We design and manufacture furnaces and ovens for various sectors of the metals industry, always using leading technology and best practice.

Our products for the metals industry include high temperature furnaces for forge, aluminum, electrical, ferrous casting, stress relief, heat treatment, tempering and other applications.

At Nutec Bickley we are committed to engineering and design excellence and to delivering the very best equipment to our customers. We assure this by analyzing all of our customers’ needs and complying with rigorous quality standards.


Aluminum Furnaces

Furnaces and custom industrial ovens for the following aluminum plant processes:

  • Holding
  • Homogenizing of logs and ingots
  • Heat treating
  • Preheating
  • Hot welding
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Forging Furnaces

Furnaces and ovens for the following forge plant processes:

  • Heating for forging
  • Stress relieving after forging
  • Heat treating
  • Preheating
  • Air cooling
  • Heating of end and centers
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Tube, Rod & Wire

Nutec Bickley provides high temperature furnaces for the heat treating (austenitizing, tempering and normalizing) of steel tubing and casings:

  • API tubes and casings
  • Steel round bars
  • Steel wire coils
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Ferrous Casting

Furnaces and custom industrial ovens for the following ferrous casting processes:

  • Heat treating
  • Sand core (mold) drying
  • Hot welding
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Electrical (transformers & motors)

Custom industrial ovens for the following transformers and motors manufacturing processes:

  • Drying of transformer live parts
  • Drying of casing paint
  • Varnish curing of coils
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Other Applications

Nutec Bickley provides ovens for the drying of welding electrodes:

  • Drying of welding electrodes
  • Drying of inside tube coatings
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There are several furnace types to choose from based on the size of your operation, temperature and features needed for your product.

Nutec Bickley’s precision manufacturing and decades of knowledge ensure that your annealing furnace will get the job done and stand the test of time.

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Nutec Bickley aluminum aging ovens are custom designed and built to meet MIL-SPEC as well as conforming to tough industry standards such as AIAG’s CQI-9 for heat treat assessment and relevant AMS standards covering heat treatment equipment.

The correct combination of air distribution and velocity are the key to Nutec Bickley ovens. Whether the heating method is gas fired directly and indirectly or electrically, our equipment is designed to meet any needs.

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Heat Treating Furnaces and Ovens

Nutec Bickley provides industrial heat treating furnaces and ovens in custom designs and dimensions to match customer production and process requirements.

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Steel Tempering Furnaces and Ovens

Our steel tempering furnaces and ovens are provided for temperature ranges from 150°C to 760°C (300ºF to 1,400ºF). We can provide the optimum solution for your process needs.

Nutec Bickley’s furnaces and ovens are manufactured to the highest quality standards, and all our equipment complies with safety norms to assure your plant process aligns with quality and efficiency requirements.

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Quenching Systems

Nutec Bickley is an industrial quenching systems manufacturer, among many other products for the metals industry, featuring custom designs and dimensions to match customer production and process requirements for the heat treating facility.

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Stress Relief Furnaces

Nutec Bickley manufactures stress relief furnaces for the steel plate working and forming sector, for manufacturers of rail tanks, vessels, large weldments, heat exchanger parts, gas tanks, tools, agricultural machinery, leaf springs, etc.

  • Stress relieving after welding
  • Hot forming
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High Pressure Die Casting (HPDC)

The basic die casting process consists of injecting molten metal (often aluminum or zinc alloys) under high pressure into a steel mold (die).

Die casting machines are typically rated in clamping tons, this being equal to the amount of pressure they can exert on the die. Typically, machine sizes range from 400 tons to 4,000 tons (800,000 lb to 8,000,000 lb).

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