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Forni Industriali Bendotti S.p.A.

Via Zoncone, 34, 24062 Costa Volpino, Bergamo
Telephone +39 035 988108
Fax +39 035 988115

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THERMPROCESS 2019 hall map (Hall 9): stand D58

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THERMPROCESS 2019 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Industrial Furnaces, Industrial Heat Treatment Plants and thermal processes for
  • 01.08  Steel and Iron
  • 01.08.03  Heat treating
  •  Heating, Preheating

Our products

Product category: Heating, Preheating

Walking beam furnaces

In 1982, for the first time BENDOTTI applied the concept of prefabrication to walking beam furnaces. Since then, the beams and the relevant columns have been completely prefabricated at our departments. After that, they are pre-assembled onto the translation frame and onto the hearth of the furnace, before being disassembled and packaged for the final erection.

Thanks to BENDOTTI, a 120 t/h walking beam furnace can be erected in just 93 days.

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Product category: Heating, Preheating

Walking hearth furnaces

Thanks to the complete BENDOTTI’s prefabrication activity, walking hearth furnaces can be erected also in case of critical conditions (such as -20°C in Montreal, Canada) without the need to install any refractory lining on site, thus considerably saving time and assuring incomparable quality guarantee.

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Product category: Heating, Preheating

Pusher furnaces

The erection of 250 pusher furnaces for billets, blooms and thick slabs highlights BENDOTTI’s leadership, which has been achieved with the passing of time. The erection time reduces to a few weeks with the simple support of our supervisors, and the performances increasingly approach walking beam furnaces; indeed, they often represent effective alternatives.

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About us

Company portrait

Furnace prefabrication, which started in 1960 to fight against the shortage of expert personnel and the high cost of labour, allowed the company to become the leader of its own sector: it was based on a quite simple technique that provided for the use of arch vaults.