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Melting Furnaces
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Guinea Hermanos
Year: 1995
Guinea Hermanos WMHOR-T-4000/2000 aluminium... Guinea Hermanos WMHOR-T-4000/2000 aluminium melting furnace O1632, used
Year: 1995, capacity: 4000 kg, melting capacity: 2000 kg/h, natural gas heated, for aluminium
Article-Number:
Article-Number: O1632
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Striko Westofen
Year: 1998
StrikoWestofen WMHR-T2000/1200 G-EG aluminium... StrikoWestofen WMHR-T2000/1200 G-EG aluminium melting furnace O1634, used
Year: 1998, capacity: 2000 kg, melting capacity: 1200 kg/h, natural gas heated, for aluminium
Article-Number:
Article-Number: O1634
Striko Westofen
Year: 1997
StrikoWestofen WHS-T8000/4000 G-EG aluminium... StrikoWestofen WHS-T8000/4000 G-EG aluminium melting furnace O1631, used
Year: 1997, capacity: 8000 kg, melting capacity: 2000 kg/h, natural gas heated, refractory 2012, for aluminium
Article-Number:
Article-Number: O1631
Striko Westofen
Year: 2000
StrikoWestofen WHS-T3000/2000 G-EG aluminium... StrikoWestofen WHS-T3000/2000 G-EG aluminium melting furnace O1635, used
Year: 2000, capacity: 3000 kg, melting capacity: 2000 kg/h, natural gas heated, for aluminium
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Article-Number: O1635
Westofen
Year: 1999
Westofen KTL 100 used, for aluminium O1622 Westofen KTL 100 used, for aluminium O1622
Year: 1999, natural gas heated, aluminium
Article-Number:
Article-Number: O1622
Rauch
Year: 1995
Rauch ZSO 700 B zinc melting furnace used, for... Rauch ZSO 700 B zinc melting furnace used, for zinc alloys O1628
Year: 1995, melting capacity 700 kg/h, natural gas heated, incl. container emptying device (BEG), zinc conveyor (ZFB), zinc ingot casting conveyor (ZMGB), zinc liquid transport system with forklift (ZFTS) for zinc alloys.
Article-Number:
Article-Number: O1628
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Meltec
Year: 2001
Meltec MB 315/200 melting furnace, used for... Meltec MB 315/200 melting furnace, used for Magnesium O1621
Year: 2001, heating electrial, melting furnace, with nozzle and gooseneck induction heated, for Magnesium
Article-Number:
Article-Number: O1621
Marconi
Year: 1998
Marconi R1000 melting- and holding furnace,... Marconi R1000 melting- and holding furnace, used for aluminum
Year: 1998, capacity 1600 kg, heating: natural gas, for aluminum alloys
Article-Number:
Article-Number: O1608
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Striko Westofen
Year: 1992
StrikoWestofen Strikomelter M 1000/500 G-EG,... StrikoWestofen Strikomelter M 1000/500 G-EG, used, for aluminium
Year: 1992, natural gas heated, capacity 1000 kg aluminium
Article-Number:
Article-Number: O1574

Used melting furnaces from StrikoWestofen, ZPF, Rauch, Nabertherm, Otto-Junker, STOTEK, Marconi, Effesse, Gennari, Foma, Ocma, Bota, Fergal, CIFE

Melting furnaces are industrial furnaces used for melting and holding temperature. Depending on the application and the requirements for quality, service and performance, there are melting furnaces available with different designs, mechanisms and technologies used. They are used for aluminium, magnesium, brass, zinc, tin and lead alloys. Furnaces vary in design, melting performance and capacity. All of them are energy saving, have optimized flue gas evacuation and low loss of material due to calcines.

Basically, there are two different types of heating: electric or fuel. Resistance heating furnaces have high flexibility. The advantage of fuel-heated furnaces is higher melting performance and higher furnace capacity. Selection of the heating type is determined by energy carriers available on-site and flue gas evacuation.

Melting furnaces and holding furnaces with electric heating

With metal heating cables, you can achieve temperatures up to 1300°C, and with special materials even up to 1800°C. Resistance heating furnaces are used as melting furnaces, and are especially good as holding furnaces. Electric melting and holding furnaces are perfect for processing aluminium, magnesium and zinc alloys in all common casting methods, such as pressure die-casting, vacuum casting, die-casting and sand casting. Foundry material temperature can be precisely controlled with microprocessor control. Even if fuel-fired melting furnaces achieve higher melting performance, electric heating is always the first choice for optimal energy efficiency.

