Gasbarre receives multiple batch steam treater orders

March 22, 2020

Gasbarre has received three separate orders for batch steam treaters (Courtesy Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems)

Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems, based in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, USA, part of Gasbarre Products Inc., has received three separate orders for batch steam treating equipment. Steam treating processes are used in many different industries and these orders will be shipped to companies that provide products to the medical, Additive Manufacturing, automotive and consumer products sectors.

The batch steam treaters produce an oxide layer that promotes corrosion and wear resistance properties and provides an attractive surface finish. The performance and quality of the surface and subsurface layers depends to a great extent on surface cleanliness and the overall (atmosphere) integrity of the equipment.

The three orders range in size from 45 cm to 76 cm diameter and 30 cm to 121 cm deep. The gross load weight capacity ranges from 136 kg to 816 kg with Gasbarre supplying the production tooling. The equipment is electrically heated and has a maximum operating temperature rating of 760℃.

www.gasbarre.com/thermal-processing-systems

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