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CHAMBER FURNACESLABORATORY CHAMBER FURNACES UP TO 1300°C MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE.
1100°C Drop down door laboratory chamber furnaces (ELF)Maximum operating temperature of 1100°C, with a chamber capacity of 6 or 14 litres. Heat is provided by a powerful free radiating coiled wire elements on both sides of the chamber ensure good temperature uniformity, and construction is with rigidised low thermal mass insulation for rapid heating allowing the chamber to heat up to operating temperature in a quarter of the time of traditional "slab" designs,
The CWF range
has maximum operating temperatures of 1100°C, 1200°C or 1300°C, with chamber capacities of 5, 13 or 23 litres. Heat is provided by powerful free radiating coiled wire elements on both sides of the chamber ensure good thermal uniformity, which allows the furnace to heat up to operating temperature in half of the time of traditional "slab" designs.
Hard wearing refractory insulation inside chamber and around the entrance provides good resistance to abrasion and a hard ceramic hearth provides a robust base, and can be replaced in the event of spillage.
A vertical counter-balanced door keeps the hot door insulation away from operator, coupled with a positive break door safety switch which isolates the chamber from power supply, when the door is opened.
The RWF range
are very similar to the CWF range with maximum operating temperatures of 1100°C or 1200°C with chamber capacities of 5, 13 or 23 litres. They also incorporate extra powerful free radiating in the ceiling of the chamber ensuring good thermal uniformity . Ideal for light to medium duty applications requiring good thermal response , and providing rapid heat up times.