Castings

Many applications such as gears, shafts, engine blocks and heads, brackets, racks, hand and power tools, lawn care and hardware, alloy tubes, etc. are cast on a daily basis. Many castings are made with disposable molds of sand for example which once the casting has been cooled the sand mold is broken to retrieve the component. From this point, the component is machined and heat treated using many processes including solution annealing and aging for aluminum pieces and annealing, hardening, carburizing and carbonitriding for ferrous components. Castings, depending on the shape and volume can be processed in batch furnaces such as the Allcase or in a continuous fashion with pushers, mesh belt furnaces, and roller hearth furnaces. Ferrous components are normally heat treated in a protective atmosphere such as endothermic gas and aluminum components are traditionally heat treated in an air or direct fired environment

The Value of Surface

Our extensive knowledge, solid reputation, and excellent support services create a natural fit as a superior business partner dedicated to attaining your short and long-term manufacturing success. Our product names are ubiquitous in the marketplace. The longevity of our relationships and the quality of our solutions bring customer satisfaction that will show you the Value of Surface™.


Ready to Get Started?

Please call us when you are ready to do discuss a new furnace, maintain, upgrade or replace your furnace or any part of your furnace. At Surface, we look forward to helping you with any thermal processing needs.

Call Surface with the following pieces of information ready to initiate your furnace solution.

  • furnace cyclecycle
  • furnace operationoperation
  • hours per yearhours per year
  • available spaceavailable space
  • operating temperature rangeoperating temperature range
  • heat sourceheat source

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(800) 537-8980

Need Support?

Please call us when you are ready to do discuss a new furnace, maintain, upgrade or replace your furnace or any part of your furnace. At Surface, we look forward to helping you with any thermal processing needs.

For Parts and Service have one or more of the following details regarding your furnace if possible:

  • Serial number
  • Drawing number
  • Photos of your furnace or parts for replacement
  • Spare parts list
  • Furnace rebuild history

Give Us A Call

(800) 537-8980