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Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces
Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace Furnaces

Used Atmosphere Belt Furnace

SPECIFICATIONS:

The controls are mounted in a free standing double door enclosure. There is a Honeywell digital controller and high-limit for each of the 4 hi-heat zones along with 3 amp meters per zone. A Honeywell digital multipoint strip chart recorder is also mounted in the panel. Each zone is controlled by an SCR and multi-tap transformer that regulate the voltage to the heating elements. The belt speed and the blower on the vari-cool are each controlled by a digital speed controller. The atmosphere control panel has various Nitrogen and Hydrogen flow-meters to control the atmosphere to the various furnace sections.


This furnace has a 7 ft. long load table, a12 ft. long preheat section that is unheated, a 16 ft. long hiheat section, 4 ft. transition section, 11 ft. vari-cool section, followed by two 10 ft. long water cooled sections and a 7 ft. long unload table. The heated section is fiber lined and has silicon carbide heating elements over and under the ceramic muffle. There are 4 independently controlled zones, zones 1 & 2 are 65 KW and zones 3 & 4 are 85 KW each. The furnace belt is a heavy gauge alloy

wire mesh and the speed is variable up to 8 IPM. There is a spare set of new elements and a new vari-cool furnace section.


SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO BUYER INSPECTION

 

DISCLAIMER: The information and specifications listed on this page are believed to be accurate. Photographic representations are for illustrative purposes only, and may not be of the actual machine. International Machine is not responsible for any typographical or other errors that may exist.

 


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