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    • High-Temperature Furnaces with MoSi2 Heating Elements up to 1800 °C LHT 01/17 D, LHT 03/17 D, LHT 02/16 – LHT 08/18

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      Designed as tabletop models, these compact high-temperature furnaces have a variety of advantages. The first-class workmanship using high-quality materials, combined with ease of operation, make these furnaces all-rounders in research and the laboratory. These high-temperature furnaces are also perfectly suited for the sintering of technical ceramics, such as zirconium oxide dental bridges.

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    • High-Temperature Furnaces with Scale for Determination of Combustion Loss and Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) LHT 04/16 SW and LHT 04/17 SW

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      The electrically driven lift-bottom considerably allows for proper charging of the high-temperature furnaces LHT/LB. The heating all around the cylindrical furnace chamber provides for an opitimal temperature uniformity. For model LHT 02/17 LB the charge can be placed in charge saggars made of technical ceramics. Up to three charge saggars can be stacked on top of each other resulting in a high productivity. Due to its volume model LHT 16/17 LB can also be used for applications in production.

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    • High-Temperature Furnaces with SiC Rod Heating up to 1600 °C HTCT 03/14 – HTCT 08/16

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      These powerful laboratory muffle furnaces are available for temperatures up to 1400 °C, 1500 °C, 1550 °C or 1600 °C. The durability of the SiC rods in periodic use, in combination with their high heating speed, make these high-temperature furnaces to all-rounders in the laboratory. Heating times of 40 minutes to 1400 °C can be achieved, depending on the furnace model and the conditions of use.

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    • Impact Test Hammers

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      One dual scale machine is now available for car-rying out impact tests according to A.S.T.M. test method C 368, the lower scale for bone china domestic tableware, and the heavier for carrying out tests on more robust ware (e.g hotelware).
      The impact tests are carried out on either glazed or unglazed samples at the centre of both flatware and hollow ware, at the rim of hollow ware, and edge chipping tests at the rim of flatware.
      The tests at the centre of the of the specimen are carried out to determine: (a) the magnitude of a blow that will be required to produce and initial fracture and (b) the amount of energy necessary to produce complete failure.

    • Laboratory Chamber Furnaces 1100°C & 1200°C Rapid heating laboratory chamber furnaces (RWF)

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      The RWF range are very similar to the CWF range with maximum operating temperatures of 1100°C or 1200°C with chamber capacities of 5, 13 or 23 litres. They also incorporate extra powerful free radiating in the ceiling of the chamber ensuring good thermal uniformity
      Ideal for light to medium duty applications requiring good thermal response
      Applications in general industry include, ferrous metal heat treatments; annealing, hardening, tempering, stress relieving, and simulation of a larger industrial process, on a laboratory scale
      Applications in quality control include, testing of component materials or finished products
      Applications in tool making and maintenance include, heat treatment of metal tools and tool steels
      Applications in coatings manufacturing include, testing coatings for resistance to fire, and longevity testing of finished coatings

    • Laboratory Chamber Furnaces 1100°C Drop down door laboratory chamber furnaces (ELF)

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      Maximum operating temperature of 1100°C, with a chamber capacity of 6 or 14 litres. Heat is provided by a powerful free radiating coiled wire elements on both sides of the chamber ensure good temperature uniformity, and construction is with rigidised low thermal mass insulation for rapid heating allowing the chamber to heat up to operating temperature in a quarter of the time of traditional “slab” designs Hard ceramic hearth provides robust base, which can be replaced in the event of spillage The drop down door can be used as shelf for loading/unloading, and a positive break door safety switch isolates chamber from power supply, when the door is opened A double skinned construction allows convection air flow to cool the outer case, to conform to EN61010 safety standard Ideal for light duty applications requiring good thermal response
      Applications in general industry include, ferrous metal heat treatments; annealing, hardening and tempering Applications in quality control include, testing of component materials or finished products Applications in coatings manufacturing include, testing coatings for resistance to fire, and longevity testing of finished coatings These models are not designed for ashing/burn-off purposes, please see separate data sheet.

