September 19, 2016

Heavy Duty Tube Furnaces to a Global Supplier of Thermocouples

Lindberg/MPH announced the shipment of four (4) heavy duty tube furnaces to a leading manufacturer of thermocouples for use in a laboratory to heat treat parts inside tubes. The tube furnaces are easy to operate, utilize an energy efficient design, and provide rapid heat-up rates along with fast cooling and response time. They offer superior radial and linear temperature uniformity and require little or no maintenance.

The four (4) heavy duty tube furnaces have a maximum temperature rating of 1500°C and work chamber of 3” in diameter and 34” in length with removable side panels. Double-end silicon carbide heating elements are mounted above and below the furnace chamber for uniform heating. The chambers are constructed of high-temperature graded insulation. The insulating vestibules at the ends of the heated chambers keep the heat loss to a minimum ensuring even greater temperature uniformity. These tube furnaces provide easy element installation, electrical hook-up, and adjustment.

“These compact tube furnaces offer customers a number of benefits. With a design that is easy to operate while at the same time provides energy efficiency and premium performance, they are the ideal solution for many customers.” –Jason Dobberstein, Inside Sales Manager

Unique features of these heavy duty tube furnaces include:

  • Vacuum formed ceramic fiber modules with low heat storage for fast heat up rates

  • Cross chamber element positioning

  • Removable side panels

  • Long life, fast response type “R” thermocouples

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