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    FURNACES – High Temperature 1400°C, 1500°C & 1600°C Laboratory chamber furnaces (RHF)

    FURNACES – High Temperature 1400°C, 1500°C & 1600°C Laboratory chamber furnaces (RHF)

    Maximum operating temperatures of 1400°C, 1500°C & 1600°C with chamber
    capacities of 3, 8, 15 & 35 litres. These furnaces are heated by powerful silicon
    carbide elements located on both sides of the chamber that ensure good thermal
    uniformity (silicon carbide elements can withstand the stress of everyday operation and provide good longevity).
    Hardwearing refractory brick in chamber entrance and hearth provide good resistance to abrasion whilst elsewhere, lightweight ceramic fibre insulation is used which ensures good energy efficiency and rapid heating. A vertical counterbalanced door keeps hot door insulation away from operator whilst a positive break door safety switch isolates the chamber from the power supply, when the door is opened.
    A double skinned construction allows convection air flow to cool the outer case,
    conforming to EN61010 safety standard Choice of PID controller or programmers Applications in general industry include sintering alumina, smelt trials and checking Al2O3 content in alumina. Applications in the ceramics industry include disintegration, testing and analysis of cement samples, refractory porosity tests, long term high temperature tests and firing & sintering of ceramic samples. Applications in the semi-conductor industry include annealing silicon, silicon carbide & nitride samples and solid
    state synthesis .

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