Construction: Monobloc type Oven. Interior in aluminium and exterior in galvanised plate.
Insulation: Rock wool insulation of all surfaces, including door.
Ventilation: Adjustable horizontal ventilation, and adjustable exhaust.
Heating: Battery of shielded electrical resistors.
Electricity: 3×400 VAC, 50 Hz.
Regulation: Swiss PID temperature controller, timer and hour counter.
Documentation: CE marking and operating instructions in English.
Options Available On Requests
Shop table, Selec Temperature Programmer, Timer, Protection of the heating elements, Extended warranty
Laboratory furnaces can be built to perform a wide range of applications, and their range of features can be broad.
Thermal insulation within laboratory furnaces improves efficiency as it reduces the rate of thermal transfer. These furnaces are typically made of steel, which helps to prevent any radiant heat from the oven exterior.
The size of the laboratory furnace is an important consideration. The volume of the furnace must be sufficient to suit the spatial needs of the samples being heated, and ideally, multiple samples should be accommodated. There are three main types of laboratory furnaces; benchtop, cabinet, and walk-in. Benchtop is the smallest furnace and walk-in are the largest.
There are three different technologies that can be used to regulate the temperature within the furnace, including a thermostat, which has a simple on/off switch that engages the heating element to maintain a set temperature.
|Model||Item code||Int. Vol. (L)||Int. Dim. (WxHxD) (mm)||Ext. Dim. (WxHxD) (mm)||Power (kW)||Weight (kg)|
|FM 1200-45||N16348||45||300 x 300 x 500||660 x 820 x 810||7.5||106|
|FM 1200-60||60||400 x 300 x 500||760 x 800 x 840||9.6||190|
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