Top hat chamber furnace up to 1150 °C with FeCrAl resistance heater
We produce this version of a chamber furnace exclusively according to customers’ requirements. Typical applications are thermal treatments in ambient air such as de-binding, sintering, calcining processes, melting of glass or metal and solid state reactions at high temperatures
The heating system consists of a movable heating chamber. Its heating elements are attached to the side walls of the working space. The user can choose from various additional accessories such as gas feed-throughs, customized borehole patterns, specific gas-tight components, furnace furniture.
|Maximum temperature||1150 °C|
|Maximum continuous working temperature||1100 °C|
|Dimensions of the working space /cubic||max. 1800 mm x 1000 mm x 1000 mm (L x W x H)|
|Dimensions of the working space / cylindrical||max. 400 mm x 500 mm (Ø x H)|
|Working position||vertically movable|
|Atmosphere in the working space||ambient air or
with gas-tight components inert, oxidizing, vacuum
|Heater atmosphere||ambient air|
|Bottom loading elevator furnaces||up to 1150 °C with FeCrAl resistance heater|
|up to 1550 °C with SiC heater|
|up to 1725 °C with MoSi2 heater|
Bottom loading elevator furnaces are produced according to customers’ requirements. All HTM furnace models can be used for this furnace type. All variants have one thing in common: the stationary heating chamber. Dependent on the intended use, the sample is manually or mechanically raised from the bottom into the heating chamber with the help of loading devices, for example small sample holders or scissor lift tables for heavier loads with refractory on the top.
We can realize variants of overpressure (e.g. protective gas) or vacuum bottom loading elevator furnaces.
Chamber / Muffle furnace with FeCrAl resistance heater up to 1300 °C
This customized heating system, usually with cubic working space, is characterized by manifold possibilities of installing gas and vacuum accessories, inserting feed-throughs and borehole patterns into side walls, bottom and top as well as combining it with built-in tube or split tube furnaces (e.g. as heating cabinet).