More than 80 years of Heating Engineering
Carbolite Gero’s comprehensive range of laboratory and industrial chamber/muffle furnaces are manufactured to exact standards to ensure customer satisfaction and durability. Whether you need to front, top or bottom load depends on your application, but Carbolite Gero will advise the most appropriate solution within any budget constraints you may have.
Our focus on quality and reliability has been vital for over 80 years. After two or three decades of constant use, it has ensured company growth and worldwide recognition, with many organizations still using Carbolite Gero chamber/muffle furnaces in their laboratories and factories.
Carbolite Gero’s comprehensive Ashing Furnace range provides the optimum conditions needed to ensure complete combustion of the sample, and an advanced model in this AAF Ashing range, along with one model in the general-purpose laboratory chamber furnaces range, comes equipped with integral balances for thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) and loss on ignition (LOI) applications.
CHAMBER FURNACES - FAQ
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CHAMBER FURNACE, BOX FURNACE AND MUFFLE FURNACE?
The terms, chamber furnace, box furnace and muffle furnace, are interchangeable and can all be used to describe the same furnace, typically with a cubic or box shaped chamber. Traditionally a muffle furnace is a rectangular ceramic tube with a wire heating element wound around the outside wrapped in thermal insulation. Muffle furnaces of this construction are typically deep compared to their height and width.
WHAT SHOULD I CONSIDER WHEN PURCHASING A CHAMBER FURNACE?
When buying a chamber furnace, you should consider the required volume, the maximum temperature, and the temperature uniformity required. It is important to consider the application; for example, if the main purpose is the ashing of samples, it would be beneficial to consider purchasing a chamber furnace with design features specific for that application. rectangular ceramic tube with a wire heating element wound around the outside wrapped in thermal insulation. Muffle furnaces of this construction are typically deep compared to their height and width.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A LABORATORY AND INDUSTRIAL CHAMBER FURNACE?
In principle, the difference between a laboratory chamber furnace and an industrial chamber furnace is the size. Industrial furnaces tend to process larger batches of material, whereas laboratory furnaces are typically used to process smaller samples. Industrial chamber furnaces have a more robust construction in order to withstand the demands of production facilities.
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