A Selection of Equipment of Use in the Production and Maintenance of Aircraft, Missiles, Space Vehicles and Components. A range of five new Scot‐Vac high vacuum resistance furnaces for heat treatment and brazing of high purity steels and aerospace alloys incorporate an adjustable gas quenching system which can reduce cooling time to about half that of conventional high vacuum furnaces. This rapid quenching system makes it possible to use the furnaces for hardening tool steels and can be employed to effect considerable reductions in cycling times for brazing operations. The new range has been developed and manufactured by Vacuum Engineering (Scotland) Ltd., Motherwell, Lanarkshire, Scotland, for hardening tool steels and tempering, bright annealing and brazing stainless steels, nickel‐based alloys and titanium. They can also be used for surface degassing these materials and for sintering metal powders such as nickel, tantulum, tungsten and uranium.
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