7 Jun

Silicon Carbide Heating Elements for Industrial Furnaces

Silicon Carbide (SiC) is a ceramic material consisting of silicon and carbon. It has become a popular choice for heating elements as it has high electrical conductivity, is available in various shapes and sizes, and is designed to withstand extremely high temperatures.

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7 Jun

The Advantages of Using Tunnel Kilns

Tunnel kilns offer many advantages for the efficient firing of large quantities of products. Here we look at the difference between intermittent and tunnel kilns and why tunnel kilns are favored for high-throughput applications.

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25 May

Ultra-High Temperature Furnaces from Deltech

Tube furnaces, vacuum furnaces, box furnaces, and muffle furnaces are types of furnaces capable of reaching high operating temperatures. These high-temperature furnaces comprise heating elements on all sides of the chamber that ensure temperature uniformity for fusion and firing, sintering, melting, testing, and other processes.

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17 May

Why Choose a Non-Continuous Furnace?

Manufactured items frequently undergo heat treatment at some stage of the manufacturing process. A furnace is a high-temperature chamber capable of holding glass, metals, ceramics, and other materials so that heat may be applied to achieve desirable results.   Although all furnaces apply heat, there is a variety of furnace designs that fulfill a wide […]

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16 May

Why is Furnace Gas Detection Important?

Industrial furnaces are commonly used to heat materials during production. In these direct heating devices, heat is generated through the combustion of fuels or gases in the air or by converting electrical energy.   Industrial furnace designs vary according to the method of generating heat, mode of heat transfer, charging materials, function, and other elements. […]

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21 Feb

Why Choose a Custom Furnace?

Furnaces are instruments used for heating and processing materials and samples. Generally, they are built using materials that can withstand high temperatures with no adverse effects. Furnaces come in many different configurations to suit different applications. However, furnaces can also be fully customized to meet specific requirements. In this article, we will discuss some of […]

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15 Feb

5 Types of Laboratory Furnace

Laboratory furnaces offer continuous heating to samples and materials in a laboratory setting. They are usually built using high-temperature refractory materials so they can sustain high temperatures without breaking down. Laboratory furnaces are often set to function for extended periods, even up to months at a time to complete a processing cycle. This article will […]

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26 Jan

What is an Inert Atmosphere Furnace

Inert atmosphere furnaces are devices purpose-built for heat-treating applications that need inert atmosphere protection. This protection means that the work is not subject to oxidation. This article will explain in more detail what an inert atmosphere furnace is and how it is used.   What is an Inert Atmosphere   Inert means chemically inactive, so […]

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14 Jan

Continuous Furnace vs. Batch Furnace

The fundamentals of all furnaces are the same, they aim to heat their contents. Many processes and manufacturing areas require thermal procedures that need industrial furnaces. However, the way these furnaces work can vary greatly between different types of furnaces. Continuous and batch furnaces both have a place in the manufacturing process. This article will […]

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13 Dec

Laboratory Furnace for High Temperature Applications

Laboratory furnaces offer constant conditions for processing materials and samples. They are usually built from refractory materials to sustain high temperatures without breaking down. Laboratories are often set up to function for months at a time to finish processing. Key considerations for laboratory furnaces are general specifications, tube furnace features, control, and atmosphere. Laboratory furnaces […]

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