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  • Hot Pressing Furnace, 10 Ton Hot Press, Bench Top Hot Press

    Hot press furnace systems are often used with ceramic/metal matrix and intermetallic composite applications such as: Diffusion Bonding Studies; Hot compacting of Oxides, Nitrides, Borides, Carbides, and Sulfides and Mixtures thereof to near theoretical densities; Sintering. Our Oxy-Gon Hot Press Furnace is designed to

  • Vacuum Hot Pressing Sintering Furnace,Vacuum Spark Plasma

    vacuum hot pressing sintering furnace, vacuum spark plasma sintering furnace. It is mainly used in hot-pressing sintering processing of carbide, ceramics, powder metallurgy, etc. under the condition of high temperature and high vacuum, it can also be used in hot compacting sintering with a gas protection case. It use the

  • Tungsten Carbide Sintering Furnace - Alibaba

    Alibaba offers 122 tungsten carbide sintering furnace products. About 100% of these are industrial furnace. A wide variety of tungsten carbide sintering furnace options are available to you, such as resistance furnace, induction furnace.

  • vacuum sintering furnace | SIMUWU

    Our vacuum sintering furnace,sintering is the process of compacting and forming a solid mass of material by heat and/or pressure without melting it to the point.

  • Sinter HIP furnaces - AVS(Advanced Vacuum System)

    AVS Sinter HIPs have been tailored to meet the specific requirements of tungsten carbide sintering furnaces, combining unique capabilities for paraffin or binder removal, pre-sintering and hot isostatic press densification into a single piece of equipment for production of tungsten carbide hard metal products. Today these

  • Hot Pressing Furnace 15 Ton - Materials Research Furnaces, Inc.

    Our 15 Ton Hot pressing Furnace can be fitted with a ceramic, graphite or metallic hot zone for operation up to 2300°C, or 2600°C in batch configuration. system; Travel 4” (101 mm) with 0.001” (0.02 mm) control increments; Press Control with 0.02% accuracy; Metal bellows create a vacuum seal on mobile press rods.

  • Vacuum Furnaces - Materials Research Furnaces, Inc.

    Our vacuum furnaces have an operating range from room temperature to a maximum temperature of 3000 °C (5432°F) for our tungsten hot zones and 2200 °C (3992°F) for our graphite hot zones in a rough vacuum level (10-2 Common vacuum furnace applications include annealing, brazing, sintering and heat treatment.

  • Bottom Loading Sintering Furnace - Materials Research Furnaces, Inc.

    Bottom Loading Sintering Furnace for batch processing, includes a cooling and controlled oxidation chamber, load lift and hot zone capable of 2100C. The hot zone is capable of temperatures up to 2100°C with Tantalum or Tungsten hot zones. A high throughput 10″ or 16″ diffusion pumping system handles load

  • Index of Production Furnaces | Centorr Vacuum Industries

    Standard vacuum furnaces are available for high temperature sintering, hot pressing for powder compaction or diffusion bonding, vacuum heat treating, precision vacuum brazing, and thermal heat treatment. These designs are augmented by specialized, custom-designed vacuum furnaces for chemical vapor deposition,

  • High Vacuum Furnace - Col-Int Tech

    Products 1 - 6 of 6 High Vacuum Furnace. CIT-HVCF##(Heating power in kilowatts)-W/G/M/T####(Maximum temperature) Heating Elements: W/G/M/T---Tungsten/Graphite/Molybdenum/Tantalum Heating power can be customized. Maximum temperature 1800-2400℃ Customized electric power supply, selectable voltage,

  • Hot Pressing Furnace, 10 Ton Hot Press, Bench Top Hot Press

    Hot press furnace systems are often used with ceramic/metal matrix and intermetallic composite applications such as: Diffusion Bonding Studies; Hot compacting of Oxides, Nitrides, Borides, Carbides, and Sulfides and Mixtures thereof to near theoretical densities; Sintering. Our Oxy-Gon Hot Press Furnace is designed to

  • Vacuum Hot Pressing Sintering Furnace,Vacuum Spark Plasma

    vacuum hot pressing sintering furnace, vacuum spark plasma sintering furnace. It is mainly used in hot-pressing sintering processing of carbide, ceramics, powder metallurgy, etc. under the condition of high temperature and high vacuum, it can also be used in hot compacting sintering with a gas protection case. It use the

  • Tungsten Carbide Sintering Furnace - Alibaba

    Alibaba offers 122 tungsten carbide sintering furnace products. About 100% of these are industrial furnace. A wide variety of tungsten carbide sintering furnace options are available to you, such as resistance furnace, induction furnace.

