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Laboratory Furnaces

Many applications require vacuum heat treatment, for example vacuum soldering and brazing, vacuum annealing, sintering etc. In general, a laboratory vacuum furnace is suitable for heat treatment in a defined, mostly non-oxidising, atmosphere. Additionally, vacuum furnaces are suitable for atmospheres with defined oxygen concentration different from the air composition (e.g., 100% pure O2). For laboratory vacuum furnaces, the range of available gases is even higher, making them suitable for research and development applications.

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Laboratory furnace, metal insulation (LHTM/W)

The cylindrical usable space of the laboratory furnace is surrounded by the heating elements and insulation material. The heated chamber is integrated into the water cooled vessel. As a result of the small volume, the LHT is ideal for small samples and requires minimal operating space.

Laboratory furnace, graphite insulation (LHT GR)

The unique feature of the LHT high temperature laboratory furnace series is a compact design, making it the perfect tool for laboratories in research and development environments.


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