Belt Furnace

Item 7173

Rogers Engineering
Belt Furnace
Cast Link Belt Quench and Temper
Natural Gas - 13,010 CFH Total
Model Number:
Cast Link Belt
Serial Number:
CC-3977-0 (1997)
Max. Temperature:
1750°F High Heat Furnace, 1700°F Temper/Anneal Furnace
480/3/60/200 kW
Work Area:
4000 Pounds/Hour
External Dimensions:
All mounted in a free standing panel includes Allen Bradley PLC w/HMI Touchscreen, Honeywell UDC Digital Temperature Controls, SSi Carbon Controls.
Hardening Furnace:

48"W Cast Link Belt, 4" pitch, 3" sides. Furnace has a 30'L heating section. Four (4) zones of control with three (3) roof mounted in the last three (3) zones. Maximum operating temperature of the hardening furnace is 1750°F. Furnace is radiant tube heated with recuperators. Furnace is currently set up for Endothermic w/Enriching Natural Gas & Air. Total BTU's for hardening furnace is 3,180,000 BTU/HR.

Tempering/Anneal Furnace:

60"W mesh belt with support rollers. Furnace has a 35'L heating section. Four (4) zones of control with four (4) roof mounted fans. Maximum operating temperature is 1700°F. Total BTU's for the tempering/annealing furnace 3,790,000 BTU/HR. Please note that this furnace has two (2) different modes of operation.

The sequence of this furnace is as follows:

- Load parts into pre-wash dump loader
- Pre-Wash, 190°F, Gas Heat
- Parts vibrate onto mesh (soft load) then onto cast link belt.
- High heat cycle
- Quench cycle, 200°F, Gas Heat, 8000 Gallon
- Wash cycle, 190°F, Gas Heat
- Temper cycle
- Oil blackening cycle


- 5600 CFH Air Cooled Endothermic Gas Generator
- SBS Air to Oil Heat Exchanger which consists of three (3) 5 H.P. fans.
- Manuals & Drawings

Information above is intended for descriptive purposes and is not guaranteed. No warranties apply to this quotation expressed, written or implied unless offered in writing. Your personal inspection is invited & highly recommended.

Very Good
River Rouge, MI. - AS-IS, WHERE-IS
PDF Files:
Rogers Engineering Furnace Description.pdf

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