High Temperature Continuous Microwave Furnaces Now Available through Spheric Technologies

Spheric Technologies, Inc., marketer of patented high-temperature microwave powdered metal and ceramic processing systems, announced the availability of new SPHERIC/SYNO-THERM™ high-temperature continuous horizontal microwave furnaces. Each furnace is custom-manufactured by Syno-Therm Co., Ltd, China’s largest microwave furnace producer. Spheric Technologies is the exclusive distributor for Syno-Therm microwave equipment in the Western Hemisphere.

Principal specifications:

  • Maximum temperature 1700° C
  • Frequency 2450 MHz
  • Tunnel running speed 15~60mm/min adjustable
  • Temperature measuring IR sensor and thermo-couple
  • Convey Belt, push-pad, push-boat
  • Power 12-200kW

“The SPHERIC/SYNO-THERM line represents the state-of-the-art in industrial microwave design,” said Spheric Technologies President Joseph Hines. “Asia is far more advanced than the U.S. in the use of microwave sintering systems,” which are used to form complex industrial parts by heating (below the melting point) metal or ceramic powders until they adhere. Microwave furnaces typically use up to 80% less energy than conventional sintering units, producing in as little as one-tenth the time stronger, finer-grained parts, with less deformation and cracking, according to a report by Penn State and Japan’s National Institute for Fusion Science.

Spheric Technologies is marketing advanced SPHERIC/SYNO-THERM furnaces together with sublicenses for microwave sintering based on technology patents developed by Penn State’s world-recognized Microwave Processing and Engineering Center.


  1. Sagar Murmu Sagar Murmu India says:

    We would like to buy ceramic boat of size 2 cm height, 1 and half cm width and 7cm legth for keeping it in tubular furnace for hot corrosion experiments

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