SH Scientific’s economic muffle furnace goes up to max 1050 degrees Celsius (℃) and the ideal operating temperature is 850 degrees Celsius (℃).
If your testing is carried out under this temperature in any case, do not overpay for standard design. This economic muffle furnace is designed for your budget-saving.
SH Scientific muffle furnace takes less than 40min to reach 800℃ and we provide a variety of sizes, temperature programmable control models and various temperature range.
SH Scientific muffle furnaces are ideal for wide range of application including ashing, calcination, reduction, oxidation, dissociation, sintering, pyrolysis, reaction, hardening and tempering, melting, thermocouple calibration, annealing, stress relieving and etc.
HERE ARE OUR PROUD SUPPLY REFERENCE OF SH SCIENTIFIC FURNACE FOR CUSTOMERS AND INDUSTRIES.
a. Destructive testing laboratories who carry heat treatment of ceramic, alloy, titanium and etc for aerospace and metallic production industries.
b. Building companies who transforms metallic power such as nickel alloy into sintered materials by sintering.
c. Material technology providers who develop polymer composites and graphene materials.
d. Aerospace companies who perform cyclic oxidation test between 1700C to room temperature in atmosphere-controlled environment.
e. Medical and healthcare companies who need analysis of ashes and contents through combustion of materials.
f. Material innovation companies who do sintering in vacuum or in inert gases.
g. Subsea and surface injection system companies who need vacuum furnace for softening cycles, annealing and age hardening of Inconel 718 tubes.
h. Analytical research labs who perform various material testing with thermal treatment.
i. Medical implants manufacturers who anneal alloy powders.
j. Material scientists in universities who do sintering materials such as polymer-derived ceramic parts.
k. Applied science engineers who process solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC).
l. Environmental and chemical researchers who need combustion of materials.
m. Regulatory compliance service providers in the areas of hazardous waste thermal treatment, air permitting, air pollution control, contaminated soil remediation, and hazardous waste management.
n. Metallic parts manufacturers who need vacuum brazing and heat treating for steel.
o. Water treatment companies who test glass content in FRP (fiber reinforced polymer) products according to ASTM D2584.
p. Semiconductor manufacturers who anneal Gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductor wafer.
q. Engineering companies who do curing and sintering solutions in porous ceramic tubes.
r. Civil engineers who need soil combustion.
s. University labs who anneal Si wafer in vacuum condition.
t. Chemistry research departments who do the thermal treatments (stabilization in air and carbonization in argon) of carbon nanofiber precursors.
u. Marine equipment manufacturers who analyze ash content in marine HFO (Heavy Fuel Oil).
v. Graphene solution companies who produce graphene-based materials by CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) method. CVD furnace
w. Solid state battery manufacturer with polymer electrolyte, oxide electrolyte, sulfide electrolyte, phosphate electrolyte and etc.