Laboratory furnace for your application-oriented material development

Our laboratory furnaces include vacuum and inert gas furnaces as well as tube furnaces at process temperatures up to
2800 °C. Laboratory furnaces are characterised by a high degree of versatility to ensure maximum flexibility for your material development.

Areas of application

  • Tempering of glass, ceramics and composites
  • Debinding and sintering of ceramics
  • Sintering of metals
  • Investigation of materials in the high temperature range

Technical properties

Exemplary plant data (picture)

  • Dimensions: (W x H x D) 2000 x 1800 x 1000 mm³
  • Heated usable space (Ø, H): 200 mm, 250 mm
  • Connected load: 100 kW
  • Maximum temperature: 2200 °C
  • Atmosphere: High vacuum

Measurement, control & regulation technology

  • Siemens PLC S7-1200 with industrial PC & screen
  • Temperature measurement by thermocouple or pyrometer
  • Control according to product temperature, power setting
  • Temperature ramps and automation of heating processes in recipes
  • Pressure control and monitoring
  • Documentation of process data for quality assurance

Structure/ Layout

  • Frame made of powder-coated steel or stainless steel
  • Wall construction:
       → Heating element
           → Radiant shields
               → Stainless steel pressure vessel (double-walled, water-cooled)
  • Heating elements made of metal or graphite
  • MSR technology integrated in the rack
  • Vacuum pump integrated in the rack

Optional features and equipment variants

  • Pressure monitoring for quality assurance
  • Non-contact temperature measurement
  • Atmosphere:
    • Vacuum
    • Reducing atmospheres
    • Protective gas/inert gas
  • Heating capacity or maximum temperature
  • Useful space dimension
  • Various opening mechanisms

Ingolf Jaeger

Head of Sales
Dipl.-Eng. for mechanical engineering

Phone: +49 (0) 3731 1683-15

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