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Laboratory Furnaces are used in many applications and are designed to function within a range of temperature zones. The specification of the furnace is primariliy determined by the quality or refractoriness of the insulation and the temperature capabilities of the heating elements. Higher temperatures are usually associated with higher costs. Almost all lab furnaces are operated via digital controllers which allow for a wide range of heat up, dwell and hold time and cooling rates. The type of products to be subjected to heating generally determine the geometry of the door/closure mechanism.
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The Thermcraft eXPRESS-LINE Protege compact split tube furnace comes with a 2” ID heated chamber that has a 12” heated length in a single zone configuration. The heating element is a Fibercraft™ vacuum formed ceramic fiber heater with embedded resistance wire. Designed for temperatures up to 1100°C (2012°F), this furnace will produce uniform heat around the full 360° of the heated chamber and is insulated for maximum thermal efficiency.
In addition to standard designs, Thermcraft also manufacture furnaces custom built to exact specifications. Their team of highly knoweledgeable Sales Engineers will work with you through the entire process of configuring your custom furnace.
As partial technical support for the MicroCure Technology, Lambda offers process development and optimization assistance to include process trials. The Lambda Technologies MicroCure 5100 is designed around the unique Variable Frequency Microwave process technique for the selective, rapid, and uniform procesing of materials.
This is a horizontal tube furnace that can operate up to 1500°Cat vacuum levels of better than 10E-5 mbar.
The LF Series furnaces are top loading multi-purpose furnace, high temperature, vacuum or controlled atmosphere with refractory metal heat zone
This breakthrough frontloading box furnace is made possible by a unique combination of zirconia and alumina insulation, which exploits the hot strength of alumina and low thermal conductivity of zirconia.
The Phoenix line of microwave muffle furnaces offers unmatched versatility and speed in a rugged, easy-to-use system.
The Lambda Technologies MicroCure 2100 is designed around the unique Variable Frequency Microwave process technique for the selective, rapid, and uniform procesing of materials.
The Thermcraft TransTemp transparent tube furnace was originally developed at the Lincoln Laboratory on the campus of MIT. Unlike conventional furnaces, the TransTemp becomes transparent at approximately 600°C, which makes it possible to see a process as it takes place inside the furnace.
These models are ideal for simulating typical fast-firing processes up to a maximum firing temperature of 1300 °C. The combination of high performance, low thermal mass and powerful cooling fans provides for cycle times from cold to cold of under 35 minutes.
Chamber furnace for universal applications. Various temperature controllers available.
StableTemp Muffle Furnaces are available in three sizes and three controller options to meet your application requirements. All models have autotune feature which allows the furnace to perform better at a particular set point and load, eliminating temperature overshoot for a commonly used application. An optional RS-485 communications port 33858-90 is available to let you use these furnaces with your computer. RS-485 option is factory installed—you must order separately at the same time as you order your furnace.
Orton offers GTF-MD-16 and GTF-MD-16L furnaces, which are horizontal tube furnaces with controlled, reproducible, linear thermal gradients of about 120°C across a 12" long monitored zone and 160°C across a 6" long monitored zone, respectively.
Thermcraft’s Hinged High Temperature Split Tube Furnaces are for applications that need temperatures up to 1530°C (2800°F). They can customize these tube furnaces to be single zone or multiple zone configurations, and design them for vertical or horizontal operation.
These furnaces are designed for light to medium duty applications where rapid thermal response is a primary requirement.
Thermcraft eXPRESS-LINE split tube furnaces come with a 3” ID or 6” ID heated chamber and are available in 12”, 18”, 24” and 36” heated lengths, in a single or a three zone configuration. Designed for temperatures up to 1200°C (2192°F), these furnaces will produce uniform heat around the full 360° of the heated chamber and are insulated for maximum thermal efficiency.
The Hot Spot 110L from Zircar Zirconia is a 1600°C Lab Furnace that plugs into a standard 110 Volt, 20 Amp outlet. The breakthrough design of this compact frontloading box furnace incorporates a unique combination of zirconia and alumina insulation which combines the hot strength of alumina and low thermal conductivity of zirconia. This compact unit is easily accommodated into your laboratory and does not require any special setting surface. An integrated cooling fan feature ensures that the outer shell of the furnace is cool enough to protect the user from any potential burn, even the maximum operating temperature of at 1600°C.
Thermcraft LAB-TEMP™ furnaces and ovens are used in laboratories all over the world. Thermcraft is the exclusive supplier of furnaces and ovens to some of the leading materials testing system manufacturers. Features of the O-Series medium range laboratory ovens are described.