Heat treatment furnace
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heat treatment furnace
heat treatment furnace
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Characteristics

Function
heat treatment, analysis
Configuration
cabinet, tubular
Heat source
electric
Atmosphere
vacuum, controlled atmosphere, inert gas, nitrogen
Other characteristics
continuous, horizontal, for precious metals, for the plastics industry, for materials testing machines, high-temperature, for copper, programmable, automatic, for aluminum, low energy consumption, for dental applications, for glass working, environmentally friendly, laboratory, for the electronics industry, for non-ferrous metals, for metallurgy, for the ceramics industry, for steel
Maximum temperature

Min.: 1,100 °C (2,012 °F)

Max.: 1,800 °C (3,272 °F)

Description

Tube furnaces are commonly used to provide the desired atmosphere condition in a tube. In these furnaces, melting, thermal aging, sintering, metal heat treatment, chemical decomposition and thermal shock tests can be applied. Tube furnaces are commonly used to provide the desired atmosphere condition in a tube. In these furnaces, melting, thermal aging, sintering, metal heat treatment, chemical decomposition and thermal shock tests can be applied. Depending on the temperature, quartz, mulit and alumina pipes can be preferred. Supply of tubes and accessories (flanges, ceramic crucibles etc.) can be obtained from our company. In our tube furnaces, horizontal or vertical operation can be selected, while the tube rotate, tilt operation and feeding unit, creating and controlling the different temperature zones, the sample for an external thermocouple from the inside of the tube, and various optional features such as sample temperature measurement and vacuum operation are also possible.

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