About Abbott Furnace Company

Abbott Furnace is an industrial furnace manufacturer with more than 35 years of experience designing and producing some of the industry’s most reliable and high performing industrial continuous furnaces.  Abbott manufactures a variety of industrial furnaces for both the domestic and international market including powdered metal, annealing, brazing, thick film processing, glass to metal seal, and fuel cells.

Abbott is a leading producer of industrial sintering furnaces, annealing furnaces, tempering furnaces, brazing furnaces, heat treat furnaces, steam treat furnaces, industrial ovens, CAB furnaces and other specialty furnace products. Abbott Furnace is a privately owned company located in St. Marys, Pennsylvania.  Our furnaces are proudly manufactured in the USA.

Products

Abbott sintering furnaces provide unprecedented value to applications that require sintering furnace technology for powdered metal. Quality, efficiency and dependability are just a few of the foremost attributes that have enabled Abbott Furnace to become the premier supplier of sintering furnaces.

We design each sintering furnace around your product’s particular time, temperature and atmosphere requirements, rather than offering standard sintering furnace models and expecting you to modify your process to fit them.

Abbott Furnace Company: Sintering Furnaces

Abbott Furnace is an industry leading manufacturer of brazing furnaces. Furnace brazing is a recognized alternative to traditional metal joining techniques. Abbott Furnace Company’s continuous belt brazing furnaces ensure consistent brazing results by offering superior temperature and atmosphere control.

Abbott Furnace Company: Brazing Furnaces

Abbott annealing furnaces provide improved control over time and temperature relations to achieve desired properties in such areas as machinability, cold work (process annealing or in process annealing), dimensional stability, as well as electrical and mechanical properties. This can be applied to ferrous and nonferrous alloys alike.

Abbott Furnace can supply a furnace for practically any annealing operation including final, full, intermediate, partial and recrystallization annealing, in varying time and temperature ranges.

Abbott Furnace Company: Annealing Furnaces

Abbott heat treat temper/draw furnaces provide improved control over time and temperature relations for the processing of ferrous and nonferrous alloys. Our heat treat temper/draw furnaces are commonly used for the tempering of austenitized and quench hardened steel or iron at temperatures generally below 1300°F and hardened steel around 300°F.

Abbott heat treat temper/draw furnaces provide a reliable platform for achieving various mechanical properties during tempering, as well as reducing the residual stresses during the stress relieving process.

Abbott Furnace Company: Heat Treat Furnaces | Temper/Draw Furnaces

Abbott Furnace manufactures highly efficient steam treatment furnaces for continuous steam treating. Abbott Furnace Company’s continuous mesh belt steam treating furnaces provide a viable alternative to batch process methods.

Abbott Furnace Company: Steam Treatment Furnaces

Abbott Furnace Company manufactures two types of lab furnaces; a small continuous belt lab furnace and manual pusher furnace.

Abbott Furnace Company: Lab Furnaces

Drever International has been dedicated to advancing the technology of heat processing equipment since 1966. Abbott Furnace Company maintains the North American rights to manufacture new Drever industrial furnace systems including Bright Annealing Tube Furnaces, Powdered Reduction Furnaces, Sintering Furnaces, and Strand Annealing Furnaces.

Drever Industrial Furnaces: Service, Repair, Maintenance

The terms industrial furnace and industrial oven are frequently used interchangeably within a wide variety of industries. This can at times be confusing when searching for the equipment that meets your specific needs.

An oven is defined in the dictionary as “an enclosed compartment for heating, baking or drying.” Typically, ovens are used for cooking, the most common type being natural gas.