About Furnace Engineering

Furnace Engineering is the leading Australian owned manufacturer of furnaces and industrial ovens.

We specialise in design, manufacture and implementation of made-to-order equipment for customer’s specific heating requirements

Founded in 1968, the company has grown steadily and successfully over the last 55 years. We currently employ over 80 highly skilled staff in Melbourne & Sydney, Australia.

In addition to the mainstay of customers in Australia, the company has carried out many significant export contracts in: New Zealand, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, China, Africa and Europe.

The company's earlier projects were centred around the non-ferrous, mining, smelting and steel-making industries. Subsequent research & development have extended its capabilities in the following areas:

  • Scale-up of innovative heat processing systems
  • High Temperature Atmosphere & Vacuum Furnaces
  • Induction Melting & Heating Furnaces
  • Industrial Ovens & Low Temperature processes
  • Food processing ovens
  • Clean process ovens
  • Nickel Sintering Furnaces
  • Carbon Fibre Research and Production Facilities
  • Light metal melting, extrusion and heat treatment furnaces
  • Specialised defence equipment

The company invests in local technology development and holds several patents related to its proprietary heat processing technology.

In addition, it has strategic partnerships with several international furnace specialists, each a leader in its field. This ensures that the best and latest plant and process technologies are made available to its customers.

Furnace Engineering clients include: ABB, Alcoa, Arnotts, Carbon Revolution, Alucon, Alva Aluminium, BHP, Boeing, Capral, Caterpillar,  Cochlear, CSIRO, Deakin University, Denso, Ford, Formula Automotive, Fuji-Xerox, G. James, Hawker de Havilland, Hicom, Hydro Aluminium, ITW, LB Aluminium, Lenso Wheels, Malaysian Aluminium, Minara Resources, Qantas, Resmed, Rio Tinto, RMIT, Sanitaruim, Schneider, Siemens, SNC Lavalin, Swinburne University, Toyota, Victoria University, and others.