Sintering furnace

sintering furnace
sintering furnace
sintering furnace
sintering furnace
sintering furnace
sintering furnace
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sintering, drying
Heat source
electric, electric resistance
air circulating
Other characteristics
continuous, industrial
Maximum temperature

850 °C, 1,050 °C (1,562 °F)


Drying and sintering furnace The equipment is mainly used for high temperature sintering of thick film products 1、Index parameter Rated temperature: 850 degrees centigrade; maximum temperature: 1050 C Effective height: 140mm Net band width: 700mm Furnace structure: large furnace chamber, super light insulation material masonry structure. Maximum load: 50Kg/ Speed range: 70 ~ 400mm/min, typical belt speed: 170 ~ 250mm/min; variable frequency stepless speed regulation. Heating elements: infrared tube FEC heater heating, heating on the drying area, heating up and down in the sintering area. Sintering atmosphere: dry compressed air Gas path composition: 11 way intake, each flow can be adjusted (see 3.2 technical specification). Cooling mode: cooling by heat insulation, air cooling and water cooling, cooling water jacket 1 points water temperature detection. Temperature control stability: + 1 c 2、Progressiveness According to the process requirements, the lamp tube and FEC ceramic fiber heater are heated. According to the technology of LTCC, thick film heater and chip element, the drying and sintering temperature zone and gas path are adjusted. The position and quantity of the exhaust port are determined according to the size of the discharge, the temperature and speed are accurately controlled, the light material is used in the ring protection, the energy saving and environmental protection, and the convenience and reliability are used. Long life.


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