Melting furnaces and holding furnaces with gas and oil heating

Fuel-heated melting furnaces are perfect for first melting and are the preferred solution for loading casting machines with liquid material, or are used in non-ferrous metal melting facilities. Selecting the right furnace depends on the batch material, alloy, desired melting performance and temperature, as well as the operating mode. Consider also such aspects as reliability, ease of use, as well as operating and maintenance costs. Users who go for optimal energy use and the highest quality, should opt for fuel-heated melting furnaces with burners and heat recovery.

Shaft melting furnaces – used melting furnaces for aluminium

Users with high requirements in terms of metal quality, melting performance and efficiency (e.g. aluminium foundries, pressure die-casting foundries), use shaft melting furnaces. These furnaces have special geometry of the shaft with a dedicated burner technology. All stages of the process, such as preheating, heating and fluidization, are combined in a single melting shaft. Cold meltable material is placed at the top of the shaft, then it gets heated as it moves down the shaft. A shaft furnace uses the countercurrent principle, which is thermally favourable, since the heat is extracted from the rising flue gas while melting.

Used melting furnaces specialist

Fiss offers used melting furnaces and holding furnaces, heated electrically, with gas or with oil. We have over 30 years of experience in purchase and sale of used foundry equipment. We provide professional support in selecting the right furnace, strictly following the client's needs. Our skilled engineers and technicians provide excellent comprehensive services, from machine disassembly and repair through logistics, assembly and training in a new location.

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Used melting furnaces from StrikoWestofen, ZPF, Rauch, Nabertherm, Otto-Junker, STOTEK, Marconi, Effesse, Gennari, Foma, Ocma, Bota, Fergal, CIFE

Melting furnaces are industrial furnaces used for melting and holding temperature. Depending on the application and the requirements for quality, service and performance, there are melting furnaces available with different designs, mechanisms and technologies used. They are used for aluminium, magnesium, brass, zinc, tin and lead alloys. Furnaces vary in design, melting performance and capacity. All of them are energy saving, have optimized flue gas evacuation and low loss of material due to calcines.

Basically, there are two different types of heating: electric or fuel. Resistance heating furnaces have high flexibility. The advantage of fuel-heated furnaces is higher melting performance and higher furnace capacity. Selection of the heating type is determined by energy carriers available on-site and flue gas evacuation.

Melting furnaces and holding furnaces with electric heating

With metal heating cables, you can achieve temperatures up to 1300°C, and with special materials even up to 1800°C. Resistance heating furnaces are used as melting furnaces, and are especially good as holding furnaces. Electric melting and holding furnaces are perfect for processing aluminium, magnesium and zinc alloys in all common casting methods, such as pressure die-casting, vacuum casting, die-casting and sand casting. Foundry material temperature can be precisely controlled with microprocessor control. Even if fuel-fired melting furnaces achieve higher melting performance, electric heating is always the first choice for optimal energy efficiency.

Melting furnaces and holding furnaces with gas and oil heating

Fuel-heated melting furnaces are perfect for first melting and are the preferred solution for loading casting machines with liquid material, or are used in non-ferrous metal melting facilities. Selecting the right furnace depends on the batch material, alloy, desired melting performance and temperature, as well as the operating mode. Consider also such aspects as reliability, ease of use, as well as operating and maintenance costs. Users who go for optimal energy use and the highest quality, should opt for fuel-heated melting furnaces with burners and heat recovery.

Shaft melting furnaces – used melting furnaces for aluminium

Users with high requirements in terms of metal quality, melting performance and efficiency (e.g. aluminium foundries, pressure die-casting foundries), use shaft melting furnaces. These furnaces have special geometry of the shaft with a dedicated burner technology. All stages of the process, such as preheating, heating and fluidization, are combined in a single melting shaft. Cold meltable material is placed at the top of the shaft, then it gets heated as it moves down the shaft. A shaft furnace uses the countercurrent principle, which is thermally favourable, since the heat is extracted from the rising flue gas while melting.

Used melting furnaces specialist

Fiss offers used melting furnaces and holding furnaces, heated electrically, with gas or with oil. We have over 30 years of experience in purchase and sale of used foundry equipment. We provide professional support in selecting the right furnace, strictly following the client's needs. Our skilled engineers and technicians provide excellent comprehensive services, from machine disassembly and repair through logistics, assembly and training in a new location.

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