High-temperature furnaces for tests in a temperature range from +200 °C to 1,600 °C are used to determine the thermal-elastic behavior, heat resistance and re-crystallization temperature of materials.

Key Advantages and Features

  • ZwickRoell offers an array of solutions, with a minimum temperature of 200 °C and a maximum temperature of 1,600 °C
  • Depending on the materials to be tested, 1-zone or 3-zone furnaces with air or vacuum environment are available
  • ZwickRoell solutions feature optimal coordination of furnaces (including temperature controllers), the correct specimen grips for tensile and flexure tests, and the appropriate extensometer
  • The high-temperature furnaces and extensometers are provided with swivel units, allowing comfortable, convenient operation of the testing machine, which can then be used for room-temperature testing with practically no reconfiguration
  • An optional specimen temperature measuring device with up to three thermocouples is available for direct temperature measurement on the specimen, ensuring standard-compliant testing at temperature.

Development of Innovative High-Temperature Materials – Materials Testing at up to 2,000 °C

Metallic and ceramic high temperature materials present a fundamental field of research within energy technology and mobility.

Determining the Temperature of Materials

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3

Other Equipment by this Supplier