High Temperature Chamber furnace operating temperature - 1400 Deg C


A high temperature box type furnace is a type of industrial furnace used for high-temperature applications such as heat treating, sintering, and annealing. It is typically designed as a rectangular box with heating elements on the sides or top and bottom, and an insulated chamber for holding the sample or material to be heated.


These furnaces can reach temperatures of up to several thousand degrees Celsius, depending on the application, and may use various heating methods such as electric resistance heating, gas combustion, or induction heating. The heating elements are typically made of high-temperature resistant materials such as silicon carbide or molybdenum disilicide.

High temperature box type furnaces are commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and materials science for the processing of metals, ceramics, and other high-temperature materials. They are available in various sizes and configurations to suit different applications and production volumes.

Safety precautions should be taken when using a high temperature box type furnace, as the high temperatures involved can pose a risk to both the operator and the environment. Proper training, protective equipment, and ventilation should be used to ensure safe operation.

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