Thanks for printing! Don't forget to come back to CEC for fresh articles! CEC has a long history of manufacturing hot car heat treatment furnaces, cold car furnaces and mobile furnaces for stationary loads. Our car and mobile furnaces are designed to meet our customer's loading and unloading methods and frequency. When large spools of wire, forgings or logs of aluminum are loaded by overhead cranes or manipulators then a mobile furnace may be preferred. This layout can reduce the total square feet of floor space required for the furnace system.
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GLASS TANK FURNACE - MIKHAIL IVANOVICH KOZMIN
All rights reserved. Login Sign up. Search Expert Search Quick Search. United States Patent A glass tank furnace comprises sidewalls and a bottom each having an underlying refractory brick base. Metal plates are mounted on and cover the refractory brick of the sidewalls, and in succession on the brick base of the bottom are a layer of foam-type refractory heat insulative material, a granular refractory material and metal plates. Click for automatic bibliography generation.
Vertical Bottom Loading Vacuum Furnaces
These models stand out for their excellent workmanship, advanced and attractive design, and high level of reliability. The muffle furnaces come equipped with either a flap door or lift door at no extra charge. Quality features like the dual shell furnace housing of rust-free stainless steel, their compact, lightweight constructions, or the heating elements encased in quartz glass tubes make these models reliable partners for your application. Heating elements on support tubes radiating freely into the furnace chamber provide for particularly short heating times for these muffle furnaces. These muffle furnaces thus represent an interesting alternative to the familiar L T..
The furnace is currently marketed by Glencore Technology. It is a sealed, flat-bottomed furnace mounted on a tilting frame that is used in the recovery of precious metals. A key feature is the use of a shrouded lance to inject oxygen through the bottom of the furnace, directly into the precious metals contained in the furnace, to oxidize base metals or other impurities as part of their removal as slag.