Lab Furnace Production Applications
Lab Furnace Production Applications Many scientific and product laboratories use high-temperature furnaces. The types of labs using laboratory furnaces range from research and development labs to dental labs, university labs and quality control labs.
High temperature muffle furnace
Muffle Furnace is box type heat treatment equipment used to change physical properties of samples at very high temperature; for example 1100°C, 1200°C, 1300°C, 1600°C and 1700°C. These laboratory furnaces are widely used in scientific experiments in physics lab, rice laboratories, steel and paint industries, biotech companies and small industrial production etc. Their major applications include general laboratory testing, annealing, ash determination, coal analysis, leaves carbonization and lime calcination etc.
Tube furnaces are mainly used in metallurgy, glass, heat treatment, lithium battery positive and negative materials, new energy, LED luminescent materials, abrasive tools and other industries to measure materials under certain atmosphere conditions.Heat treatment process of gear vacuum carburizing and quenching The tube furnace is protected by hydrogen filling after vacuuming, and uses the principle of medium frequency induction heating to generate high temperature in the tungsten crucible in the coil tube, and conducts it through thermal radiation.
Muffle furnaces are suitable for a wide variety of high-temperature applications and play a crucial role for scientists who need to determine how much non-combustible and non-volatile content is present in a sample. This equipment is also used to identify the chemical properties of a material at high temperatures, such as ceramics, enamel coatings, glass and others.
what is an Inert Atmosphere furnace？
Inert atmosphere furnaces are devices purpose-built for heat-treating applications that need inert atmosphere protection. This protection means that the work is not subject to oxidation. This article will explain in more detail what an inert atmosphere furnace is and how it is used.
he atmosphere in industrial furnaces can either encourage or prevent chemical reactions. When the industrial furnace atmosphere acts as a carrier, it reacts with the surface of the metal being treated to create an environment that supports the processes like hardening.