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CM Furnaces: Laboratory Furnace

March 14, 2001
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CM Furnaces, Inc. has introduced its new full line of rapid temperature box furnaces, available with operating options in nitrogen, argon, oxygen or hydrogen. Atmosphere control is assured through the superior construction of these furnaces, including a seam- welded inner shell and water-cooled door seal, plus the company's standard fiber insulation package for fast temperature ramping up to 1800C. O2 levels can be held as low as 100 ppm in inert and reducing atmospheres. These research furnaces are available in a range of chamber sizes from 6 x 6 x 6 in. to 16 x 16 x 16 in. Engineered for precision, dependability and ease-of-operation, they assure excellent temperature uniformity.

For additional information, call (973) 338-6500, fax (973) 338- 1625, e-mail or visit

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