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Lucifer Furnaces Ships Box Furnace to SunCoast Automation 2000

Lucifer Furnaces, Inc. recently manufactured a box furnace for a company that designs and builds automated systems for various industries.
Warrington, PA, United States of America ( 13/05/2011
Lucifer Furnaces, Inc. recently built an HL7-A12 box furnace for SunCoast Automation 2000, Inc., which designs and builds automated systems for various industries. One of the Series 7000 line of box furnaces, the HL7 model has heating elements located on both side walls and reaches 2300°F. The heavy gauge, low watt density coiled elements are housed in easy-to-replace holders. The 6”H x 6”W x 12”L chamber is insulated with 2.5” low iron insulating brick as well as 2.5” of mineral wool block for energy efficient operation and low outside shell temperature. A 1” thick hearth plates provides a solid, strong work surface for parts. The double pivot horizontal swing door keeps the hot surface away from the operator at all times and is designed with a safety microswitch to shut power to heating elements when the door is opened. The heavy duty hinge and cam latch insure a positive door seal. An automated Honeywell digital time proportioning temperature controller for precision heat treating is mounted on the side wall of the unit. Series 7000 furnaces are ideal for hardening, preheating, annealing, brazing and normalizing.

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.

Visit for more information on the Series 7000 box furnaces as well as their complete line of heat treating furnaces and ovens.

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