Controlled atmosphere furnace
heat treatmentanalysishardening

controlled atmosphere furnace
controlled atmosphere furnace
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heat treatment, analysis, hardening, for mechanical tests
Heat source
electric resistance
vacuum, controlled atmosphere, air circulating, inert gas, nitrogen, hydrogen
Other characteristics
automatic, high-temperature, programmable, low energy consumption, for dental applications, for steel, high-volume, for molds, for aluminum, for copper, high-productivity, laboratory, for precious metals, for metallurgy, for the electronics industry, for non-ferrous metals, for the ceramics industry, for the plastics industry, for glass working

Min.: 5 l (1.3 gal)

Max.: 4,000 l (1,056.7 gal)

Maximum temperature

Min.: 1,100 °C (2,012 °F)

Max.: 2,200 °C (3,992 °F)


Tmax 2200°C Atmosphere Controlled Furnaces are used in applications such as manufacturing of metal products, heat-treatment, sintering, melting, aging, thermal testing, powder synthesing and chemical decomposition, where a protective environment is required within the furnaces to achieve the desired products. MSE’s atmosphere controlled furnaces are available up to 2200°C and with various protective atmospheres including argon, nitrogen, hydrogen (5%) or a gas mixture. Please contact us for hydrogen atmosphere. Vacuum processes performed at high temperatures ensure that no oxidation occurs which, in turn, results in samples with uniform physical properties. In standard models, the vacuum values are designed close to 0 Bar. MSE’s atmosphere controlled furnaces offer optionally high vacuum levels up to 2 mbar. For higher pressures, you may check out “Gas Pressurized Sintering” or “Hot Isostatic Press” products we offer.


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