Recco has been supplying furnaces to the industry for 60 years. Today this brand is merged with Keith Company and is marketed under the Keith label. Enjoy the benefits that our tradition of quality and service can mean to you!
So choose a size of electrically heated general purpose bench top furnace best suited for your heat processing needs. Your new Keith furnace will be easy to install and operate. Then, just set your desired process temperature and the digital controller will heat and control your furnace automatically. Maximum operating temperature for this model of furnace is 2250 F.
Applications for this style of furnace include metal heat treating, hardening, tempering (annealing/drawing), ceramics firing and decorating, wax burn-out, copper enameling, mold heating, crucible melting of non-ferrous metals, ashing, assaying, and many more uses too numerous to list here.
Bench Top Assaying Furnace
The Keith Standard 2250F Rated Bench Top Assaying Furnace comes in a variety of model sizes and configurations. These assaying heat treat furnaces are used primarily for heat treating metal, precious metal melting and assaying as well as all types of testing.
The special features of these assaying furnaces are resistance coil wire elements protected by high temperature embedding cement and a clear air exhaust system located on the back of the furnace.
Bench Top Hardening Furnace
Every Keith Bench Top Hardening furnace is produced with a microprocessor-based controller, easy to change alloy wire elements, porcelain hearth plate, heavy gauge sheet steel furnace case, finest quality insulating fire brick backed up by 1800F fiber board insulation, door safety switches, and counter balanced vertical rising doors designed to keep the hot face away from the operator.
Bench Top Tempering Furnace
The Keith Bench Top Tempering Heat Treat Furnace rated to 1250°F Rated is often a companion to the Bench Top Metal Hardening Furnace rated 2250°F. It has become the industry standard for general use in the shop, laboratory or factory where temperatures between 300°F – 1250°F ±10°F are required.