Precisely controlled atmosphere with highest possible purity
Sealed retort for highest vacuum possible
Fast heat up and cool down options upon request
Hydrogen partial pressure operation upon request
Certified safety management for flammable and toxic gases
Fully automatic operation or manual operation
Data recording for quality management
Options (specify these at time of order)
Vacuum System: pre-vacuum pump,roots pump,or turbomolecular pump
Different software and controller options like Eurotherm 3508,Siemens,iTools,over-temperature protection or remote control available
Reaction gas equipment for hydrogen concentrations larger than 4%
Chiller in case no water cooling is available on-site
View inside of the annealing furnace:
ceramic fiber insulation and heating elements
thin metallic sourrounding
The maximum temperature of the GLO annealing furnace is 1100℃. In this temperature range,heat is transmitted via a high amount of heat convection and conduction.
To ensure excellent temperature uniformity,the furnace is equipped with a gas circulation system by means of a ventillator located at the rear of the furnace,which ensures that the sample is surrounded by uniform inert gas at all times.
The sample specimen is placed on an engineered,horizontal charging rack with the incoming gases guided over the sample. Any gaseous by-products generated are immediately flushed out of the furnace.
A probe thermocouple is positioned at the rear of the furnace and in close proximity to the samples. The probe thermocouple serves as the control thermocouple for the two heating zones of the GLO,and simultaneously,monitors the temperature directly at the sample.
The heating elements are located outside of the retort. An over-temperature thermocouple is used for unattended operation. Further thermocouple probes can be integrated into the retort upon request.
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