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Product News: Materials & Material Processing
Laboratory Furnace can be used in wide range of applications.
Press Release Summary:
Jun 17, 2009 - Multipurpose LF series is suited for high temperature vacuum or inert gas treatment of metals and ceramics, reactive studies and small scale sintering studies. It has operating temperature of up to 2,000Â°C in vacuum or in inert gas and offers all metal hot zone of 3 in. dia by 5 in. high with ultra clean tungsten mesh heating elements and tungsten/molybdenum heat shields. Operating pressure ranges from 2 psig to vacuum of 10-3 or 10-6 Torr depending on vacuum system selected.
Original Press Release
Centorr Vacuum Industries Launches New LF Series Laboratory Furnaces
Press release date: Jun 15, 2009
The LF furnaces have an operating temperature of up to 2,000°C (3,632°F) in vacuum or in inert gas. Hot zone size is 3" (76.2mm) diameter by 5" (127mm) high with ultra clean tungsten mesh heating elements and tungsten/molybdenum heat shields. These furnaces deliver an operating pressure range from a positive pressure of 2 PSIG (.14 KG/SQ.CM) to a vacuum of 10-3 Torr or 10-6 Torr depending on the vacuum system selected. The standard roughing pump model delivers an ultimate vacuum of 10-3 Torr and the diffusion pump and turbo molecular pump models deliver an ultimate vacuum of 10-6 Torr.
The LF furnaces feature a high purity environment of an all metal hot zone. This series was engineered to guarantee the highest quality at an affordable price. The LF series delivers Centorr Vacuum Industries' traditional robust and reliable design combined with rugged construction for long life. Additionally, the LF series offers a rapid heat up and cool down, ease of operation and are simple to install.
Centorr Vacuum Industries is a high temperature vacuum / controlled atmosphere furnace manufacturer with an installed base of over 6,000 units worldwide. Their furnace offering ranges from large commercial and production units to smaller Lab and R&D furnaces for use at temperatures over 3,000 °C. They are located in Nashua, NH with a fully staffed Aftermarket Field Service group and Applied Technology Center, offering R&D support and toll production service.
For more information visit Centorr Vacuum Industries' website www.centorr.com or contact Paul F. Lennon at 603-595-7233 extension 262 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.