The high-temperature furnaces HT 04/16 - HT 450/18 have proven reliability over many years in laboratory and production. Whether for quartz glass or glass ceramics, for sintering CIM components or for other processes up to a maximum temperature of 1800 °C, these furnaces afford the optimal solution for the sintering process.
High-temperature furnaces can either be insulated with fiber material or lightweight refractory bricks. Furnaces with fiber insulation achieve significantly shorter heating up times because of the low thermal mass. An insulation made of lightweight refractory bricks (see HFL models on page 32), on the other hand, has the advantage of better chemical stability.
These furnaces can also be tailored to specific processes by means of a wide range of additional equipment. The addition of a debinding package, for example, allows the use of these models as combi furnace for debinding and sintering in one process. Thermal or catalytic exhaust cleaning equipment rounds-off the system.