  • vacuum sintering furnace | SIMUWU

    Our vacuum sintering furnace,sintering is the process of compacting and forming a solid mass of material by heat and/or pressure without melting it to the point.

  • Sinter HIP furnaces - AVS(Advanced Vacuum System)

    AVS Sinter HIPs have been tailored to meet the specific requirements of tungsten carbide sintering furnaces, combining unique capabilities for paraffin or binder removal, pre-sintering and hot isostatic press densification into a single piece of equipment for production of tungsten carbide hard metal products. Today these

  • Hot Pressing Furnace 15 Ton - Materials Research Furnaces, Inc.

    Our 15 Ton Hot pressing Furnace can be fitted with a ceramic, graphite or metallic hot zone for operation up to 2300°C, or 2600°C in batch configuration. system; Travel 4” (101 mm) with 0.001” (0.02 mm) control increments; Press Control with 0.02% accuracy; Metal bellows create a vacuum seal on mobile press rods.

  • Vacuum Furnaces - Materials Research Furnaces, Inc.

    Our vacuum furnaces have an operating range from room temperature to a maximum temperature of 3000 °C (5432°F) for our tungsten hot zones and 2200 °C (3992°F) for our graphite hot zones in a rough vacuum level (10-2 Common vacuum furnace applications include annealing, brazing, sintering and heat treatment.

  • Bottom Loading Sintering Furnace - Materials Research Furnaces, Inc.

    Bottom Loading Sintering Furnace for batch processing, includes a cooling and controlled oxidation chamber, load lift and hot zone capable of 2100C. The hot zone is capable of temperatures up to 2100°C with Tantalum or Tungsten hot zones. A high throughput 10″ or 16″ diffusion pumping system handles load

  • Index of Production Furnaces | Centorr Vacuum Industries

    Standard vacuum furnaces are available for high temperature sintering, hot pressing for powder compaction or diffusion bonding, vacuum heat treating, precision vacuum brazing, and thermal heat treatment. These designs are augmented by specialized, custom-designed vacuum furnaces for chemical vapor deposition,

  • High Vacuum Furnace - Col-Int Tech

    Products 1 - 6 of 6 High Vacuum Furnace. CIT-HVCF##(Heating power in kilowatts)-W/G/M/T####(Maximum temperature) Heating Elements: W/G/M/T---Tungsten/Graphite/Molybdenum/Tantalum Heating power can be customized. Maximum temperature 1800-2400℃ Customized electric power supply, selectable voltage,

  • Tungsten and Molybdenum Hot Zones | Elmet Technologies

    Elmet is a leading global supplier of Molybdenum and Tungsten Hot Zone products to the high-temperature furnace industry. Applications: Sintering Furnace; Vacuum Furnace; Walking Beam Furnace; Continuous Furnace; Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP); Crystal Growth

  • Hot zones | Plansee

    Our recommendation: Your new furnace installation should be fitted with a Plansee hot zone right from the start. Hot zones made from molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum, niobium and their alloys; Full metal or hybrid hot zones with graphite or ceramic fiber insulation; From very small (a few cm3) through to very large (several

  • Tungsten Heavy Alloy and Tungsten Carbide by Federal Carbide

    The new furnace, manufactured by Advanced Vacuum Systems (Ayers, MA), is equipped with an advanced binder removal system and will accommodate loads of 700 kilograms per cycle. The furnace is capable of presintering in hydrogen or vacuum and sintering in vacuum or under isostatic pressure. The hot isostatic

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