What is Carburizing?

Carburizing introduces carbon into a solid ferrous alloy by holding above the critical temperature (Ac1) in contact with a suitable carbonaceous atmosphere which may be solid, liquid, or gas. The carburized alloy is usually rapidly cooled (quench hardened.)*

Gasbarre specializes in the design and manufacture of custom-engineered carburizing furnaces specific to the thermal processing industry.

Gasbarre furnaces are:

Gasbarre’s complete line of Carburizing Furnaces is listed below.

Modular Vacuum

The continuous vacuum “CV” furnace essentially transforms a batch vacuum furnace into a straight through furnace.

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High Efficiency Box 

This Gasbarre IFS furnace is available in numerous sizes and configurations and can be used for numerous processes in air or atmosphere configurations.

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Modular Heat Treat Systems

The C.I. Hayes CVCQ-LAM Vacuum Sintering Furnace uniquely combines atmosphere delubrication and vacuum sintering. 

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Pit

Gasbarre Pit Furnaces are available in numerous sizes and configurations, with features and options customized to your unique needs.

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Tip Up

Gasbarre IFS Tip Up Furnaces are ideal for processing large, heavy workloads.

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Tool Room/Small Batch Vacuum 

The C.I. Hayes “VCQ-ME” Small Batch Vacuum Furnace is ideal for light production, tool room, and research and development applications.

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Vacuum Batch

Designed for many thermal processes,the electrically heated batch vacuum furnace is available in a multitude of configurations.

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Vacuum Carburizing

The CI Hayes VBQ Vacuum Furnace is part of the modular furnace family designed for heat treating and/or carburizing applications.

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Oil Quench – Dual Chamber

This C.I. Hayes vacuum furnace with isolated oil quench is quite versatile, designed for a wide range of heat treat applications.

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*Source: Daniel H. Herring, “The Heat Treat Doctor.” The HERRING GROUP, Inc.