March 30, 2017

Lindberg/MPH Ships Tube Furnace to Prominent Laboratory Equipment Distributer

Lindberg/MPH announced the shipment of a 1200°C Tube Furnace for a laboratory application.

The “Mini-Mite” furnace has a wide temperature range of 500°C to 1200°C. The chamber dimensions are 1” Wide and 12” Long. The furnace includes a mild steel hinged shell design to allow for ease of use. Vacuum formed ceramic fiber insulation with embedded heating elements, are used for quick heat up and low heat storage. This unit is available in either 120V or 240V rated at 960 watts. The small footprint makes this unit ideal for bench top use. It can also be mounted horizontally or vertically.

Unique features of this Lindberg/MPH oven include:

  • 1200°C Split Hinge Design Tube Furnace without base

  • 1” diameter. 12” long heated chamber

  • Vacuum formed ceramic fiber insulation

  • Single zone helically coiled Fe Cr Al alloy-heating elements are retained by refractory shapes

  • Estimated shipping weight is 25 lbs.

  • The furnace does not include an integral control system

 

This tube furnace was completely factory assembled, pre-wired, piped and tested prior to shipment. 

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