    • Laboratory Kilns

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      The updated versions of these kilns now include the following
      standard features on all models:
      Chamber capacities from 50 to 1250 litres (1.8 to 46 ft3)
      Choice of Efficient Low Thermal Mass Linings for firing to 1,300º C (FL range) or 1,350º C (FS range)
      Choice of plug in temperature controllers from the Microtech
      range of Microprocessor Temperature Controllers.
      Over temperature protection
      Spiral wound Heating Elements using High Grade Kanthal wire
      Electromechanical door safety interlock
      Sturdy pressed steel cabinet
      Two doors clamps for positive door sealing
      High gloss enamel finish
      Additional standard features on 680, 1000 and 1250 litre
      models
      Additional heating elements fitted to rear wall and door
      Two zone temperature control for excellent temperature distribution
      Automatic exhaust / cooling damper
      Fully programmable Temperature Controller TCS1 controlling both firing curve and Exhaust cooling damper.
      Kiln furniture sets can be supplied as standard sets, or as specialist sets to the customer’s requirement.

    • Large Capacity Ovens LCO/42H/DIG

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      Of the same design as the smaller units these ovens offer a much larger
      capacity.
      The vertical style units have a single door, the horizontal style units are
      fitted with twin doors. The heating element in these ovens is placed in
      the side fan duct for all models except the 9H and 12H which have a
      base fan duct..

      All units have as standard a PID Microprocessor controller, with
      dual displays of set point and actual temperature that are autotuned
      to each individual unit to optimise the heat up, overshoot
      and control of temperature. The controller also has a 0—99
      hour process timer that can be selected for a fixed time period
      at a set point plus an 8 segment program with 4 ramps and 4
      dwell facility.
      The control panels are fitted on the side of each unit except the
      9H and 12H, which are fitted in the base.

    • Modulus of Rupture—MOR/5-TS

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      Machines for Flexural Tests
      Indispensable for producers of ceramic floor and wall tiles when checking production processes and finished products. Can also be
      used by producers of sanitaryware, tableware and technical porcelain; in research labs, in Technical and University labs, and wherever
      it is necessary to determine the flexural breaking load of a large number of different raw materials, broken down into sizes that
      can be positioned on the machines.
      MOR/5-TS Series Electronic models
      Standardized devices for determining the flexural
      breaking load and modulus of green, or dried, or
      fired ceramic tiles.
      In accordance to the UNI EN ISO 10545-4 norm,
      and ASTM C648-84 (with accessory kit)
      Minimum tile size 10×10 cm.

    • Muffle Furnaces Basic Models LE 1/11 – LE 14/11

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      With their unbeatable price/performance ratio, these compact muffle furnaces are perfect for many applications in the laboratory. Quality features like the dual shell furnace housing of rust-free stainless steel, their compact, lightweight constructions, or the heating elements encased in quartz glass tubes make these models reliable partners for your application.

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    • Muffle Furnaces with Brick Insulation and Flap Door or Lift Door L 5/13 – LT 15/13

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      Heating elements on support tubes radiating freely into the furnace chamber provide for particularly short heating times for these muffle furnaces. Thanks to their robust lightweight refractory brick insulation, they can reach a maximum working temperature of 1300 °C. These muffle furnaces thus represent an interesting alternative to the familiar L(T) 3/11 models, when you need particularly short heating times or a higher application temperature.

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    • Muffle Furnaces with Embedded Heating Elements in the Ceramic Muffle L, LT 9/11/SKM

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      We particularly recommend the muffle furnace L 9/11/SKM if your application involves aggressive substances. The
      furnace has a ceramic muffle with embedded heating from four sides. The muffle furnace thus combines a very good temperature uniformity with excellent protection of the heating elements from aggressive atmospheres. Another aspect is the smooth, nearly particle free muffle (furnace door made of fiber insulation), an important quality feature for some ashing processes.

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