Precision Industrial, Laboratory, Batch and Continuous Furnaces
for Every Process
CM Furnace specializes in the advanced design and manufacturing of high quality laboratory and industrial electric furnaces. All of our box and tube furnaces emphasize the highest quality of design and construction. In a world of planned obsolescence, these machines are built to last. CM also produces highly custom production furnaces for a variety of applications that meet the exacting process requirements of industrial, educational and government users.
All our furnaces are designed and built in the USA.
The CM Rapid-Temp Furnace Series
Our Rapid-Temp Series electric box and tube furnaces are known worldwide for their ability to heat and cool rapidly and their high thermal uniformity. That’s because our designs use double-wall stainless steel where others use carbon-steel derivatives. High-end molydisilicide heating elements and ultra-pure Alumina Fiber make the CM Rapid-Temp furnaces a performance and quality leader.
Featured Application: 3D Additive Manufacturing
CM furnaces are the perfect partner for sintering and debinding your 3D printed metal parts whether in the lab, or high volumes production we’ve got the solution for you.
Featured Furnace: The CM 1500 Series
Total system packaged in common, compact frame. Hanging Molybdenum elements for reducing and reducing/inert atmospheres. High purity alumina fiber insulation package for efficiency and rapid response. Programmable ramp and soak control-16 segments per recipe, 4 recipes.
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.
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 fur-naces became CM’s primary product.