Aerospace furnaces to Nadcap / SAE Aerospace AMS 2750E
Heat treatment of aircraft components, both for initial manufacture and MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) is an area in which Carbolite has considerable experience. Carbolite's understanding of aerospace industry standards means that for customers providing heat treatment to Nadcap / SAE Aerospace AMS 2750E, we are able to specify the correct furnace to operate within a specific compliance class.
The following are examples of some of the equipment supplied into the aerospace industry.
- A bespoke top hat system for pack aluminising turbojet turbine blades at temperatures up to 1100°C under a controlled atmosphere.
- Atmosphere controlled bell furnace
- Designed for aluminising and coating of steel alloy components
- Complies with international aerospace standards
- Operating temperature : 1200°C
- Maximum process temperature : 1150°C
- Uniform operating zone within the retort : 1500mm (diameter) x 1150mm (high)
- Maximum charge weight : 2500kg
- Power rating : 250kW
- Supplied with 2 walking hearths and an overhead furnace transfer system
- Fully programmable gas system with vacuum purge facilities
- For controlled heat treatment of hot-end components for aviation, marine and industrial engines
- Furnace used for diffusing protective aluminium manganese chromium coatings onto turbine blades and vanes
- Typical heat treatment cycle ranges from 2-50 hours at 1000°C
- Furnace is rated to heat a maximum charge of 50kg to 1150°C in three hours
- Temperature uniformity at 1150°C meets Rolls Royce RPS 953 standards
- 300 components processed at any one time
- Heat treatment takes place inside an inconel retort measuring 600mm internal diameter x 1750mm high
- Argon gas creates an inert atmosphere and reduces cooling times
- Maximum power 60kW