sintering furnace / chamber / electric resistance / high-temperature
MOS Series

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Characteristics

  • Function:

    sintering

  • Configuration:

    chamber

  • Heat source:

    electric resistance

  • Other characteristics:

    high-temperature, programmable, compact, bench-top, laboratory, for metallurgy, large-size

  • Capacity:

    Max.: 15.8 l (4.2 gal)

    Min.: 1.3 l (0.3 gal)

  • Maximum temperature:

    1,550 °C, 1,600 °C, 1,700 °C, 1,800 °C (2,822 °F)

Description

MoS series have been used as trusted professional chamber furnaces for many years in laboratories. Available with brick and fiber insulation elements, with a wide variety of options, these models can be optimally used for high temperature procedures.

Standard MoS series furnaces cover a range from 1600°C to 1800°C, all of which have front loading for easy operation and double skin construction to maintain a cooler outer case.

Important advantage of the model is that element change is very easy and economic. Furnaces starting from 1800°C use high quality Molybdenum Disilicide heating elements, providing a very long service life.

Galvanized coating covered epoxy painted structure, providing longer life time and aesthetics.

Typical applications for the product is almost all high temperature applications where high level of precision is required; high temperature sintering processes such as Ceramic, Dental and Material Research.