Industrial Heat Treating Equipment
SECO/WARWICK provides heat treatment furnaces for the gear manufacturing industry. In addition, we supply furnaces to customers involved with steel and aluminum production, aluminum recycling, forging, automotive, aerospace, commercial heat treating, HVAC/R, electronics, wind energy, medical equipment and nuclear industries. We supply customers worldwide with both atmosphere and vacuum furnaces for gear hardening applications. We are a full-service supplier, beginning with initial support services, equipment manufacturing, system installation, furnace start-up and operator training, as well as aftermarket parts and service.
Technology and Engineering
SECO/WARWICK heat treating equipment is custom engineered to provide customers with optimum performance and system reliability, designed to suit each unique manufacturing environment. Supported by our global engineering network, SECO/WARWICK provides the most advanced metal heat treating technologies, fully developed and field tested, at a competitive price.
Vacuum & Atmosphere Furnace Technologies
Our sister company, SECO/VACUUM Technologies, LLC, offers vacuum heat treating furnaces for a wide variety of processes. We build some of the largest and most technically advanced vacuum furnaces in operation today, developing advanced technologies like Universal HPQ (High Pressure Quench), PreNit™, FineCarb™ and Low Pressure - LPC - vacuum carburizing. Our advanced atmosphere furnaces are also some of the best in the industry. Our ZeroFlow nitriding furnaces can save nitriding processors significant money and time.
Ancillary Equipment & Atmospheres
Thermal Process heat treating equipment is used both with and without protective atmospheres in a wide range of configurations for most heat treatments. Atmosphere furnaces have a long track record for practical, economical heat treating. We offer material handling equipment, quench systems, protective atmosphere systems and cooling equipment to create a complete manufacturing cell including batch and continuous systems.