Laboratory Vacuum FURNACES


Laboratory Vacuum FURNACES

vacuum furnace is a type of furnace in which the product in the furnace is surrounded by a vacuum during processing. The absence of air or other gases prevents oxidation, heat loss from the product through convection, and removes a source of contamination. This enables the furnace to heat materials (typically metals and ceramics) to temperatures as high as 3,000 °C  with select materials. Maximum furnace temperatures and vacuum levels depend on melting points and vapor pressures of heated materials. Vacuum furnaces are used to carry out processes such as annealingbrazingsintering and heat treatment with high consistency and low contamination.

Drying under vacuum allows liquids to evaporate at temperatures below the regular boiling point. Benefits include:

  • Faster drying, since liquids evaporate at lower temperatures.
  • Dry thermic instable materials very gently, at low temperatures (great for pharma/food drying applications).
  • Reduce capillary forces and completely dry intermediate or finished products (great for electronics).
  • Dry under inert gas atmosphere, e.g. to avoid oxidation processes.

Vacuum furnaces-Heat materials, especially metals, to very high temperatures and perform processes such as soldering, filtration and heat treatment with high consistency and low pollution.


Temp : 1200- 3000 Deg C

Capacity : 12 to 50L

Power : 415V


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