Are You Tired of Unscheduled Downtime & Lost Production?
Emergency Service & Field Training
When you have unscheduled downtime on your furnace, we know that having a quick, safe and reliable OEM partner that you can call on to make the necessary repairs will save you thousands of dollars lost in wasted time offline. We know the urgency of getting production up and running again and we are committed to being there for you, right when you need us.
That’s why with McLaughlin Furnace Group we provide 24/7 emergency repair services. Whether you have a need for refractory and insulation repairs, mechanical adjustments, welding, combustion tuning, and controls or electrical troubleshooting our field service technicians have the skills and speed to get your heat treat facility back to operating at it’s highest level.
We also know that most heat treat facilities struggle to get their new operators and maintenance staff properly trained. Because of that, our industry experts on staff are available to provide you with in-house training at your facility, and offer a preventative maintenance schedule as well as conduct safety checks, temperature uniformity surveys, vacuum leak checks, and atmospheric gas or combustion analysis.
“… Even though there’s 1600 miles apart it was as if you were next door and on sight all the time… I could go on and on about the generator but your service is the best.” — George A. Chiaro, Seattle Heat Treaters
Replacement Parts & Rentals
Do you have an immediate need for a replacement part? Then McLaughlin Furnace Group will get you taken care of. We have a ready supply of replacement parts that we can ship you in any volume, the same or next business day!
Vacuum Furnace / Pump Components
Atmosphere Furnace Components
Custom Fabricated / Machined Components
Gaskets, Oil, & Lubricants
Additionally, our facility is capable of cutting and machining many materials including high temperature alloys, providing you with a custom array of unique options to meet your specific design needs.
Do you need custom furnace parts, replacement valves, burners, refractory, controls, & vacuum pumps?
“I highly recommend Vesco-McLaughlin to anyone in need of a great service company.” — Stephen N Allard, Maintenance Manager at Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies Technology & Innovation Manufacturing Technology Center
Water Jet Services
Additionally, our new water jet table is capable of cutting metal plates up to 6” thick, providing you with a custom array of unique options to meet your specific design needs.
Manufactured parts include flange plates, specialized gaskets, orifice plates, etc. McLaughlin Furnace Group can produce parts in any volume at economical prices with fast turnaround times.
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Rebuilt Furnaces–Better than New
McLaughlin Furnace Group rebuilds all types of furnaces, and is the largest rebuilder of furnaces in the nation.
Most furnaces are rebuilt at McLaughlin’s state-of-art manufacturing facility in Avilla, IN. The furnaces are stripped down to the shell, and then sandblasted down to the bare metal. Warped metal is straightened or replaced, and cracks are repaired & reinforced. The lining is re-bricked including proprietary hearth and door lintel designs. The combustion system is upgraded with fuel efficient burners and state-of-art controls. Door and elevator mechanicals are upgraded with rugged, yet easy to maintain systems.
With years of experience, McLaughlin knows the weaknesses and typical failure modes of most furnaces. When rebuilding the furnace, many items are reinforced for longer life. Many components are upgraded to modern, more robust designs. When complete, the rebuilt furnace is better than when it was first built.
We Rebuild Vacuum Pump Systems
McLaughlin Furnace Group rebuilds all types of pumps no matter the manufacturer.
Most pumps are rebuilt at McLaughlin’s state-of-art manufacturing facility. The pumps are cleaned and sealed. Broken components are fixed or replaced, and cracks are repaired & reinforced. The lining is tested for leaks and quality seal. With years of experience, McLaughlin knows the weaknesses and typical failure modes of vacuum pumps.
When rebuilding the pump, many items are reinforced for longer life. Many components are upgraded to modern, more robust designs. When complete, the rebuilt pump is better than when it was first built.