Brazing furnace / sintering / annealing / pit
3000C Small Materials Research Furnaces, Inc.

Characteristics

  • Function:

    brazing, sintering, annealing

  • Configuration:

    pit

  • Heat source:

    gas

  • Atmosphere:

    inert gas, vacuum

  • Other characteristics:

    graphite

  • Maximum temperature:

    Min.: 2200 °C (3992 °F)

    Max.: 3000 °C (5432 °F)

Description

Our small high temperature laboratory furnace is capable of running at 3000 °C in inert gas with modest power usage due to the highly efficient graphite insulation pack. The 4″ diameter x 8″ high (101 mm x 204 mm) hot zone is suited for small batch processing or material research at ultra high temperatures. Operation in vacuum is also possible but is limited to 2200°C to maximize lifetime of the heating element and shields.

Operation through the (optional) HMI interface is intuitive and easy-to-learn. A retracting temperature thermocouple is used for low temperature control. The RTC will retract automatically and switch over control to a pyrometer at a pre-set temperature setpoint.

Applications include: sintering, carbon fiber processing, carbonizing, ceramic firing, degassing, heat treating and more.

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