Lindberg/MPH Ships Crucible Furnace to the Energy Industry

March 21, 2019 - "Press Releases"

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Lindberg/MPH announced the shipment of a 1200°C Crucible Furnace to a company in the energy industry. The crucible furnace may be used for a number of applications and processes, including annealing, ashing, carbon firing, ceramic firing, hardening, melting, metallizing, normalizing, sintering, solution treating, and stress relieving.

The maximum temperature rating of this crucible furnace is 1200°C with work chamber dimensions of 12” top opening ID x 18” chamber depth. Efficient heating element designs, high-temperature graded insulation, and advanced temperature controls combine to deliver dependable, long-life heat sources. The furnace is designed for ease of maintenance, convenience of operation, and exceptional performance.

“This crucible furnace is part of Lindberg/MPH’s light industrial furnace line. It is designed to deliver exceptional high-temperature performance with the flexibility to be used for a range of applications.” – Kelley Shreve, Applications Engineer

  • Unique features of this Lindberg/MPH crucible furnace include:
  • Unitized heating and insulation element with helical wire coil imbedded in Moldatherm® insulation
  • Cover plug with Moldatherm® insulation and handle for safe removal
  • Platinel® II thermocouple with 10’ compensated lead wire and polarized plug
  • Moldatherm® ceramic fiber hearthplate
  • Designed for use with a variety of crucibles including alumina, mullite, quartz and metallic
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