Salt bath furnace
heat treatmentanalysisfor mechanical tests

salt bath furnace
salt bath furnace
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Characteristics

Function
heat treatment, analysis, for mechanical tests
Configuration
cabinet, tubular, tunnel
Heat source
electric resistance
Other characteristics
custom, programmable, stainless steel, low energy consumption, for dental applications, salt bath, environmentally friendly, laboratory, for glass working, for precious metals
Maximum temperature

Max.: 900 °C (1,652 °F)

Min.: 200 °C (392 °F)

Description

Chemical tempering is one of the methods used to increase the surface hardness of glass. In this method, it is ensured that the sodium atoms in the glass are replaced with potassium atoms in the region close to the surface. Chemical tempering is one of the methods used to increase the surface hardness of glass. In this method, it is ensured that the sodium atoms in the glass are replaced with potassium atoms in the region close to the surface. This creates a tension on the surface. It gives strength and hardness to the glass. In the glass tempering furnaces produced by our company, the glass is heated by a constant temperature increase so that the glass is not broken by thermal shocks, then it is immersed in the salt bath. After being kept in a salt bath for a sufficient time, it is cooled slowly. All this is done automatically with a pre-installed program. Chemical glass tempering furnaces are designed according to customer requirements and glass holding baskets are designed by our company. Tablet, telephone, solar panel and television glass are examples of glass produced by chemical tempering. This method is a unique method for increasing the strength of thin glasses.

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