CHAMBER FURNACE, BOTTOM LOADER, PCW-INSULATION, HIGH TEMPERATURE, GASTIGHT, TMAX 2400 °C, 2-1000 L
annealing, bright annealing, graphitization/carbonisation, heat treatment, melting, reduction, remelting, sinteringThe most important characteristics
Resistance heated by MoSi2, molybdenum, tungsten or graphite heater
Chamber furnace in bottom loader design
Max. operating temperatures up to 2400 °C
Insulation of a combination of high-quality PCW-materials, graphite felt or refractory bricks (bubble alumina)
Extremely short heating up and cooling down times
High energy efficiency
Wide range of options for customer-specific adaption
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Linn High Therm is specialized in adapting its products to customer’s requirements. Please let us know if you need any modifications apart from our standard offer. We will do everything to satisfy your wishes.
Different temperature controllers
Gassing unit for save operation when using flammable and explosive gases, burning-off device with flame supervision for save operation when using flammable and explosive gases
Safety package for safe operation
Gas warning system for safe operation when using flammable and explosive gases
Insulation for hydrogen operation, energy saving when using gases with high heat conductivity
Viewing glass for visual process control or additional pyrometer measuring
Condensate trap for “dirty” processes such as debinding, pyrolysis
Process guiding software for full control and documentation via PC
Multi-zone-heating for best temperature accuracy
Gas recooling for fast cycles
Bursting disc as safety component
Quick lock furnace door bottom
Design according to ATEX guide lines
The protective gas and vacuum tight, from all sides reinforced inner housing is cooled by a fan to avoid outer wall temperatures of the housing of 180 °C, also during continuous operation.
The corresponding designed outer housing remains cool (max. 40 °C above room temperature).
The furnace bottom with a special sealing can be automatically moved up and down with a mechanism and is guided via a strand guide section.
The protective gas respectively vacuum tight bottom door is designed as explosion door (pressure limit appr. 10 – 20 mbar) and intended with turn-locks with adjustable spring pressure resistors.
On the rear side of the furnace there are connection flanges for inlet and outlet of protective gas, vacuum and the thermocouple.
Door flange, connections for thermocouple and heating elements as well as gas outlet are water cooled.
The inner housing is lined with high-quality insulation materials (graphite or high temperature bricks as well as PCW plates). Lightweight, low energy consumption materials enable extremely short heating up and cooling down times (brick insulation excluded).
The furnace is heated on four sides by replaceable MoSi2, Mo, W or graphite heating elements, which are operated by a 3-phase thyristor unit with phase-angle and a transformer. The heating element connections are led out on the furnace rear wall.
Lateral, appr. In the middle of the furnace (seen from the rear wall), there is a PtRh-Pt double thermocouple type S (type B/C) (accuracy: class 2 according to DIN IEC part 2), which measures the temperature. A thermoelement pair leads to the temperature controller, the other one to the safety controller. A pyrometer measuring is (optionally) carried out laterally or from the cover.
Switch and control unit
1 pc. Lockable safety controller for additional protection of heating and insulation
1 pc. 3-phase thyristor unit for phase-angle and current limitation
1 pc. pre-transformer
1 pc. Working hours counter
3 pcs. power indicator