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OVENS / FURNACES / KILNS
The drying and firing of ceramic samples in laboratories to either match the factory floor cycles as closely as possible or to create new firing patterns means that we have a very wide range of instruments available.
General drying ovens with maximum temperatures of 250 / 300°C, with chamber sizes from as small as 6 litres up to 1,250 litres in standard models mean that most bases are covered.
Our range of kilns, electrical and gas fired, combined with a range of research furnaces will reach temperatures up to 1,800°C, and the various options of programmers means the user can create complex firing curves as well as simply heat / soak procedures.