Free kilns...could be used for furnaces

Discussion in 'Buy Sell Trade' started by Lou, Jul 27, 2020.

  1. Lou

    Lou Copper Banner Member

    I have some very large (by my standards anyways) furnaces that could be used for bail out style furnaces. I believe they're made out of insulating kiln brick, 2600F. They range in size from 30" across by 20-30" deep to 60" across by 30-40" deep.

    They do not have lids like you'd think. The outer casing is either SS304, SS309 or one of them is inconel 625. They are very well built and were resistance heated.

    Free for pickup in Akron, OH. Forklift and dock on site. The smallest of these is probably 1100 lbs, the biggest, probably 4K.

    I'll get pictures this week.
     
  2. Lou

    Lou Copper Banner Member

    There's more than 7 of them. I'll try and get some more details as time allows.
     
  3. DavidF

    DavidF Administrator Staff Member Banner Member

    Pictures please!!
     
  4. Zapins

    Zapins Silver

    Sounds very interesting.
     
  5. crazybillybob

    crazybillybob Silver Banner Member

    Akron is right up the road from me!! I've got a trailer that will handle the littler units... but nothing that will do 4k for long. Color me very interested.
     
  6. Zapins

    Zapins Silver

    If I were closer... my new house's garage needs filling with better tools!
     
  7. Petee716

    Petee716 Silver Banner Member

    Careful what you wish for! Lol!
     
  8. Lou

    Lou Copper Banner Member

    Please see attached
     

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  9. Lou

    Lou Copper Banner Member

    Ten of them. I went down there with a 52 blood sugar so I apologize for bad photos. I had to get back to the main plant and get some juice right quick. Believe four with 20”ID with 32-36” depths. Three that are smaller, 12-18” ID with 22-26” depths.

    the big ones, I’m guessing 48-60” deep by 36” diameter. Probably best to use those if you’re into heat treating.
     

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