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Carbolite: High-Temp Chamber Furnaces

June 5, 2003
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Carbolite is relaunching its range of high-temperature chamber furnaces following a reengineering exercise that has improved performance in many respects. The new HTF furnaces are bench-top models with maximum operating temperatures of 1700C and 1800C. The furnaces incorporate 6/12 molybdenum disilicide elements, which are more durable than the type previously used and also give better cycling performance and temperature uniformity in the chamber. The combination of element performance and low thermal mass insulation produces rapid heating. Despite the high chamber temperatures, an improved cooling system ensures the outer case is safe to touch.

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