On 2018-08-08 14:48:54
difference between box resistance furnace and muffle furnace?
Guide: what's the difference between box resistance oven and muffle oven? The structure of box resistance oven is similar to electric oven, but its volume is larger, less than 1200 degrees. Because it can put a lot of heaters, mainly used for heat treatment and other production, temperature test of large parts and other products.
The structure of the box type resistance oven is similar to the electric oven, but its volume is larger, less than 1200 degrees. Because it can put a lot of heaters, mainly used for heat treatment and other production, temperature test of large parts and other products. Muffle furnaces are usually in the shape of barrels. Most of them are made of high temperature materials and heating devices. The maximum temperature can be over 2000 ℃. They are mainly used for experimental research or heat treatment of materials at high temperature.
What is a muffle furnace?
Muffle furnace is translated from English. Muffle furnace refers to packaging, furnace refers to furnace, smelting furnace. Muffle furnace is usually called in China: electric furnace, resistance furnace, Mao furnace and muffle furnace. Muffle furnace is a general heating equipment. According to the appearance, it can be divided into box furnace, tube furnace and crucible furnace.
What is a box type resistance furnace?
Box type resistance furnace is a common type of electric furnace, which can be divided into vertical type, horizontal type, split type and integrated type. The temperature part is divided into the following 1200 degrees, 1400 degrees, 1600 degrees, 1700 degrees, 1800 degrees, etc. Resistance wire, silicon carbide rod and silicon molybdenum rod are used as heating elements respectively.
According to the needs, the box furnace can be heated in the air, and there are also ventilation atmosphere and sealed vacuum extraction furnace, with various forms. Widely used in ceramics, metallurgy, electronics, glass, chemical industry, machinery, refractories, new material development, special materials, building materials and other production and experimental fields.