Abbott Furnace Company manufactures industrial pusher furnaces for a variety of applications.  A pusher furnace is a continuous furnace concept that allows the processing of small and large product in trays and baskets. The hearth consists of a series of steel, alloy, or ceramic skid type supports. For support of heavy loads, alloy rollers can be incorporated into the hearth or onto the trays to reduce the pushing forces required. Furnaces can be provided in electric, direct-fired, and indirect gas-fired configurations to meet specific processing requirements.

Pusher furnaces are used in metallurgy and machine building to heat metal workpieces for hot pressure shaping or heat treatment. Furnaces of this type can heat workpieces within a wide temperature range (400°–1400°C).

Pusher furnaces are classified according to their design features. 

HIGH-TEMPERATURE HYBRID PUSHER FURNACE

Abbott Furnace Company’s High-Temperature Pusher Furnace utilizes an integrated system of proprietary materials, atmosphere, and temperature controls to operate continuously in the range of 2350°F-2900°F, 1288°C-1600°C.  Abbott’s High-Temperature Pusher furnaces are custom built. Heated length and zones can be designed to provide the required time, temperature, and atmosphere profiles for your products.  Additionally, we offer optional controls to provide the best fit with your current systems.

Single Zone High-Temperature Manual Pusher Furnace

Abbott Furnace Company’s High-Temperature Manual Pusher Furnace utilizes an integrated system of proprietary materials, atmosphere, and temperature controls to operate continuously in the range up to 2900°F.  Abbott’s furnaces are custom built. Heated length and zones can be designed to provide the required time, temperature, and atmosphere profiles for your products.  Additionally, we offer optional controls to provide the best fit for your needs.