Quenching furnace 75/550 LHN02

quenching furnace
quenching furnace
quenching furnace
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quenching, thermal, hardening, drying, calibration
Heat source
Other characteristics
high-temperature, continuous, laboratory
Maximum temperature

550 °C
(1,022 °F)


75 l
(19.81 gal)


870 mm
(34.25 in)


850 mm
(33.46 in)


660 mm
(25.98 in)


Top-loading (shaft) low temperature electric laboratory furnace SNOL 75/550 is intended for electrodes, drying, preliminary heating, hardening, loosening, normalising and other thermal processing up to temperature of 550°C. The furnace is excellent fit for scientific laboratories, educational institutions, medicine and industry. BASIC MODEL • Chamber made from stainless steel • Enclosed heating elements • Doors open from the top • Microprocessor – temperature controller • High quality, ecological thermal insulation material • Low power consumption • High temperature inertness • High degree of accuracy • Outside casing – metal sheet, powder painted grey • 1 year warranty OPTIONS • Reinforced bottom • Buzzer • Digital timer • Protection against overheating • Data recorder • Data communication/USB • Calibration of temperature measurement system • Table for supporting the furnace • Additional 1 year warranty Technical data Rated power not more than kW 6 Rated supply voltage V 380 Rated frequency Hz 50 Number of phases – 3 Working chamber material – Stainless steel Maximum heating- up time (without charge) Min. 100 Temperature stability in working chamber at rated temperature in thermal steady state without charge not more than ± °C 5 Temperature uniformity in working space at rated temperature in thermal steady state without charge not more than ±°C 10 Furnace working chamber dimensions: width mm 340 depth mm 390 height mm 550 Mass kg 116
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