy
X-Ray Diffraction
Electrical Experiments (Hall)

Further Applications include
UHV Cryocoolers
Diamond Anvil Cell
Superconductor Studies

http://www.coldedgetech.com/
100 Indel Avenue, Rancocas, NJ 08073-0156, USA

Consarc is an Inductotherm Group Company with over 40 years of technical experience specializing in design, and manufacture of a wide range of advanced vacuum and controlled atmosphere furnaces for the processing of metals, specialty alloys, and engineered materials. These furnaces include:
Vacuum Arc Remelting (VAR)
Electroslag Remelting (ESR)
Vacuum Induction Melting (VIM)
Vacuum Precision Investment Casting (VPIC)
Induction Skull Melting (ISM)
Induction Vacuum Ladle (IVL)
Vacuum Brazing
Vacuum De-Oiling
Vacuum Heating
Vacuum Furnaces for melting and solidifying solar grade silicon
Custom Designed Vacuum and Controlled Atmosphere Furnaces to suit unique processes and applications

http://www.consarc.com/
46 Chestnut St., Norwalk, CT 06854, USA

COOKE VACUUM designs and manufactures a wide range of standard and custom high and ultrahigh vacuum systems intended for research and production. With five decades of experience, and thousands of units in the field, COOKE VACUUM has come to symbolize economy and versatility,
Cooke Vacuum Products was established in the late 1950’s during an exciting period of experimentation in vacuum technology, especially thin film coating and materials research. From the beginning, Cooke had to pioneer new applications and new tools for the emerging semiconductor and optical industries, and for the related research laboratories.
Over the next decades, Cooke continued to support R&D by developing pumping systems, resistance evaporation, electron-beam, sputtering, and plasma sources, often in close collaboration with customers. Vacuum environmental chambers were developed for the space industry, encapsulation and bake systems for early flat panel displays. New, and highly specialized equipment was made for the quartz crystal industry, as well as for production of printing foil, then holographic foil. We were there to make the first OLED systems, and the first glove-box processors.
Because of the emphasis on custom solutions, the company has remained relatively small, and is well-known for its ability to “engineer on demand” more than for volume production.

Processes/Products
Thin Film Deposition: Thermal Resistance; Electron Beam; Sputter; PLD; OLED and Glove Box Systems.
Etch/Ash/Surface Treatment: Plasma Etch; Reactive Ion Etch; Surface Activation and Modification.
Test and Specials: Environmental Test; Space Simulators; Vacuum Ovens: Laser Die Attach.

http://www.cookevacuum.com/
Cryofab, Kenilworth NJ, USA
540 North Michigan Avenue, Kenilworth, NJ 07033, USA

Cryofab, Inc. is a cryogenics company and a key vendor in the global cryogenic equipment marketplace. We manufacture and service cryogenic storage and accessories, offering custom as well as standard fabrications to customers worldwide. We offer a wide range of cryogenic containers: tanks, dewars, vessels, as well as hoses, and valves of all sizes allowing for the safe storage and transportation of all cryogenic gases. Our cryogenic dewars are capable of storing and transporting liquid helium, liquid argon, liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen, liquid hydrogen, and liquid natural gas (LNG).

Cryofab offers ASME, DOT, TPED, PED and ADR products. Our in-house cryogenic engineering experts can assist with product development of OEM or private label fabrication of cryogenic tanks, whether it be prototype or productions runs, for industrial, laboratory, medical, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, superconductivity, semiconductor, or even homecare applications.

Cryocomp, Inc, a division of Cryofab, specializes in vacuum valves, vacuum relief valves, pipe- and tube-sized bayonet assemblies, vapor vents and heaters, and helium control valves. Our Cryogenics equipment technicians are also available to repair your cryogenic storage tanks, hoses, & valves.

www.cryofab.com
30 Mill Valley Lane, Stamford, CT 06903, USA

David Weisman, L.L.C. was founded to bring heat processing expertise and quality, cost-effective process heat equipment to an expanded industrial customer base.
The product line also includes various heaters and ovens, including bench-top lab ovens.

http://www.daveweisman.com/
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4455 Genesee Street, Suite 123, Buffalo, NY 14225, USA

Harper International is a global leader in complete thermal processing solutions and technical services essential for the production of advanced materials. From concept to commercialization, from research scale to full production line operations, Harper is perpetually on the cutting edge. For decades, we have pioneered some of the world’s most innovative, customized furnace, kiln and oven systems, with a focus on processing materials at high temperatures and in non-ambient atmospheres.
Harper’s value proposition is unequaled — decades of industry experience, a highly specialized, multi-talented group of employees, and a passion for partnership. We don’t shoehorn a standard line of products to fit our customers’ requirements. We specialize in first-of-a-kind solutions using our exceptional depth and breadth of knowledge. Harper’s culture is one of genuine ingenuity and creativity, which ensures we are constantly challenging ourselves to craft the best-engineered technology solution for our customers’ unique thermal processing needs.

Harper offers continuous high temperature thermal process technology for customers in advanced materials markets, with thousands of installations worldwide from lab scale to complete production lines. Harper’s range of experience across different techniques, process methodologies and applications allows us to deliver unique solutions for every customer.
Our experience in developing distinctive furnace, oven and kiln systems for every application including calcination, graphitization, carburization, controlled oxidation, oxide reduction, purification, pyrolysis, drying, reduction, solid-solid reaction, gas-solid reaction, metalizing, debinding, and waste remediation.
One thing you won’t see at Harper is a cookie cutter line of products that we work to fit into your requirements. We specialize in first-of-a-kind solutions using our exceptional depth and breadth of knowledge. Harper’s culture is one of real ingenuity and creativity – we are constantly challenging ourselves to craft the best-engineered technology solutions for our customers’ needs.
Harper’s technology, services and expertise from lab scale to large production differentiates us from other thermal processing providers. Our multiple Research & Piloting Facility options, deep process and material science knowledge, and custom engineering is the most comprehensive offering in the world.

www.harperintl.com