Ipsen Delivers TITAN H8 Vacuum Furnace to Saudi Arabian Facility

The TITAN® H8 vacuum furnace continues to expand its presence with Ipsen’s recent shipment to a facility in Saudi Arabia the first TITAN H8 shipped outside of the United States. This furnace will be used to process parts for companies in the Energy industry. Capable of meeting most global industry standards, the TITAN H8 delivers speed, reliability and versatility of process capabilities.

TITAN H8 Vacuum Furnace

This horizontal-loading furnace utilizes 2-bar gas quenching and features a 48” x 80” x 48” (1,220 mm x 2,030 mm x 1,220 mm) graphite work zone with a 6,000-pound (2,700 kg) load capacity. This TITAN H8 furnace also operates at temperatures up to 2,500 °F (1,370 °C) with ±10 °F (±6 °C) temperature uniformity and includes a dual diffusion-pump system for high pumping performance.

Equipped with optional center elements that can be removed, this furnace offers six trim zones and provides greater temperature uniformity throughout the load while heating up. The company also took advantage of several optional features, including a variable-speed cooling motor, a positive pressure natural convection system, a control cabinet air conditioner designed for humid, high-temperature environments and an upgraded VacuProf ® control system that monitors and records 18 thermocouples.

Ipsen’s TITAN® vacuum furnaces can be found at facilities around the world, thanks to their ability to operate in most languages and offer various sizes and configurations, all within a small footprint. In addition, Ipsen’s 360° support offers solutions for customers’ diverse needs through all stages of the furnace’s life cycle, no matter the location – whether it is facilitating on-site installation, providing expert training and start-up assistance or delivering responsive field support and spare parts. To learn more about the Ipsen TITAN vacuum furnace, visit www.IpsenUSA.com/TITAN.

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