21 Jun

3 Types of Benchtop Furnace

Deltech supplies 3 different types of benchtop furnace, all of which are simple to use and maintain and have features which can be used for various kinds of thermal processing. This can be for both research and product manufacturing purposes. The versatility of a benchtop furnace means that the same furnace can be used despite […]

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28 May

When to Use a Tunnel Kiln

A tunnel kiln is a continuous moving ware kiln, in which the products to be heated are passed through in cars through a long tunnel. Heating of the products takes place at the central area of the tunnel. Tunnel kilns provide the best levels of fuel efficiency and cost-effective operation in instances where mass production […]

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24 May

What is an Oscillating Motion Furnace?

Oscillating motion furnaces allow for agitation of melts before crystal growth. The design of oscillating motion furnaces means that furnace inclination can be adjusted regularly in addition to the variation of oscillation frequency and amplitude and the rotation of the furnace to a vertical position. What are Oscillating Motion Furnaces Used For? At Deltech, we […]

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3 May

The Benefits of Silicon Carbide Heating Elements

Silicon carbide is an exceptionally hard crystalline compound of silicon and carbon which is synthetically produced. It has historically been used for sandpapers and cutting tools, however, in recent years its use has expanded and it is now frequently being used for heating elements in industrial furnaces as well as in parts for pumps, rocket […]

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13 Apr

When to Use a Horizontal Tube Furnace?

One of the easiest ways to categorise thermal processing equipment is by configuration. It is not uncommon to classify furnaces by application (i.e., pharmaceutical ovens), or even by specific certifications (i.e., ISO 6245-accredited), but using the general shape and orientation of the heating chamber is the preferred naming convention. This is for simplicity’s sake, as […]

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7 Apr

Understanding the Basics of Creep Test Furnaces

Creep tests are carried out on alloy samples to ascertain their physical properties at standard operating temperatures. Simply put, a sample is heated to a stable temperature (dependent on the material) above 300°C. In order to exert a longitudinal force on the alloy’s grain structure, a stress is then applied to the sample. The sample […]

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