Designed as tabletop models, these compact high-temperature furnaces have a variety of advantages. The first-class workmanship using high-quality materials, combined with ease of operation, make these furnaces all-rounders in research and the laboratory. These furnaces are also perfectly suited for the sintering of technical ceramics, such as zirconium oxide dental bridges.
Tmax 1600 °C, 1750 °C, or 1800 °C
High-quality molybdenum disilicide heating elements
Furnace chamber lined with first-class, durable fibre material
Casing made of sheets of textured stainless steel (non-rusting design)
Double-walled casing with additional cooling using fans, for low exterior temperature
Furnace sizes of , 4, or 8 liters
With lift door, whereby the hot side is away from the operator
Exhaust air opening in the roof
Type B thermocouple
Switching system with phase-angle firing thyristors (SCRs)
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