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High temp lab and industrial furnace
Manufacturer to the world

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USA Made Quality and Performance
for over 60 years

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processes / applications

  • Metallizing
  • CM 400 Pusher furnace for continuous production
  • Technical Ceramics
  • CM Box Furnace 1700 Series
  • Calcining
  • CM 1704FL Box Furnace
  • Brazing
  • 300 Series - Production Muffle Furnace
  • Metal Injection Molding
  • CM 1500 H2 Batch Furnace
  • Glass Furnaces
  • Bottom loader box furnace for nuclear waste sintering
  • Debinding
  • CM 1500 H2 Batch Furnace
  • Thermal Cycling
  • Bottom loader box furnace for nuclear waste sintering
  • Atmospheric Controls
  • CM Tube Furnace
  • Annealing
  • CM 200 Strand Annealing Furnace
  • Sintering
CM 1500 H2 Batch Furnace

products

CM 400 Pusher furnace for continuous production
Metallizing
Our CM-400 Series Continuous Production Furnace see's wide use in the metallization of ceramics and the processing of metals. Our open element atmosphere design provides maximum versatility to temperatures up to 2200°CLEARN MORE
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METAL INJECTION MOLDING

MIM is the process which merges two established technologies, plastic injection molding and powdered metallurgy. It has been around for over 45 years.

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All CM Furnaces allow for extensive customization to create unique specialized furnaces. In particular our focus on high temperature continuous processing in controlled atmospheres accommodates a wide range of materials and processes.

ABOUT US

CM Furnaces is known for state of the art design and manufacturing of all types of air, hydrogen and inert atmosphere electric furnaces. Though many of our furnaces are of standard design and construction, CM has specialized in furnaces for a variety of applications and in updates of standard equipment to meet specific needs.
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HISTORY

The company was founded in 1946 by Seth Combs and James Murphy. The main product line at the time was refractory metal coils (molybdenum and tungsten) used in the lighting and the electronics industry. CM began manufacturing furnaces in order to produce the coils and over time the manufacture of high temperature laboratory and production furnaces became CM’s primary product.