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5/9/2019

L&L Special Furnace introduces new catalog

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Included in the catalog are the company’s high-temperature furnaces, ovens, kilns, quench tanks and heat treating systems.

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L&L Special Furnace Co. Inc. (Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.) has announced a newly designed catalog describing its full line of furnaces, ovens and quench tanks.

Included in the catalog are the company’s high-temperature furnaces, ovens, kilns, quench tanks and heat treating systems. The company specializes in batch production furnaces and ovens for applications requiring high uniformity and controlled atmosphere, for industries including aerospace, automotive, ceramics and heat treating. 

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